The pandemic has exposed one fundamental, seemingly contradictory reality: people like to shop online, but they also crave in-person experiences.
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As shelter-in-place rules continue to change across the country, it’s an important time for brands to stay connected with consumers.
Grocery delivery has soared during the pandemic. But in the long run, the winning grocery retailers will be those that successfully combine in-store and digital experiences.
Get ready, folks. Saving pennies is about to be in style again.
Even with restaurants slowly reopening across the country, people are still willing to bake at home, whether that be from scratch or from a cake mix. How do we know this? With the magic of…read more
Eighteen months. That’s how long Steven Boal says it will be before digital methods of engaging with shoppers replace the familiar print promotional vehicle known as the free-standing insert (FSI).
Brands have an opportune moment to reach consumers as they reemerge from lockdowns.
As part of our series about the future of retail, I had the pleasure of interviewing Steven Boal, the founder, chairman and CEO of Quotient, the leading digital promotions, media, and analytics company that has…read more
Ran Ben-Yair, Co-Founder and GM at leading location intelligence technology company Ubimo, believes now is as good a time as ever for DOOH to thrive against adversity and sees new possibilities on the horizon as…read more
As we continue social distancing, people are looking to social media to stay connected. Usage has increased for most social platforms, which provide everything from news and entertainment to video and messaging with family and…read more