As B2C and B2B brands and marketers look to demonstrate short- and longer-term marketing value and ROI by generating more engagement and conversion opportunities across the customer journey, they will need to reimagine doing this in a world that is
Entering 2022, B2B marketers have focused their efforts on provoking customer-obsessed growth by fusing together the customer, brand and organization. However, in order to achieve this, they’ll first need to identify what’s preventing it.
With the recent news of BlackBerry shutting down its text, data and voice functionality on its legacy devices, it begs the question of how could this happen to a brand that at one point controlled 50% of the smartphone market
As social commerce surpasses $30B in ad sales in the U.S., which is expected to double by 2025, it has paved the way for startup and up-and-coming brands to detour consumers by visually persuading them to swipe and click away
Invisible to the P&L balance sheet—and often overlooked during the pre- and post-M&A transaction—is the merger’s impact on branding and marketing. What will the new company be about? What will the transaction mean to its customers? How will it distance
By leveraging the characteristics of blockchain technology, NFTs are defined by three factors: ownership, transferability and authenticity. In the simplest terms, NFTs are digital certificates of authenticity, and based on where they were bought and resold, each transaction is recorded
As private equity, M&A and operating partners look to identify ways to sustain value creation over the long term within their portfolio companies, it would be wise to explore what’s hindering it first.
In 2020, there was a growing trend of unlikely brand partnerships. These brand collaborations were being used to shift or elevate a brand’s perception, to prove that the brand was still relevant with a specific audience, or by opening the
No matter the organization—be it a start-up, middle-market direct-to-consumer (D2C) brand or SaaS B2B platform—it is critical that these companies place the customer experience at the center of their business.
As the gatekeepers of marketing budgets, CEOs and CFOs rely heavily on their marketing teams to produce tangible marketing metrics that align with the goals of the business and that will justify a marketing initiative. To support this need, it