Category Archive: Companies

Best Buy’s New Store Strategy

News came last week signaling further end to big-box electronics stores. On March 29th, Best Buy announced it would be closing 50 of its  1,100 US stores. The news comes as no surprise… Continue reading

Homeless Controversy Brewing at SXSW

Controversy is brewing at South by Southwest (SXSW) this week after an apparent marketing ploy outside the annual music, film, and interactive media conference in Austin. The advertising agency for SXSW, BBH Labs,… Continue reading

Burberry uses Twitter and Pinterest to Debut New Collection

Burberry is quickly becoming a great example of a brand using social media well. This week, in connection with London’s fashion week, Burberry released previews of its new collection via animated gifs on… Continue reading

Countdown to Super Bowl Ads – Preview

Here’s a sneak peak at one of the Super Bowl Ads premiering tonight. This one is Toyota’s  “Reinvented” 2012 Super Bowl commercial. Toyota Super Bowl Preview -Bryan Nagy

Apple Mini-Stores in Target?

Well, Apple is confirming rumors that it would be putting mini-stores in 25 Target locations. The move seems a bit out of Apple’s comfort zone after it had declined to put locations in… Continue reading

Now this is Creative!

I tweeted this a little bit ago, but I just had to write something about it. We’re surely in a day of information overload, especially when it comes to advertising. With the addition… Continue reading

The Curse of the Non-Digital

Yet again another “non-digital” company is taking a hit, and this time it’s beloved company Kodak. Since its beginnings in the late 1800s, Kodak has been an American staple, but it has announced… Continue reading

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