Articles Tagged ‘Amazon’

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Next Big Things: Mobile tech will make everything smarter

Apps become their own devices, a path-to-purchase that follows you and other predictions of what’s to come.

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Culture beyond the beer cart

Lg2′s Chris Hirsch and Nellie Kim opine on why beer and birthday cake isn’t good enough.

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The secret behind true mentorship

It’s more than just teaching methodology, says Brand Voice’s Syd Kessler. It’s about personal relationships too.

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Google is most influential brand

The tech giant leads the pack, while Tim Hortons ranks high in corporate citizenship and Facebook falls short on trust.

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Groceries in a snap

Will taking photos of your food be the next big thing in grocery shopping? Toronto’s Slyce certainly hopes so.

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Bottling optimism

Do you see opportunity, or uncertainty and despair? Tony Chapman on how to find your “O Factor.”

Brands take to the skies

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Why no, it’s a drone! Coming soon to brands near you.

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From probabilistic to predictive analytics

Is that a crystal ball in your pocket or are you just crunching data?

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Aimia gets into predictive analytics

With a minority stake in Fractal Analytics, the loyalty co gets artificial intelligence and crystal ball-like data crunching.

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With big data comes big responsibility

Dare’s Steve Graves checks out the risks and rewards of predictive analytics.

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Relax marketers, you don’t need all the answers

SW+A’s Luke Sklar says you’re asking the wrong questions. Want to know the right ones?

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Walmart turns 20

The brand’s Canadian operation celebrates two decades of rocking the retail boat.

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Amazon: Where video streaming and merch collide

A deal between Mattel’s HIT Entertainment and the tech co could be the future of blended content and consumer products.

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Amazon’s game-changing grocery device

Scan a product in your own home for easy delivery? Dash could force retailers and manufacturers to rethink how they sell to consumers.

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Extreme contenting

Strategy publisher Mary Maddever on branded content, collaboration and supporting Canadian digital platforms.