CEO Magazine Europe and AutoleaseWereld Magazine

CEO Magazine Europe and AutoleaseWereld Magazine

Feb 3, 2017 | No Comments

“In the future, manual cars will be driven by very rich and very poor people, like horses today.” – Jeremiah Owyang

The future is coming and it’s coming really fast. Are you ready to handle it?

Read the UBench vision in the following articles:

Day After Tomorrow Tour, San Francisco

Day After Tomorrow Tour, San Francisco

Oct 21, 2016 | No Comments

In insecure times, people often wonder what the future will bring. What if the future has already started today? The new world is coming and it’s coming really fast!

A few months ago, we organized a unique event for the car insurance companies. Key note speaker was Steven Van Belleghem – author of ‘When digital becomes human’. Steven is a thought leader on the transformation of customer relationships and the future of marketing. He is an expert in inspiring companies to become true customer-centric organizations in this high speed digital world.

As you know, UBench always tries to be aware of the latest trends regarding customer centricity and the newest digital revolutions. That’s why I joined the Day After Tomorrow tour – organized by Nexxworks under the motto:

“Innovation is not a theory. It is something you do.
You need to be exposed to it to be infected.” – Nexxworks

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How can we help you? Call +32 2 669 14 26

Oct 4, 2016 | No Comments

In this digital world everything has to go faster. Easier. To the point.
Waiting for a reaction? Maybe. But not too long.
Being contacted in stead of holding the line for hours? Yes, please!

CAR INSURERS, soon a remnant of past glory?

CAR INSURERS, soon a remnant of past glory?

Sep 20, 2016 | No Comments

Or will they make history?

In April 2016, the Belgian Car Insurers were invited to a unique hidden location in Flanders. UBench International challenged more than 30 insurers to push their boundaries in one evening they won’t easily forget.
Did they accept the challenge? Will they be a remnant of past glory or will they make history?