Two decades of innovation and disruption have built a world where it no longer makes sense to distinguish between digital and traditional forms of marketing.
The future isn’t jet packs and SoLoMo (remember that one?), it’s traditional ideas brought to life with new tools and traditional channels reinvigorated by new ideas. This new, omnichannel world is reminiscent of marketing’s past, but with some critical updates. 2016 will be a year of maturation, with traditional and disruptive ideas blending into a unified, cohesive whole. [Read More]