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The Rémy Martin app

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21-2-2014 | John Grundy (@_IOHN)

A classic brand like Rémy Martin fits so well in one of the world’s most classic locations, Paris. So it’s only fair that some of the latest design concepts are accompanied by one of the latest innovations in marketing and communication technology, iBeacons.
Recently we partnered with French Cognac brand, Rémy Martin, to release a new app as part of their pop-up exhibition Futur Héritage by Rémy Martin as part of Paris Design Week. Read More


The Russian Art world

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First it was Europe, then the UK, and now we’ve got our eyes set on Russia.

After seeing huge potential in the Russian market, we’ve sought the expertise of two local Art History majors. Since September our two Russian representatives, Kristina and Anna, have been busy introducing our mApp product to the market they know best. Read More


Tulip theme park tells its story with Estimote Beacons

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6-4-2013 | Estimote

It’s not only retail, museums and conferences, that started adapting Estimote Beacons. You’ve probably heard that tulips are one of the symbols of the Netherlands. But did you know that those colorful beauties are so popular there, that they even have a theme park dedicated to them? Tulpenland, as it’s called, is also really big on innovation.  Read More


European exclusive: First theme park iBeacon app in the Netherlands

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23-1-2014 | John Grundy (@_IOHN)

Theme park Fluwel’s Tulpenland has announced the creation of an app which will use iBeacon technology. Users of the app will receive extra information on their mobile device based on their location within the park. This is the first time this technology will be used in a European theme park. The technology is being developed by Dutch agency LabWerk. Read More


How iBeacons could change the world forever

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7-1-2014 | Washington Post| Matt MCFarland

Apps such as Google Maps and FourSquare have long used location data to try to improve the average person’s mobile experience. But that could be just the tip of the location iceberg as Bluetooth’s latest technology revolutionizes how people interact with everyday objects and places.
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