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Captivate | January 19, 2023
Captivate, a leading digital-out-of-home video network, and WeWork, one of the global leaders in flexible space providers, announced a strategic partnership to display the Captivate on-screen content experience on existing digital screens in WeWork lobbies, elevator banks, and collaborative workplaces. "WeWork Powered by Captivate" will give marketers access to modern, high-value professionals who make business and personal purchase decisions.
Captivate will act as a com...
telegraph | March 10, 2020
Sainsbury’s embarked on a £52m advertising blitz last year to lure more shoppers to its stores after a mega-deal with Asda collapsed. The supermarket splashed the cash on magazine, newspaper, radio and TV adverts, hiking its spending by 82.6pc from just £28.4m the year before according to data from research firm Nielsen. Last April the competition watchdog blocked a £7.3bn tie-up between the chain and Asda, saying such a marriage would push up prices for customers and red...
Measured | July 27, 2022
Measured, the leading spend optimization platform for DTC advertisers, today released The State Of DTC Marketing Measurement, a new research report that explores how direct to consumer (DTC) marketers are navigating budget optimization and measurement challenges associated with ongoing upheaval in the advertising industry. Based on a recent survey of DTC marketers, conducted by media metrics consultancy Sequent Partners, the report reveals where marketers are allocating their ad spend, how they ...
Warner Bros. Discovery | June 16, 2022
Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) is set to slash its global sales team by as much as 30% to meet its annual cost-cutting target of $3 billion. According to The Information, it is starting with buyout offers this week for some people working within its U.S. advertising sales force.
This development comes after the $43 billion merger of Discovery and AT&T’s WarnerMedia. Based on the information shared by sources with The Information employees get a chance to voluntarily leave ...
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