Platforms need to adapt and change, allowing Gen Z to express itself freely without fear of being labeled or too rigidly placed within demographics.
Ultimately, if we focus on getting the basics right of delivering an amazing connected employee experience and continue to innovate we can solve for the future of talent, and impact our businesses in a positive way.
Back to school shopping doesn’t need to be a stressful experience for consumers, as the capabilities of conversational ads streamline their purchase journey.
It’s time to laser focus on the voices who’re leading and igniting conversations that genuinely matter against brand and business goals – and set the right KPIs that support these.
Marketers that capture the loyalty of multicultural groups today will be well-positioned to grow with these audiences in the future.
As advertisers, it’s imperative to understand these shifts to better understand what’s coming next and to adapt our content and strategies appropriately.
Marketers need to change their way of thinking, shifting from a mindset of where is Gen Z to a mindset that reflects understanding the generation and the content they want to see.
By understanding specific opinions, organisations can better understand where change needs to take place, and determine the direction for future commitments surrounding diversity, equality and inclusion initiative and action.
All this flexibility highlights the beauty of tapping influencers for your marketing: You’re not handcuffed by just one destination or one partner to attract a customer.
Neumann is the recipient of 12 industry-associated awards including the 2019 OnCon Icon Top 50 Marketer Award as well as the 2015 AMA Atlanta Marketer of the Year Award for Integrated Marketing Campaign, Interactive Marketing & Social Media Campaign.
This session explores how to overcome the challenge of connecting with audiences across different geographies and provides actionable insights that you can implement in your visual strategy.
Whoever solves these challenges, and solves them in disparate group contexts — public, private, charter schools, co-op schools — will be a hero to parents and their investors.
When a brand does decide to engage, having the right internal and external team is essential to figuring out what a brand’s values are, what causes are important to them, and how they speak about those causes when the time comes.
It’s time companies switch from the old way of doing things — asking for feedback — and start gathering feedback through their customers’ behavior.