As the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas, we take a look at the tech and trends that could have a big impact on marketers’ businesses over the coming year.
Financial technology brands are shaking up what has been a stuffy and inaccessible industry by meeting changing consumer demands head-on, and marketers stand to learn a great deal from their disruption.
With virtual reality set to become a $1bn industry in 2016 marketers are switching on to the technology as the next big content marketing medium.
From the purpose backlash and a crackdown on advertising vices to the decline of the meat-free category, 2023 has not been a good year for everyone in the marketing world.
Yorkshire Tea has gained share to become the clear market leader in black tea, but as the top brand in a declining category it is now looking to fresh ways to stimulate growth in a contracting market.
TV is among the strongest media for landing effective advertising messages, argues analyst Peter Field – but “the god damn effective” channel remains undervalued compared to its nearest digital rivals considering the business outcomes it offers.
A few years ago purpose was seen as the solution to any brand problem. But now with even cheerleader-in-chief Unilever stepping back, where does purpose go next?