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April 29th, 2010

“Technology is reshaping the world around us.  How we live and how we work is changing rapidly.”
-Rogers CEO Nadir Mohamed

Rogers has decided to publish a video they put together shareholder meeting that was held earlier this week.  Although the video is not related directly to the mobile industry it does have many interesting facts on how technology is changing out day to day lives.

“We will define our future around connected experiences. Increasingly customers are buying based on brand, not product. They’re buying into companies that will offer seamless delivery of customer-driven experiences in a connected world.”

It will be interesting to see what Rogers does to make them the destination Canadians go to in this connected world.

Via: RedBoard (warning-corporate propaganda)


Entry Filed under: Canadian Wireless Industry,Rogers Wireless

3 Comments Add your own

    Jim  |  May 2nd, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    Um, how is it possible that the user base on FB will out grow the world’s population? Aren’t users on FB people of the world?

    live_strong  |  May 2nd, 2010 at 6:47 pm

    are Facebook profiles deleted when someone dies?

    Jeremy Wright  |  May 7th, 2010 at 10:08 am

    Given I wrote that line, I figure I might as well provide context!

    First and foremost it’s a touch tongue in cheek, since clearly Facebook’s growth rate can’t continue forever at its current pace. By definition it has to slow down.

    However, it wouldn’t be that crazy for there to be more Facebook accounts than humans at some point, due to:

    a) fake accounts
    b) corporate accounts
    c) users having multiple accounts
    d) accounts that are live where the owner isn’t

    Hope that helps shed some light on why it was worded the way it was worded!

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