As digital services become mainstream and consumer behaviors continue to evolve with this shift, brands must keep up to drive relevance and preference. To help brands navigate the modern marketing challenges, MMA in partnership with GroupM and Google present Ecosystem Report 2021: Modern Marketing, that brings together consumer behavior and digital strategies to help brands advance their digital marketing maturity, with case studies on various trends such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Measurement, and Programmatic.
Culture Group and MMA present Enter The Metaverse: Virtual Worlds, Real Value - a webinar on the future of community attention, culture, and commerce. This webinar is being presented as part of MMA’s mission to #SHAPETHEFUTURE of marketing.
Bringing together marketers, technologists and creators, the session highlights how the convergence of gaming, blockchain and social engagement present a new future for brands and consumers to engage in virtual environments enabled by Web3.
As more businesses continue to invest in MarTech solutions, and the Indonesian marketing landscape continues to evolve, it is crucial for marketers to identify trends and best practices that will help them accelerate business growth.
In line with MMA’s mission to continuously enlighten, empower and enable marketers to shape the future of modern marketing, we have developed the MMA Indonesia MarTech Report 2021. It includes valuable insights into Indonesia’s MarTech landscape, delving into topics such as advertising and promotion, content and experience, and commerce and sales.
The world has forever changed and during these challenging times, marketers need to innovate to both adapt and gain competitive advantage. Many are looking to data and artificial intelligence to help them improve marketing performance and drive revenue. Join consumer intelligence provider Mobilewalla and Smartfren, a leading Indonesian telecommunications company, to learn more about:
Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it." Charles Dudley Warner had it right ... until now. Weather is perhaps the single largest external swing factor in business performance – responsible for nearly half a trillion dollars in economic impact in the U.S. alone each year. Weather has been proven to affect emotion, behavior, and purchase habits, along with having impacts on supply chain, pricing, product assortment, and even staffing.