India houses the third-largest cluster of startups in the world, which means nurturing them back to their feet can ensure an untold boost to employment rates, drawing maximum FDI channels to the country again. Startups want Nirmala Sitharaman to provide the ecosystem a more focused approach in terms of access to capital, allocation of more funds by the government, policy reforms for ease of doing business and creating a more supportive ecosystem in view of the pandemic’s impact.
The past two years have been very difficult for all in general. The new normal in a world where Covid-19, unfortunately, has become part of our life and will bring about many changes in the way businesses will be conducted, and more importantly the way we live our life. The Union Budget 2022 -23 is being keenly watched by many sectors. The 3rd & 4th quarters of 2021 did see the economy looking up, the third wave or Omnicron which hit us in mid-December was the dampener.
Just 12 days remain for the Union Budget 2022-2023 to be presented by the Finance Minister on February 1, 2022. Having an optimistic foresight with this year’s Budget, 66% of the marketers expect their budgets to increase this year (DCMN Growth Guide). Adgully reached out to cross-section of industry leaders to know about their expectations from the upcoming Budget.
Ahead of the Budget 2022-23 to be presented by Union Finannce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1, startup and Tech Industries have put forth their demands and expectations. Experts from the sector want the government to give incentives to the sector in order to brave the pandemic challenges, which have re-occurred with the rise of omicron variant across the globe.
The Modern Marketing Reckoner Report 2021 was developed to help businesses move forward and gain leverage in the online marketing industry. It will provide valuable insights on the latest modern marketing strategies, as well as comprehensive coverage on topics including how to plan for post-IDFA mobile marketing strategies, the role of the rising e-sport industry for marketers, cashless society, and the new era of programmatic mobile video advertising.
MMA India, in association with mFilterIt, has published the Ad Fraud Elimination Guidelines recommending best practices to combat the challenge through collaborative endeavours of advertisers, agencies and the publishers.
This approach recommends, for the first time ever, how advertisers, agencies and publishers can collaboratively work together, implementing best practices, to combat ad-fraud collectively and holistically. Only then a trust can be ensured throughout the value chain building an effective, RoI driven, and synergetic digital advertising ecosystem.
Preventing mobile fraud can seem like a futile effort. Fraudsters are constantly evolving and coming up with sophisticated new ways to siphon marketing dollars from acquiring real customers. How should marketers safeguard their apps? This webinar will offer an inside look at how leading companies are combating mobile fraud. Attendees will learn about the types of mobile fraud, how to identify if it’s happening to you and discuss proven real-world tactics to reduce fraud and establish controls to protect your advertising spend.
You’ve done an audit and discovered serious fraud violations, now what? From the perspective of marketers, this lively discussion will talk about the value and benefit of getting a handle on fraud, how to monitor signals to dynamically block and establish controls in real-time, and advice on collaborating with partners and networks.