Stephanie Adamow

Stephanie Adamow
Scoring Sales

Around this writer's town, everyone bleeds green. Eagles Green. 

All About the Journey

Career decisions present themselves quite definitively at times, and much more subtly at others. Hav

Stand-Out Programs

Dealerscope checks in with dealers' distributor partners one last time in 2014 to get the scoo

Apps to Organize Work & Life

During Women in CE's Power Your Career in Consumer Electronics: Career Enhancement Forum, held June 26, Joshua Henderson of Springboard Enterprises outlined several apps to "supercharge your career.

Publishing Mogul, Author Cathie Black Powers Up Women in CE

During CE Week 2012, Women in Consumer Electronics (CE), hosted its inaugural Power Your Career in Consumer Electronics: A Career Enhancement Forum, a full-day program aimed at empowering, educating and networking group members and potential members. The day begain with Cathie Black sharing resonating facts with the group of women (and some men) during the opening keynote address.

Rising to the Top: Women in CE Style

The first Women in CE career-enhancement forum comprised of several presentations and panel programs illustrating keys to success for females in this industry. One of these panels focused on "Insights on Success: An Exploration on Rising to the Top."

Top 12 Tips for Career Growth

So, Roberts, who is director of programs for the Lang Entrepreneurship Center of the Columbia Business School, the Women's Presidents Organization and Tiger21, a peer-to-peer learning group for high-net-worth investors, was more than poised to close out the day of female fellowship, where she reviewed the themes of the day and weaved them into essential takeaways for the audience.

Taking a New Road

Recognizing the changing economic landscape, Ted Cardenas, director of marketing for Pioneer Electronics USA’s mobile division, unveiled what the company envisions for the immediate future, which is all about connecting consumers’ various media devices inside the automotive environment.

Dispelling Green Rhetoric

The masses at the Consumer Electronics Show would surely agree that green electronics have permeated the show floor.

CEA’s Shapiro, Panasonic’s Sakamoto Speak at CES Keynote

LAS VEGAS- Whether it’s in the home or across oceans, technology brings us together. CEA President, Gary Shapiro, opened CES officially on Monday with a global message--support free trade. Critical to the industry, he said, “free trade encourages free flow of ideas, allows people to track innovations throughout the world, provides greater access by eliminating tariffs and streamlines commerce. “Technology promotes sharing because its devices improve the human condition, improve health and provide easy access to culture,” Shapiro added. Shapiro urged CES attendees to contact their local Congress members, urging them to approve pending free trade agreements because free trade “build trust and

Delphi Introduces New Realm of Safety & Convenience

LAS VEGAS- Using human machine interface (HMI), Delphi Corpo, automotivve safety system developer, has implemented several in-vehicle features that provide safety and convenience. The company demonstrated these features at CES on Monday in its Information, Convenience and Protection vehicle. As a simulator the vehicle shows that the driver can perform all the necessary tasks of driving while also remaining safe and alert. Delphi’s ICP vehicle places controls that require driver attention all within a 20-degree forward field of view. Government and University research shows that when a driver’s attention can remain focused on the road within this 20-degree field of view, the number

Customer Service: Hot Topic at CES

The 2008 International CES’ focus is predominantly on relationships and connections. Companies are truly interested in the consumer, listening to their needs (or demands) and developing solutions that exceed expectations. When consumer electronics companies listen to the consumer, they hear that they want their devices faster, smaller, more intuitive, with the ability to connect to or directly provide services, like file sharing and printing for cameras, for example. Retailers’ attention to consumers’ desire will also pay off in selling these new items unveiled at CES. Pioneer Meeting the consumer demand is certainly the backbone of Pioneer’s latest and greatest innovations. For the

Excitement Surrounds Gates’ Last Keynote

In his 11th and final appearance as keynote speaker at International CES, Bill Gates took advantage of the stage to talk about the second digital decade. This decade, he says, will focus on connecting people and building appllications on PCs, the Internet, phone, car, TV and much more. Some key elements on the next decade of digital include the HD experience everywhere; all service devices will be connected and power-natural user interface. Whereas the first digital decade centered on the keyboard and mouse, the next decade is about touch. An important aspect for retailers is the Microsoft Surface--touchscreen panels where customers can pick