As fake news, alternative facts and the information bubble get headlines the last six months, media types are under the microscope. A recent Conference about Big Data in Media demonstrated the information that is available about online readership.
What3words were introduced to tackle the issue that faced 75% of the world’s population (4 billion people); that they were victims of unreliable addressing systems. Consequently, poor addressing costs businesses billions of dollars and hampers the growth and development of entire nations.
So, by dividing the world into 3 metres squared, and allocating each square with a unique combination of 3 words providing a precise and incredibly simple way to talk about location. Subsequently, it means everyone everywhere now has an address!
What3Words aimed to tell postmasters in 10 key African markets about the simple solution they offered.Read More »
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