Tamara Littleton doesn’t think a change is coming. She thinks a change is already here. As CEO of Emoderation , an agency providing community management and social media consultancy, it’s her job to anticipate industry transformation and help clients pivot. Well, the time for pivoting has come.
If you think the Super Bowl is just for men, you aren't paying attention. Data shows that women, who already engage with brands online more than men, also overwhelmingly watch the Super Bowl for ads. Brands, pay attention.
#NewWayToWork explores how the workplace is evolving in the face of collaborative technologies, and this event specifically highlighted influencers in the UK and Ireland. We hosted an exclusive handful of digital thought leaders to discuss innovations, challenges, and next steps. Euan Semple couldn’t be with us in person at the event, but he kindly agreed to answer a few of our questions about how the way we work is changing, and fast.
We talked to British digital thought leader Luke Brynley-Jones on what millennials really want, how smartphones are changing the way we do business, and why email addiction might be the biggest challenge to the modern workplace.
As a follow-up for the #NewWayToWork event in London, we have an exclusive interview with digital influencer, Christina Lattimer, of People Discovery UK. She talks millennials in the workforce, transparency, and the speed of business in the digital workplace.