December is traditionally one of the Automotive Industry’s best months. However, as with everything else, Dec 2020 brings about some unanswered challenges. Conquering the ramifications to business wrought by COVID-19 Inventory access to vehicles new & pre-owned Stability of the economy & the industry throughout the vaccination process The immediate future of the Auto Industry
Nielsen held their recent Consumer 360 virtual event to unveil their rebranding as Nielsen IQ. Nielsen IQ aspires to the below goals: Provide better data visibility Discover innovations and opportunities Deliver the best global picture of diversity and changes among consumers Simplify the complexity of the data for bolder and more confident decision making among
After months of empty stadiums, sports began to slowly come back with NASCAR and Golf, followed by NHL, MLB, and the NBA. Then the NFL took its turn, seemingly clearing a hurdle as the season opener kicked off in early September. However, the NFL has been faced with several challenges: MNF games have been rescheduled
Consumer behavior has changed in 2020, forcing retailers and marketers to adapt to new shopping dynamics. Due to COVID-19 shoppers are changing where they shop, what they are shopping for and how much they are spending at checkout. Below are key trends retailers should focus on this holiday season: Target reported a 19% increase in
“Media Spotlight” is an ongoing series where we interview a wide range of professionals that make up our growing office. From traditional media to digital strategists, you’ll gain insight into the experts who make up the Media Works team. This week, we interviewed Krystal Novaton #MWSpotlight How long have you been working in media/ advertising?
Over the course of the past year TikTok has taken the social world by storm. With people being stuck inside their homes throughout the pandemic, many have found themselves being entertained by the endless videos found on the app. Over the course of the year, TikTok’s audience has more than doubled by 75% in the