A great way to remain relevant is to stay informed on the latest martech trends. Check out this week's selection of articles about marketing technology landscape in Europe.
European Business Reads: Blockchain, Premium Video, and New Copyright Law
In this edition of the „European Business Reads - Blockchain in Europe Report, new research on premium video and digital programmatic trend, and the potential word web changes coming with the new Europe’s copyright law.
My Fave Five Knowledge Resources – Part 1
This month’s My Fave Five focuses on the people and places that can help you cut through the noise and find your way to useful information, fast!
European Business Reads: Digital Innovation Centers and Switzerland’s Advanced Market
This week on the „European Business Reads“, three stories covering latest tech trends, blockchain, cryptocurrencies and digital consumption habits in Switzerland.
European Business Reads: Digital Marketing Survey, AI Capital of Europe, and Women in Digital Switzerland
We’re starting off July strong with insightful articles about AI research commissioned by the Mayor of London, the results of the 2018 Digital Marketing survey results, and Women in Digital Switzerland.
European Business Reads: The EU’s Copyright Reform, unlucky number 13, and Censorship
In the past few weeks, there has been a lot of talk about the new EU’s Internet Copyright Reform. here's selection of articles on the topic.
My Fave Five: A Martech and Digital Transformation Industry News Roundup
When we talk about how a new technology has the potential to revolutionize a way we do our work, we need to understand first how the technology functions.
European Business Reads: Digital Potential and Content Marketing
This is the first in a series of weekly curated posts across the web, highlighting the news from growing European business and digital marketing environment.
Why Your Business Needs a Community
If brand advocates and online communities are assets that can bring value to a business over the lifetime of the company, then why are so few brands today investing in the resources needed to cultivate community?