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Sizzling and fizzling trends

Bluetooth is hot. 3D printing is not. Who’d have thought? Experts weigh in on what’s on the rise versus the outs.

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Canadians are impatient, but seek serenity: trend

Exclusive to strategydaily, JWT breaks down its famed global trend report for Canadians with new research and local examples.

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FFWD: The future of media consumption

At the ICA’s FFWD Ad Week, Wired founding executive editor Kevin Kelly looks at how to compete for attention in a hyper-screened world.

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Qriket pays consumers to view ads

The app tracks and shares 40% of its revenue from advertisers with its users, with clients paying for consumer opt-ins rather than for impressions.

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Receipts: The next great market disruption?

Twist Image’s Mitch Joel on shaking up a staid communication channel, learnings from George Costanza’s wallet, and why even the smallest moments matter.

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Future technology…today

A look at how the advertising industry is channeling ideas of the future such as flying cars, teleportation and invisibility.

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JWT Intelligence unveils 2014 trends list

Immersive experiences, consumer impatience and remixing traditions are amongst the top things the agency is looking out for in the coming year.

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Marketing lessons from the Bedouins

Tony Chapman on the need for adaptability when it comes to reinventing marketing.

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Ad Week Blog: Then, now and an exponentially different tomorrow

Tech expert Shelly Palmer tells the industry crowd we are only at the “baby beginnings” of the tech changes to come.

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Global tour: disruptive retail concepts

From Asda in the U.K. to E-mart in South Korea, DDB’s Jason Dubroy tours the globe for retail concepts that may change the way goods are sold.

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Freshii taps entrepreneurs

The health food eatery’s CEO Matthew Corrin talks about the launch of “Fresh Startups,” a program that mentors and funds tech companies to help create new products for use in its stores.

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Editorial: Next big thing impact

Strategy executive editor Mary Maddever on the potential of big data and the new partnerships being forged because of it.

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Pundits weigh in on the Next Big Thing

Industry experts lay out what’s ahead for the realms of advertising, marketing and media – from “full spectrum entertainment” to agile marketing.

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Next big things of the past: hits and misses

A selective list of ideas – some that fell short and some that were on the mark – covered in past pages of strategy.

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Top tech to track

Industry experts round up some cool gadgets and platforms with big potential for marketers.