The study shows you also use an average of nine software platforms to execute a typical campaign.
And they found the year the most challenging time of their careers, Sitecore reports.
The NewtonX Graph uses APIs to interface with private databases from partners including recruiting firms, professional associations, trade associations and conference organizers, data providers and
search engines such as Dow Jones Factiva, Bing, Google, LinkedIn, and Xing, among others. It scans for professionals that match customer criteria.
As performance and productivity change how we live and work, millennials and Gen X seem most impacted by changes in video-conferencing email, phone, text messages, file sharing and social media.
It's not just the economy, stupid. That's one of the takeaways from the latest edition of Mindshare's COVID-19 tracking research, which in recent weeks began including questions about racial injustice
and police brutality and found that issues related to racism are now the most pressing among Americans. As important as the pandemic and economic downturn have been, riots/looting, the Black Lives
Matter protests, and racial discrimination ranked as the three most urgent issues, according to Mindshare's latest report.
Nearly four in five ad industry professionals object to the idea of their company using a device or app that would trace their contact with other employees while at work, ostensibly to help manage
workplace health related to COVID-19 infections, a study of U.S. ad professionals fielded May 29-31 by workplace social network Fishbowl has found.
PubMatic data shows how advertisers have changed their ad spend across key content categories, regions and media from March 1-7 vs. April 5-11.
Brands face challenges such as reduced budgets and difficulty pulling teams together. Here are some suggestions on how to survive the shutdown.
Black professionals working in the Midwest are most prone to experience prejudice at work, according to findings of "Being Black in Corporate America," an in-depth study of racism in corporate America
released this month by the Center for Talent Innovation. The study, which was sponsored by Interpublic and other major corporations, was conducted by the National Opinion Research Center at the
University of Chicago, and found that Northeastern states were less likely by nearly half to represent a prejudiced corporate work space for Black professionals.
The report, sponsored by Interpublic and other major corporations, found that black professionals hold only 3.2% of all executive or senior leadership roles in the U.S. and less than 1% of all
Fortune 500 CEO positions.
Women of Email serendipitously reached 1,500 members last week on International Women's Day.