Companies, Markets & Sustainability

PoV on Companies, Economy, Environment, Circularity and Sustainability

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Aristotle, Agility and Sustainability

In all things which have a plurality of parts, and which are not a total aggregate but a whole of some sort distinct from the parts, there is some cause.  Aristotle, Metaphysics 8.6 [1045a] A short history of profit in western culture The concept of profit has been part of western culture, in different forms,  since the origins

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RFM Segments

RFM Segmentation of your customer base

Segmenting an existing customer base can serve many purposes: personalize marketing programs, campaigns and communication, predict movement between segments, better customer value predictions. How can you segment your existing customer base? Here I show you how I segmented a real three-years e-commerce customer base using Recency, Frequency and Monetary Value. I went through the following

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Telco Ebidta Capex

State of the Telco Industry, Italy

The Italian Telecommunication Industry is under pressure, with decreasing margins and increased competition with new players in 2018 (Iliad) pushing for a price war . 6.5 Bln Euro in 5G licence investments are driving the delta EBIDTA-CAPEX below zero for the first time ever. Operators need to improve their core operations while contextually find new

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DESI – Digital Economy and Society Index

DESI-Digital Economy and Society Index  is a composite index created and managed by the European Commission showing how digitalized each European country is, ranked along five indicators: Connectivity Human Capital Use of Internet Services Integration of Digital Technology Digital Public Services I created a Visualization to show how each country is ranked, which are the

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Gini Index

Gini Index. Inequalities in Italy and Europe

How do we measure inequalities? The GINI index, created by the Italian sociologist Corrado Gini, can be used to measure how the distribution of wealth and income deviates from an ideal distribution of total equality. The index is calculated as A / (A + B) and returns a value between zero (total equality) and one

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