What’s new in the industry

In 2016, you may be forgiven for thinking that a brand must be everywhere now. After all, expectations around buyer service now defy the laws of physics. Miss a customers moment of need, and you may not get another chance.
Thats why youve most likely sat through many brainstorms around your or your clients omnichannel approach debating how will we use insert new hot new ephemeral geo fenced live streaming video social platform?
In the coming twelve months, average brands will keep pursuing that approach. But these discussions are like having an Internet of Things strategy. They concentrate on the how rather than the why. They concentrate on technology possibilities, rather than putting customers needs and wants 1st.
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