Posts from the PPT/ cool decks Category

Digital advertising social marketing and tech trends predictions in 2015 from Soap Creative Australia

by @soapcreative a big thanks to @juliancole for bringing this to my attention

10 Trends for 2015 from Havas Worldwide

This year, Havas Worldwide offers its forecast for the new year with “10 Trends for 2015.” While two years ago, the report noted the coming rise in “co-” words (co-create, co-parent, copreneur), for 2015, Havas Worldwide is calling out “self-” as the overriding idea.

Ericsson ConsumerLab: 10 hot consumer trends of 2015 report from Ericsson

The most important consumer trends for 2015 and beyond. .. according to Ericsson ConsumerLab

47 Stats for Remarkable Holiday Marketing in 2014 from HubSpot

Tis the season! And you know what that means: It’s game time for holiday shoppers … and holiday marketers! Online retail earnings are expected to grow from 263 billion in 2013 to 414 billion in 2018, while adoption of mobile shopping habits continue to rise. As a result, businesses are taking advantage of these growing trends by increasing budgets for Q4 and making mobile-optimized and online-driven holiday marketing a priority. Curious about the best ways to attract new business during the holidays? Check out the latest trends in holiday shopping by HubSpot

130 stats about the 7 social media trends dominating 2015 from Emarsys

The digital landscape has been dispersing rapidly over the last 12-24 months and with ever more scattered audiences and fragmented social platforms, brands face a bucketful of challenges. To thrive in this highly competitive environment, digital marketers need to constantly be on their toes and stay up-to-date with the latest trends according to Emarsys

What people will want from brands in 2015 from Jack Morton Worldwide

Interesting thoughts by Jack Morton Worldwide

Joanne Wilson: The Magic of Dreaming Big from 99U on Vimeo.

The typically mythology of an entrepreneur is often a young single person, burning the candle at both ends. And that was Joanne Wilson’s plan until “life got in the way, and I had these children.” However, part of the benefits of starting your own business means building the lifestyle you want to lead. In this talk, investor and entrepreneur Joanne Wilson shares how she launched her own business even when life happens. Balancing a complicated life, says Wilson, requires a devotion to a single dream or goal. “It helps you plot out the course of your life.” But more importantly, it makes sure your business never gets off track. “Your talents allow you to dream about how you want to get up everyday… the ability to dream about your creative desires and match them with your life dream is the road to being able to lead the life you want to life.”