Since the discontinuation of Google Glass back in 2015, the wearables market has focused on smartwatches and fitness trackers. In 2021, however, a new pair of smart glasses – created by Facebook in partnership with Ray-Ban – could usher in a new era of mainstream wearable technology. But will it take off, even amid privacy […]
2021 Digital Trends – Media, Entertainment & Telecoms Industry
This report explores topics including: the impact of the 5G network on the current media landscape, customer experience (CX), data management, and the challenges that must be overcome for organisations to succeed. It looks at how investing in marketing technology and CX management can help unlock new opportunities, such as 5G, while also creating competitive differentiation.
Articles on tech, media and telecoms
Today we’re speaking to the newly-appointed CEO of Hubspot, Yamini Rangan. She discusses her new role, the importance of authentic leadership, and the future of CX. How do you maintain an effective work/life balance? These days, work-life balance may seem like a challenging feat. Work-from-home burnout is a reality, and that’s why it’s so essential […]
As the dust settles on the abandoned European Super League revolt, Tom Dougherty, MD at Unrvld, a new digital agency, predicts this won’t be the last time we see major sports brands attempt to go OTT.
Demand for SVOD services (or subscription video on demand) has surged in the past 18 months, with one in two British customers now paying for multiple streaming services at the same time. In light of this, Sunny Bhurji, Sky TV’s Marketing Director, spoke at the Festival of Marketing this week about how the organisation has […]
Rob Burton, Senior Experience Consultant at Capgemini Invent, explains where businesses that rely on digital targeting and customer segmentation need to invest in light of the tech privacy war.
Richard Robinson, Managing Director of Xeim Engage (incorporating Econsultancy and Oystercatchers), has again been named in the BIMA 100, the list of the most influential people in the UK’s digital and tech community.
Cavai helps agencies, publishers, and advertisers deliver conversational marketing through its cloud platform. We caught up with Janicke Eckbo, CMO at Cavai, to find out how Covid-19 has changed her daily working life, and why she believes the future of the digital marketing industry is ‘conversational’.
Nils Andersson Wimby, Agency Director at Isobar Sweden, argues that marketers always need to be open to new perspectives.
Today’s ‘Day in the Life’ features Ruth Rowan, the CMO of global technology services company, NTT Ltd. Here’s more on Ruth’s role, along with some of her predictions and advice for the future.
For today’s ‘Day in the Life’, we hear from the two co-founder’s of We Generate – a creative marketing and talent representation agency – Luka Zak and Joshua Brandon. Here’s some insight into their company, and how their day-to-day working lives have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Guy Kawasaki popularised the term ‘evangelist’ whilst at Apple in the 1980s, helping to promote the Macintosh. Today he is chief evangelist at online design tool, Canva. We asked him what his average day looks like. Here’s what he had to say…
There is currently a thirst in the industry for a solution to bridge the gap between television advertising and online advertising.
Augmented reality (AR) is quickly becoming one of the most interesting technologies in the digital space.
The advent of programmatic trading has revolutionised online advertising by allowing ad placements to be bought rapidly, efficiently and automatically.
The new age of audio: What does it mean for advertising?
This briefing explores the developments behind the “audio renaissance”. How new audio media like podcasting changed what listeners have come to expect from audio advertising and why these new ad formats are believed to be so effective. It also looks at the challenges around audio advertising and the solutions that are being created to try and address them.
Super apps: How the rest of the world is following in China’s footsteps
WeChat is no longer the only super app ecosystem available to Chinese internet users. In her recent Internet Trends 2019 report, Mary Meeker highlighted the growing trend of super apps both within and outside of China.
Mobile phone retailer Mobiles.co.uk works with Kickdynamic to automate emails whose content could be personalised in real time, achieving a 44% increase in email sales and 21% increase in mobile engagement.
Digital agency Amido develops audio-to-text solution that reduced time spent on administrative tasks and allowed sales teams to focus on commercial opportunities.
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.
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