Mike's Industry View - Issue #86
Blade Runner-style photographs capture Tokyo's infrastructure — www.dezeen.com Tom Blachford waited until night to capture photographs of Tokyo's metabolist buildings, which he says look as though they are from "distant future".
The marketing giants have begun to integrate their operations in response to the pressures from clients and the external market. The pros and cons of the four potential next-generation operating models are outlined and PWC offers guidance on determining the best-fit model.
Rob Rasko explores the phenomenon, explaining how and why the brand/agency relationship needs to evolve.
Emirates Vacations is using artificial intelligence for a chatbot that lies within display ads.
"Facebook has played at times a negative role in the political discourse," according to Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes.
Snap Plans Biggest Round of Layoffs Yet - 120 Engineers — cheddar.com Snap Inc. is preparing its largest round of layoffs to date, totaling 120 employees, Cheddar has learned. The cuts will exclusively affect Snap’s engineering department.