For brands, transformation should be about combining the online and offline worlds through technology to make consumers' lives easier, Abi Morrish writes.
Some brands have been honing in on escapism as part of their COVID audio strategy.
The telecoms giant has pledged $10 million to social justice and equality organizations.
We chat to the Xandr engineer about transforming technology
"The product and business model we've built here - in a weird way - is right for helping people and fitting their needs today."
"The pandemic is an accelerant to viewing trends that have been building for years."
Shoppable, which debuted last spring, has reached over 40 million people so far.
This is the first work from Lucky Generals NY since winning the business last fall.
The dynamic duo discusses ins and out of working together for 12 years, what has changed since the start of COVID-19 and what to expect in the future.
The marketing leader discusses the company's internal and external efforts amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Some of the positive campaigns we're seeing in the world right now started with Teams.
Think: Tiger King and happy hours.
Media agencies from various holding companies were also selected.
"The response to last year's #BiasCorrect campaign confirmed that many people are unaware of the impact of unconscious gender bias in the workplace."
Cheerity is working with the New Virginia Majority and others to drive positive actions.
Brands, such as Stitch Fix, ThirdLove, Chewy and Casper, are maturing to category leaders.
Armale will help the agency better implement its use of technology and tools around the world.
The industry veteran recently served as executive VP of media at VaynerMedia.
The GroupM agency launched its final six episodes at CES.
Zion & Zion was annoyed by late deliveries and missing items so they decided to poll others.
The event proved to be electrifying with a focus on life-enhancing innovations over gimmicky tech for the sake of tech.
That's some damn fine tech. Damn fine.
The firm aims to help clients enhance end-to-end digital experiences.
Pokéman, velour tracksuits, iPods and more. Here's a fun look back.
The cybersecurity company's AI can now understand 200 highly detailed news categories.
Little comforts, from plush chairs to morning coffees, loom big at global software giant SAP.
Lack of order and predictability in how content is consumed is reaching new scale; budgets are shifting to reflect it.
The new logo segues from green to blue to orange to purple.
I'm not crying... you're crying.
The social media giant wants to show the world it's more than just a meme-generator.
The California Consumer Privacy Act doesn't just impact California-headquartered businesses.