The robotic revolution is set to cause the biggest transformation in the world’s workforce since the industrial revolution. In fact, research suggests that over 30% of jobs in Britain are under threat from breakthroughs in artificial intelligence (AI) technology. A new report looks into which sectors are most at risk.
Snap has reported third-quarter results late Tuesday that beat revenue estimates and earnings, driven by a big jump in users and similarly large jump in the number of messages sent.
Senior marketers feel “let down by their agencies” at a time when they need them the most. New research reveals two-fifths believe agencies don’t act in the organisation’s best interests, and a quarter think agencies don’t understand their objectives.
Measurement firm Kantar has launched Kantar Reputation in the UK, its new single global platform for managing, monitoring and analysing earned media activity.
Food brand Yeo Valley Organic has rolled out connected packaging across all products as part of their new ‘Put Nature First’ brand platform.
Facebook took the number one spot, and both Google and Facebook continued to dominate mobile app advertising, according to new research.
From a US omnichannel Super Bowl campaign to and Indonesian Instagram Live shopping event, we look at some of best-in-class ecommerce case studies from around the world.
The UK government has been forced to apologise over a ‘crass’ advertising campaign which suggested a ballet dancer could “reboot” their career by moving into cyber security.
80% of decision makers prefer remote sales reps or digital self-serve transactions. The switch from in-person sales began as a crisis response and is now the new norm. 60% would make purchases of $50K, signalling how buyers and sellers will do remote business in the future on big budget items as well as small.
A new monthly jobs indicator released today by Internet Association shows an increase in the number of full and part time job postings online after a slump during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ecommerce and digital fashion skills have topped the list of small business requirements in the UK in the past 6 months, as well as wider interest in business expansion and survival on a global level.
The majority of people feel customer service should be back to pre-Covid levels; in contrast to the three quarters who were prepared to make allowances for brands during lockdown, according to new research.
Amazon has launched a new payment system called Amazon One, that lets shopper pay by a wave of their hand rather than via cards or phone.
One in six organisations (16%) today lack any formal sales and marketing alignment, despite seeing it as their biggest priority, according to a study.
The COVID-19 restrictions that many countries had to endure forced many people to seek alternative forms of entertainment. One such form is podcasting which has grown in popularity over recent years. Data presented by Stockapps.com breaks down the rise of podcasting.
Technology ranks as the overall top industry accounting for the fastest-growing companies in the list, followed by support services, construction and retail, according to new research.
The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation across industries, resulting in both winners and losers in the freelance economy, according to new research.
People are now seeking out influencers for news, and marketing budgets are growing accordingly. 73% of marketers in US, UK, and Germany put more resources to influencer marketing this year, engaging talent across a wider channel mix.
Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have struck a deal with advertising giants over harmful content, as the tech giants attempt to restore relations hammered by this year’s advertising boycott of social media sites.
Many parents struggle with various aspects of technology and are turn to their children for help, saving money on IT costs, according to new research.