The Art of being Under-the-Radar
[ A STONE ]
The idea had a Rolling Stone. Mick March met the Stones at the legendary 'La Colombe d'Or' in Saint-Paul-de-Vence ( Southern France ). Stone Bill Wyman and Mick had an idea: Get a network for Peer-to-Peer.
[ THE NETWORK FOR PEAK PERFORMERS ]
The under-the-radar network OSCAR'S for contemporary pirates & rebels . . .
The Island Network for the very Few
The Noureev Beach Maison at the Toiny coast of St.Barth. The first headquarter of the OSCAR'S Tribe. Elle March [Strategic Communications], Stefan Aust, [former Editor-in-Chief of 'Der Spiegel'] and Mick March [Creative Director] created on the Noureev deck the first concept of OSCAR'S island Network for the roaming power . . .
In the future the truly privileged will be the one who we know nothing about. They will be a very small band. In an age of overexposure discreet shelter are more desirable than ever.
The aristocracy of the next decade will be deservedly anonymous. OSCAR'S network stands for creative awareness of the next and will . . .
The Next Dimension of Communication
The Maison Noureev / St.Barth
Elle March, Director of Napoleon Strategic Connections
Base : Maison Noureev, Wild Coast Toiny on the island of St. Barth
1997 : Elle March moved with Mick to the island St. Barth in the French West Indies. They started with their friends Stefan, Laura, Nina, Tom and Max the network called ‘A cool World’. A very small band of contemporary . . .
The connected Power Tribe
Millennials want their needs met quickly and that means everything from Wi-Fi speeds to hotel check-ins. Millennials will click off a hotel's website and onto Google if they can't find information fast and will turn to a smartphone app before a concierge for local advice.
The most physical manifestation of millennials' need . . .
CONTROL THE WORLD OF INFINITE INTELLIGENCE
Twitter and Facebook overload your brain. The world wide web is a tsunami with billions of cluster informations. The future network will produce curated intelligence for a very small tribe of peak performers and influencers.
‘I predict that the most influential users will move toward more exclusive . . .