Posted on July 7, 2021July 3, 2021Categories Blogs, Waitress

Becoming an effective Gold Coast topless waitress

You know, being a topless waitress Gold Coast has isn’t the only thing you can do; you can also be a topless waitress Gold Coast features. Being a competent bartender entails developing your table service abilities, developing client connections, and proving that you’re a dependable and trustworthy employee. Your job requires a mix of technical expertise, such as learning how to correctly serve beverages, and salesmanship, such as knowing your clients, particularly your regulars. Furthermore, being a competent bartender will … Continue reading “Becoming an effective Gold Coast topless waitress”

Posted on July 3, 2021July 3, 2021Categories Blogs

McDonald’s and IoT

McDonald’s doesn’t always get the best reputation, but when it comes to innovation in the fast food industry, they are crushing it. No, drones are not delivering your Big Macs (although they might in the not so distant future), but McDonald’s has been consistently increasing efficiency with IoT. They were one of the first to accept payment with Google Wallet, they recently accepted payment with hugs and are also looking to cut costs with cloud and remote management as well as providing touch-screen … Continue reading “McDonald’s and IoT”

Posted on July 3, 2021July 3, 2021Categories Blogs

Major League Baseball´s Beacons

It is baseball season again and that comes with new and improved beacon uses. 20 of the 30 MLB stadiums rolled out beacons last season. Fans could check into the stadium with their app connecting via bluetooth. Teams will then, for example, provide maps, video clips, concession offers and the ability to upgrade seats. To ensure they are used appropriately, the league dictates where to place them and what messages can be sent. Teams should be able to get more creative as … Continue reading “Major League Baseball´s Beacons”

Posted on July 3, 2021July 3, 2021Categories Visitors Information

Kew Gardens will use beacons to give information to visitors

TOPICS:beaconbeaconsdiscover kewIbeaconiBeacon case studyibeaconsibeacons blogibeaconsblogkew gardensmarketingmobilemobile applicationmovintrackstechtechnology POSTED BY: ADMIN FEBRUARY 24, 2015 Also available in / también disponible en: Spanish Kew Gardens has created the Discover Kew mobile application to unlock more than 50 beacons hidden across 500 hectares in Ardingly, allowing visitors to take part in activities and receive information. They had previously tested this technology with positive results in the museum and shopping centres, but they decided to try it out in the botanical gardens to open up the secrets … Continue reading “Kew Gardens will use beacons to give information to visitors”