There are only a few weeks left for ad:tech New York 2014 to open its doors, which means time is running out for those of you who haven’t yet registered and started making plans for attending this event. After all, tickets for the event are being sold at a discounted rate right now, alongside special offers with respect to rates on accommodation options in New York. Keeping the above in mind, we c
By Aby Sam Thomas on Oct 17, 2014
Eastern philosophy is a rich source of ideas for Western businesses. Marketing professionals in particular can do a tremendous service to their employers by incorporating these five tenants into the way they work and the messages they create. We’re in this together Western business is about respecting the hierarchy. You’re above me so therefore your opinion and point-of-view is more valuable than
By Christa Avampato on Oct 13, 2014
Without a doubt, Procter & Gamble reigns as one of the global giants in consumer products. About 4.8 billion people in 180 countries buy P&G products; annual sales exceed $83 billion. Its lineup of brands includes Pampers disposable diapers, Tide laundry detergent, Pantene hair care products, Gillette shaving products, Bounty paper towels and Dawn dishwashing liquid. With so many products in so ma
By John Egan on Oct 10, 2014
As we inch closer to the opening of this year’s edition of ad:tech New York, we expect that exhibitors at the event are getting ready to showcase themselves in the best way possible on the expo floor. Given the sheer number of companies expected at the event, exhibitors will need to think innovatively on how they can attract visitors to their booths. Here are a couple of ideas to make yourself sta
By Aby Sam Thomas on Oct 10, 2014
We can’t say we are surprised: Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel has confirmed that advertisements will be appearing on the ephemeral messaging app “soon.” Spiegel made the revelation Wednesday during a discussion with Katie Couric at Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit in San Francisco, although he didn’t specify when exactly the Snapchat ads would make their debut. Spiegel noted that the ads that wil
By Aby Sam Thomas on Oct 10, 2014
Author's note: This is the final installment of a series on the future of green energy investment. See Part 2 here. Recent technological developments which make renewable energy cheaper and thus more competitive will position it to compete with fossil fuels on equal ground. The developments will set the stage for radical transformation of the energy sector in the next few decades. A recent report
By John-Thomas Didymus on Oct 09, 2014
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By Clint Demeritt on Oct 17, 2014
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