The latest installment of the Shullman Pulse found that purchasing patterns among millionaire millennials diverge noticeably from those of millionaire Gen-X’ers and Boomers.
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British department store Fortnum & Mason is hosting a series of events at its Picadilly store in London to commemorate National Stationery Week.
A fundraising event launching in New York claims to be the largest public deployment of Bluetooth-enabled beacons, giving participants in a citywide egg hunt a way to access clues, rewards and other information.
SAN FRANCISCO – As content continues to proliferate online, consumers are increasingly hard-pressed to distinguish between credible sources and sources masquerading as credible, according to a panel March 27 at ad:tech San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO – Brands are leveraging innovative in-store and out-of-home tactics to educate, build awareness and stoke sales, according to a session March 27 at ad:tech San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO – Conveying the essence of a campaign through a mobile banner advertisement can be stifling, but many brands are finding inventive ways to get around this stumbling block, according to a session March 26 at ad:tech San Francisco 2014.
SAN FRANCISCO – Big Data tends to be regarded as a treasure chest crammed with latent sales, which can lure brands away from the benefits of traditional storytelling, according to panelists at a session March 26 at ad:tech San Francisco 2014.
SAN FRANCISCO – As the role of social influencers has expanded over the past few years, brands have developed sophisticated methods of vetting potential partnerships, according to panelists at a session March 26 at ad:tech San Francisco 2014.
In today’s economy, luxury marketers should look more toward psychographics than income demographics when trying to pinpoint a target audience, according to a new study by Unity Marketing.
L2 is accelerating its global expansion with a $16.5 million investment from venture capital firm General Catalyst and the appointment of two media and technology executives, Paul Sagan and Larry Bohn, to its board.