There were numerous Social Media Week Chicago panels with technology experts telling us about the future. For the most part, the panels and panelists offered an interesting point of view. Knowing that perspective was covered, I set out to see what I could learn by asking a younger generation of internet users how technology has […]
Cannes is an inspiring, intense experience – and the best thing about it is it’s never the same. Yes, of course, the players (the major agencies, etc.) remain pretty much constant, and it’s great to see old friends again, but each year, the content of the presentations and seminars is quite different. This year, if […]
It was clear that the most recent #SMWLDN events we attended were all about storytelling. No, not fairytales. Storytelling, in the context of advertising and marketing, simply means relaying the significance of a brand beyond its products. It means finding the human relevance of a brand, and broadcasting that to the world. With that in […]
For the Ketchum London team, day three of Social Media Week London centered around a #SMWLDN event at our Shoreditch office. The event, “Flashdance For Brands,” was a platform to discuss the reality of always-on communications and what it takes for brands to succeed in an always-connected social world. Our own Andrew Jennings chaired a […]
Day one of Social Media Week London kicked off for the Ketchum UK team at the National Gallery where Rob Blackie of Ogilvy presented on, “5 things to add social value to your customer journey.” Social, according to Rob, is a layer on top of which sits invaluable user experiences for brands and businesses alike […]
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