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Exponential Ecosystems – Michael Dowd, GroupM Next
By Michael Dowd

Even though we are surrounded by examples of exponential growth -- from smartphones to cloud storage -- often it is difficult for us to see them coming. When brands want to understand which technologies will become the next exponential breakthrough, the key is to observe the rise of ecosystems, not individual products. To accomplish... more

CES Eureka Park: What's Next Beyond Google Glass? – Cary Tilds, GroupM
By Cary Tilds

The annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is filled with hope -- hope to find innovation and inspiration.

Eureka Park stole the show at CES this year. At the center of Eureka Park was the Innovation Awards Showcase featuring those technologies deemed the best by the Consumer Electronics... more

CES 2015: Will What We See in Vegas Stay in Vegas? – GroupM
By Rob Norman

This column was written by Rob Norman, Chief Digital Officer, GroupM; Michael Dowd, Chief Technologist, GroupM Next, and Seth Walters, Senior Partner, MODI Media.

A few short years ago the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo* coincided with the Consumer Electronics Show. Given that industry's stellar record in the... more

CES 2015 Decoded -- Cary Tilds, Chief Innovation Officer, GroupM
By Cary Tilds

Navigate the CES floor and you’re bound to find a series of new terms that haven’t yet made their way onto the official list of words added to the dictionary.

Last year we published our first ... more

Uber and AirBnB: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? – Rob Norman, GroupM
By Rob Norman

If corporate valuations based on the price of the last round of financing are a reliable measure of a company's worth then Uber and AirBnB are now worth in excess of $50 billion.

They have achieved these valuations by delivering on two of the fundamentals of network businesses. In both cases they have pushed utilization of fixed ... more

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