Pixelbug | Augmented Reality, Projection Technology, Gesture Based Tech & Mobile & Web Services Specialist In Dubai, Uae

Dany Founder & Managing Partner A technology savvy entrepreneur, Dany pioneers in fusing online and offline technologies that create buzz and drive sales. This has been true ever since his marketing role with PUMA early in 2007, where he devised premier social media strategies to generate positive word-of-mouth about the brand and its offline activities. Since then, Dany’s creativity and lateral thinking attracted the attention of several entrepreneurial outfits seeking his skills to get crucial input into generating sales through innovative digital strategy and tactics. Today, he continues to drive pixelbug as an innovation powerhouse and with the help of his international team of experts, he’s established pixelbug as a leading marketing technology partner to blue chip multinationals across the MENA region. Denis Managing Partner Denis’ interest in computer technology began at the tender age of 14, when he wrote his first computer programs and discovered his passion for coding. This was further consolidated through his Bachelor of Science in Information and Media Technology at the BTU Cottbus in Germany.
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No word on how long @Tweetacoffee will be around, Starbucks says its simply beta testing the service for U.S. users at the moment. Its an all-too simple way not only to drive coffee sales, but it gets more users to sign up for Starbucks accounts, which means theyll get newsletters and coupons and discounts and birthday free drinks, thus basically forcing them to become Starbucks consumers on the regular (which, for the record, I have no issues with and will be glad to receive any and all tweeted free drinks). Tweeting drinks has been done before, as well: At SXSW, the Tweet-a-beer app was extremely popular, for obvious reasons (i.e., drinking at SXSW). Its also another example of Twitter being used as a commerce engine. The simple, social exchange comes with few strings attached and is an instant gateway to gifting or buying. Theres always caution with online purchasing, but credit card and personal info are built into another platform i.e., the Starbucks account that is putting a wall between Twitter and your bank account. Of course nothing is ever 100 percent safe, but theres a risk with all online buying, including sites like Amazon or eBay.
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No word on how long @Tweetacoffee will be around, Starbucks says its simply beta testing the service for U.S. users at the moment. Its an all-too simple way not only to drive coffee sales, but it gets more users to sign up for Starbucks accounts, which means theyll get newsletters and coupons and discounts and birthday free drinks, thus basically forcing them to become Starbucks consumers on the regular (which, for the record, I have no issues with and will be glad to receive any and all tweeted free drinks). Tweeting drinks has been done before, as well: At SXSW, the Tweet-a-beer app was extremely popular, for obvious reasons (i.e., drinking at SXSW). Its also another example of Twitter being used as a commerce engine. The simple, social exchange comes with few strings attached and is an instant gateway to gifting or buying. Theres always caution with online purchasing, but credit card and personal info are built into another platform i.e., the Starbucks account that is putting a wall between Twitter and your bank account. Of course nothing is ever 100 percent safe, but theres a risk with all online buying, including sites like Amazon or eBay.
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