Research shows marketers are struggling with today’s digital tools and massive amounts of data


The annual BRITE conference from Columbia Business School was held on March 5, 2012, its Center on Global Brand Leadership and the New York American Marketing Association (NYAMA) revealed the findings of the first BRITE-NYAMA Marketing Measurement in Transition Study. This research involved the participation of the senior marketing execs from large corporations so that the researchers could obtain an improved understanding of the way that practices are evolving in the following categories: marketing measurement and return on investment, collection and use of data, and the way that traditional and…

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Emerging marketing tools giving way to dynamic results

The Halo Group, a New York based marketing and communications agency, attended the Colombia Business School’s Center on Global Brand Leadership BRITE 2011 conference held on March 2nd, and surveyed attendees on their receptivity to emerging marketing trends. The survey itself made use of new mobile technology, QR codes, as a means to collect data from participants. Scanning the code would take attendees to the mobile site that hosted the survey. Halo’s “Marketing Innovation Reality Check” is a 10 question, multiple choice survey that asks participants to rate their response…

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