Following are my personal thoughts on what will be interesting and important in the world of digital marketing and ecommerce for 2013. As is traditional for my trends, there are around seventeen of them.
Uniqlo is to implement an experiential and social media campaign that will see the public using their footsteps to power displays at its two flagship London stores during October, using an innovative floor surface that converts footsteps into energy.
On the weekend we showed you Samsung's new 46 inch inch Transparent Windows LCD display, which Samsung has been showing off at this years CES and now Samsung has confirmed that they are putting this interesting display into production.
The word digital means different things to different people, but for the purposes of what follows it must be understood to involve digital displays and widgets that make shopping more interactive, if not more straightforward.
Joss Davidge, Business Director of brand experience agency BEcause, continues his weekly quest for marketing ideas that get people talking. This week he looks at how technology is changing when and where we make purchases in the real world.
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