Jonny discusses disruption, as well as Trouble Makers work with some of biggest brands, like Lego and Alpha Tauri.
Eric and I discuss Fluency’s evolution, the integration of Muse, a ChatGPT enhanced tool now available in their platform, and the integration of Generative AI into marketing automation.
Robert discusses the origins of Compadre, the concept of AOR 2.0, and how partnerships, not projects just may be the future of how agencies engage with brands.
Tanya discusses her the launch of ShowHeroes Better Media initiative and how the industry should be tackling our growing carbon footprint.
Deb discusses the role data has in the advertising’s future, lean marketing in times of economic crisis, and some predictions for the year ahead.
Sam discusses and demystifies the insights industry, and talks about why behavior and culture, not personal data, are the next big thing in marketing.
How an ad-supported Netflix impacts the broader industry, the creator economy, and how web3 and the metaverse play a role in the globalization of entertainment.
Ben discusses why an omnichannel marketing mix is the most advisable brand strategy, personalization at scale, and potential stumbling blocks.
Jeremy discusses everything from video marketing content to AI to emerging technologies, all in a brief but very enlightening 20 minutes.
Emma Ellis at Interbrand and Simon Morris at Adobe discuss how brands increasingly take on leadership roles within society.