Amazon’s AR push: The ecommerce giant has opened an in-person hair salon to show off its new augmented reality (AR) tools. Were Amazon to integrate AR into its site, it could make this experimental mode of shopping commonplace.
Here's why some consumers don't buy eco-friendly products
Lululemon wants consumers to return their leggings: The company is piloting a way to recycle or resell used products with sustainability in mind, and customers will receive store credit for their old clothes.
Snap earnings: The social media company reports its Q1 earnings today, offering a first glimpse into social media advertising in 2021. Read on for three things on our watch list.
In this Meet the Analyst Webinar, Jeremy Goldman, eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence, explains how winning organizations are staying ahead of the competition by delivering best-in-class post-purchase experiences for their customers.
How many rural hospitals shuttered in 2020?
On today's episode, we discuss why companies are now making a sustainability push, examples of companies incorporating sustainability practices, and how much sustainability initiatives really matter to consumers. We then talk about the potential impact of a new Digital Markets Unit regulatory body, and what store closures and returning to the office look like in the UK. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analysts at Insider Intelligence Karin von Abrams and Victoria Petrock.
Nielsen versus the networks: The ratings giant rejected demands for an independent audit following accusations of undercounting; citing its existing auditing partnership with the Media Rating Council.