Now into its fourth year, Amazon’s annual shopping event seems to have cemented itself in…
Amazon is at it again.
With a market cap north of $165 billion, Netflix’ expected purchase of up to three dozen billboards in Los Angeles for a reported $150 million may seem like a rounding error.
Welcome to the age of “pretail,” which allows a customer to order a product before it exists.
From the likes of Google Assistant booking hair appointments for customers, to cashier-less grocery stores in the form of Amazon Go, tech is evolving and mimicking human traits more than ever.
Amazon’s biggest annual members-only shopping event, Prime Day 2018, is fast approaching.
Effective app marketing in 2018 is data-driven by default.
Groggy from the MMMM-party from the night before, you sip the first Dom of the morning and lounge on a yacht that belongs to some random agency.
Duke Energy (market cap $50 billion+) joins a growing list of new partners intrigued by the potential of “smart city” information delivery and advertising.
With new ways of buying television, advancements in measurement and the proliferation of digital video, we are seeing a new age of television.