Digital Shift Report: Q4 2019
Digital Shift discusses the latest trends and key shifts in the digital marketing and ecommerce space. This quarter’s update dives into AI and machine learning, smart home, quantum computing, new social, brain-computer interface technology, and the lessons we can learn from Amazon.
Fashion ecommerce 2020: Which trends are disrupting the industry?
Fashion ecommerce is continuously changing, with consumer expectations pushing brands to innovate in order to stand out amid stiff competition. So, how are fashion ecommerce brands rising to the challenge?
This briefing covers new and current trends within the industry, information on the brands that are demonstrating best practice, and a look at how it’s paying off.
The University of Southampton’s Replay campaign invites past students to share songs that evokes a university memory, collecting them in a playlist that re-engaged the alumni community, an important source of potential volunteers, donors and ambassadors.
Mediaworks’ Bee in the City app, which let Mancunians search for a colony of bee sculptures dotted around the city, gets more than 19,000 downloads, raising money for the We Love MCR Charity and reviving curiosity about Manchester’s culture.
The football club, looking to enhance engagement on both match days and non-match days, develops an app that keeps fans updated and that can hold game tickets.
"Globally, 54% of financial institutions cite data storage, privacy and protection as a regulatory barrier to innovation in fintech"
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From the Blog
Andy Whatley is SVP of Business Development at Instreamatic, an interactive voice-enabled audio advertising platform.
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