Every year, brands, agencies, and tech enthusiasts flock to Las Vegas for The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a large trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association. This three-day show, which has been running since 1967 hosts exhibitions, presentations, breakout sessions, and more. This year alone, nearly 175,000 attendees are expected to come to CES to learn about the latest advancements and technologies within the consumer electronics industry.Read More
With the proliferation of digital audio, podcasts, and streaming radio, the way we listen to content is ever changing. By 2021, the average US adult will spend 86.88 minutes a day with digital audio, according to eMarketer.Read More
While much is said about the ever-increasing share of digital ad dollars being spent programmatically, not enough attention is given to the experience of the marketers behind these purchases. Are their teams prepared and comfortable within the platforms they use? Do the tools at their disposal paint a clear picture of the customer journey? Are they satisfied with the overall toolset & experience? Read More
If marketers were to believe media consumption metrics as an absolute truth and a barometer for attention, it would seem that the public either never sleeps or never takes their eyes off a device.
In 2018, digital media spending will surpass traditional media for the very first time. Traditional media still plays a crucial role in reaching consumers, but each new internet connected device, social network, and cutting edge app disrupts the old model, giving marketers a new point through which they can interact with their target customers.
As the digital ecosystem grows increasingly multi-faceted, it also becomes ever more networked and interconnected, with new relationships emerging between online and offline channels. Some of our most exciting current work navigates today’s fluid relationship between digital and physical consumer experiences.