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marketing | Sep 3rd, 2021

Lavin Welcomes Google’s Chief Measurement Strategist Neil Hoyne

Data in the twenty-first century is ubiquitous and essential, helping marketers learn about their customers with target precision. But what if we’re thinking about data all wrong? Having led over 2,500 engagements with the world’s biggest advertisers, Neil Hoyne shows us how to get the most out of... Continue Reading →
marketing | Jan 27th, 2020

Joe Jackman Repositions Change as a Force to Be Embraced in The Reinventionist Mindset—Out Tomorrow!

What if, instead of fearing, resisting, and hiding from change, we ran towards it with open arms? How might our lives and our businesses transform? How might we become better positioned to thrive in an era of disruption? In The Reinventionist Mindset, CEO and world-renowned Reinventonist Joe... Continue Reading →
marketing | Dec 31st, 2019

Connecting to Today's Consumers: Lavin's Top Ten Marketing Speakers

The last decade has seen a complete transformation in the way we do business. Lavin’s Top 10 Marketing Speakers expertly navigate us through the changing tides, and help leaders and organizations win the hearts of tomorrow’s consumer.   Sarah Kaplan Corporate social responsibility has morphed... Continue Reading →
marketing | Aug 9th, 2019

Welby Altidor Unveils Record-Breaking Touchscreen Display for Hunger Games Attraction

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition, a new attraction created by Victoria Hill Exhibitions, features the world’s largest interactive touchscreen display. As the exhibition was unveiled to the public, Welby Altidor—CCO of Victoria Hill—spoke about the company’s record-breaking achievement.  Located in... Continue Reading →
marketing | Oct 26th, 2018

Revenge of Analog Author David Sax on Real Things and Why They Matter in Marketing

“Analog may be more cumbersome and costlier than its digital equivalents,” says consumer behavior expert David Sax, “but it provides us with a richness of experience that is unparalleled with anything delivered through a screen.” In an interview with Content Magazine, Sax explains the ways that... Continue Reading →
marketing | Jan 27th, 2017

Nothing Just ‘Goes Viral’: Watch the New Trailers for Derek Thompson’s Hit Makers

There’s a hidden history to every smash success—a web of economics, psychology, and desire that holds our attention. In these new videos, Atlantic senior editor Derek Thompson reveals fascinating insights from his new, groundbreaking study of how culture gets made, Hit Makers. How Did the... Continue Reading →
marketing | May 24th, 2016

First Look: David Sax’s New Book,The Revenge of Analog

The promise of digital seems too good to pass up. With advanced technology, operations become smoother, purchases simpler, and everything’s just a few clicks away. But recently, we’ve seen another curious trend emerge: the resurgence of analog goods, businesses, and experiences, thriving against a... Continue Reading →
marketing | Sep 4th, 2013

Forecasting Trends: Innovation Speaker Jeremy Gutsche On Wine & TIFF

Wolf Blass Wines are celebrating their 30th year in Canada—and they enlisted our highly requested innovation speaker Jeremy Gutsche to help make it a success! The founder of Trendhunter.com is often looked to for his ability to conduct cutting-edge market research and supercharge innovation. For his... Continue Reading →
marketing | Aug 14th, 2013

Winning The Media Game: Derek Thompson On ESPN's Global Dominance

"People tune in to ESPN without even knowing what’s on.” That's what Artie Bulgrin, ESPN’s director of research, told Derek Thompson in a new feature in The Atlantic. That may seem boastful, but the sports broadcaster has the stats to back up the claim. The company is projected to earn a whopping $1... Continue Reading →
marketing | Jan 3rd, 2013

Retail Speaker Doug Stephens: The Future Of Mobile Commerce [VIDEO]

"For me, mobile 3.0 is pulling everything together," retail speaker Doug Stephens explains in a keynote speech. "It's pulling in social, it's pulling in my past purchase preferences, my financial information, my calendar, my purchase history...and melding it into an algorithm that follows me... Continue Reading →
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