The Commerce Conundrum: A New Journey
The days of consumers following a predictable purchase funnel are long gone — especially after 2020. Consumer consumption habits have been reshaped, possibly forever, and that means marketers need to put purpose, innovation and agility at the center of everything they do. Explore 2020’s impact on the consumer journey, and how it has triggered a need for new advertising formats, engagement platforms, distribution channels and transactional technology to win devotion and dollars from consumers.
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How Marketers are Embracing New Tech for Good
Learn from companies who are shaping the cultural zeitgeist how they are using AI to influence the next era of marketing, and how immersive technology is guiding smarter—and more socially conscious—business decisions.
Consumer-Driven Demands on Next-Gen Tech
Marketing to the newest generation of consumers is not for the faint of purpose. Explore how storytellers and experience designers are harnessing tech for a brave new world of building brands.
Content Curated for a Kinder, Gentler Consumer
Hear how marketers are reinventing their messaging and storytelling methods to capture the imagination — and hearts — of consumers by unleashing the potential of their brands to cultivate lasting cultural impact.
Confronting the 2021 Data Dilemma
Amid tighter regulations and risks of consumer backlash, how marketers can adopt practices that protect consumers while simultaneously delivering content and messages that create the personal relationships that translate to customer loyalty?
How Technology is Democratizing Entertainment
Nick Tran, global head of marketing, and Addison Rae talk about TikTok's position at the intersection of technology, entertainment, and culture, and why its rise in entertainment is just the beginning of a long-term journey.
CMO Moves: Preparing for 2021 As The Short Becomes Long
In a sea of never-ending short-term focused Zoom calls while technology leapfrogged forward, the critical mission of today is to force a reset. How do we now meet new consumer expectations on demand?