The MMA Global Indonesia Brand Safety & MarTech 2023 Report delves into different viewpoints, insights, and effective approaches regarding brand safety strategies and the implementation of marketing technology. This comprehensive report will serve as an invaluable resource for industry professionals by providing them with a wealth of insights, trends and data to stay ahead of the curve.
In the past couple of years, Southeast Asia saw accelerated growth and changes in the technology landscape due to the COVID pandemic businesses experienced a boom in e-commerce, digital behaviors are normalized among consumers, and B2C engagement had adapted to the digital space. Now that it’s a norm for consumers to shop omnichannel and across multiple digital platforms, the next challenge for brands is to enhance consumers’ shopping experience and strengthen engagement in the future of integrated commerce.
The MMA Global Indonesia Brand Safety & MarTech report explores various perspectives, insights and best practices on brand safety strategy and marketing technology implementation. In this report you will find the result of Brand Safety Survey run by the MMA Global Indonesia specifically for marketers in Indonesia.
The report is a first-of-its-kind toolkit for marketers to steer brand safety, from understanding the issue to responding to critical incidents. It will also help in answering key questions such as who is responsible for brand safety and developing a culture of brand safety to manage external and unpredictable threats to your brand.
MMA India, a part of MMA Global, which is the world’s leading not-for-profit marketing trade body, along with GroupM unveiled its Annual Report - Modern Marketing Reckoner 2022: Building Winning Marketing Organisations. The report is a ready reckoner to enable marketers to build winning marketing organisations. It is inspired by the MMA Global report which finds that the differential in sales growth performance for firms with low and high marketing capability fit is 3X or three times.
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