New York City was hit last weekend by a record-breaking blizzard. Luckily the predictions were fairly accurate this year, giving our New York team time to prepare for the worst and come out unscathed. This week provides even more forecasts for the weather of the marketing world – we’re excited to see which predictions hold out, and which ones are just boys crying wolf…let’s take a look:
In the Vivaldi weekly roundup, you’ll find everything you need to keep up with what’s going down in the world of marketing. See below for the top stories this week.
This was a big week for big announcements across a variety of sectors, from finance to fashion, food, and beyond. Between all the rebranding and unveiling, there was plenty to glean from brands both large and small, and no shortage of surprises. There’s a lot to cover so we’ll get right into it!
This week got off to a rough start, and all of us here at Vivaldi are still in mourning after losing one of the greatest musicians of our time. Fortunately, the late David Bowie left behind much more than just a tremendous catalogue of music, film, and theater: this week we found inspiring this recap of his sage words, which he applied to his art just as much as his business. Meanwhile, the show must go on, and the rest of the week has shown once again that innovation in business and brands is always on the rise.
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Happy New Year! We hope the holidays treated you well, and we’re glad to be back bringing you the latest news in business and brands as we launch into 2016. Hopefully your first week of the year was a bit more interesting than puddle-gazing – but if not, there’s plenty to get excited about when it comes to innovation for the year ahead.
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