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Everyone is interested in innovation. What's new, what's changing how things are done, what's challenging best practice. So we created our Innovation Report to capture and document all that is new and innovative in the world of digital marketing.
Also, every year we run over 30 roundtables which bring together no more than 20 leading practitioners to discuss the latest challenges, opportunities, trends and best practice across a wide range of digital marketing and ecommerce topics.
Our analysts then write these up into our briefings — an excellent source of intelligence on the latest thinking. Best of all they are free to subscribers!
The 2017 Digital Trends report, based on the seventh annual trends survey conducted by Econsultancy and Adobe, highlights the key digital trends, challenges and opportunities which marketers need to be aware of during 2017, covering topics ranging from customer experience and mobile to data-driven marketing and personalisation. The report is based on a global survey of more than 14,000 marketers and ecommerce professionals carried out at the end of 2016.
This year's B2B Digital Trends report, published in association with Adobe, draws on the input of more than 1,000 global B2B professionals. As the fifth annual report on B2B in digital, our latest edition deviates from the tendency of past reports to ennumerate ways in which B2C trails B2B, instead evaluating similarities and providing useful projections of the future.
Econsultancy's Customer Experience Trends Briefing focuses on the key themes, opportunities and challenges relating to customer experience as highlighted by client-side digital marketers during Digital Cream 2016. The roundtable on customer experience was sponsored by Dotmailer and moderated by independent consultant Andrew Campbell.
In Beyond Brexit, Econsultancy looks back on the lessons marketers must learn. We examine how brands can future-proof their strategies against similar periods of uncertainty, establish contingencies and create enough organisational agility to roll with the political, economic and cultural punches. The report explores the global impact of Brexit on digitally-driven, marketing-led brands from the perspectives of talent, data, technology and analytics.