Articles Tagged ‘Mobile’

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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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Why no love for Canada in Mobile?

Canadian juror Steve Savic on Canada’s shutout in the category at Cannes, and advice for next year.

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Mobile use by the numbers

More men than moms shop online, while the major social apps aren’t growing with millennials.

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 2013

Last year, branded content was the big buzz, Target ventured North and Dove went viral…again.

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 2005

For our 25th anniversary, we’re travelling through time. In ’05, mobile was a big (and we mean big) deal.

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Mobile’s winning in store aisles

A report from CGI Group in the U.S. says showrooming using a mobile device has increased dramatically.

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Still no Lions for Canada

Our country comes up empty once again in the Mobile, Media and Outdoor categories, while agencies from Brazil, Peru and Australia take the top prizes.

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Eighteen more shortlist mentions for Canada

The Cannes shortlists for Outdoor, Media, Mobile and Press are out, with zero mention of Canadian work in the latter category.

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Pay for Timmies with a tap of your phone

Tim Hortons launches mobile payment option at all Canadian and U.S. locations.

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Getting mobile to work for you

Nurun’s Audrey Carr on which questions to ask for your mobile strategy.

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Every company needs to be a tech co: study

A new JWT report on mobile found we’re at the tipping point of where everything and anything is connected.

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Sobeys gets in the shopping-app game

The grocer is the latest chain to introduce an app that puts it loyalty card on a digital platform, as part of its overall repositioning push.

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Infographic: Mobile shopping habits

Tapped Mobile unveils research on how Canadian men, moms and millennials use their phones while in stores.