The overarching theme of the new endemic era for the year ahead is agility. As we anticipate what to expect in 2022 and beyond, it is clear that the ability to adapt to the ever-evolving demand of consumers will be the key to success.
As stringent rules become the new normal, brand marketers should aspire to replicate the framework that regulated industries have perfected.
In a period of such comprehensive change, it can be difficult to assess the impact of a single trend. However, one overarching shift can help to explain many of the other changes taking place in retail and commerce: the convergence of media and retail.
As summer plans give way to changing weather, it’s time to start preparing for another holiday shopping season. After a pandemic year, retailers are counting on strong consumer spending to drive revenue and provide momentum into the new year.
B2B audiences are people, not robots. Do not treat them like machines.
In the following Q&A, we chat with Isha Sesay, OkayMedia CEO and former CNN journalist, to get her thoughts on the rise of female leaders in media, emerging media trends that could make an impact in 2022 and more.
The pandemic created a variety of shifts for destination marketers. Drive markets increased, while fly markets went way down, then transitioned into a bumpy recovery.
People know Venus Williams as a tennis champion and Olympian. However, they may not know her as an entrepreneur. As it turns out, Venus is passionate about tennis and design.
In January of 2020, I launched the U.S. office of BAM Strategy, a 25-year-old independent digital agency headquartered in Montreal. It was, without question, one of the most exciting moments of my career and a milestone for which I’d spent the better part of a year prepping and planning.