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Published on Cmswire written by Dom Nicastro.

Microsoft took advantage of the Adobe Summit in March to get in front of 17,000 marketers and tout its partnership with Adobe. Particularly, Microsoft and Adobe pushed an extension of the Open Data Initiative (ODI) partnership with SAP and their investment in Account-Based Experiences (ABX) with LinkedIn.
Published on Forbes written by Goldie Chan.

Networking at conferences is not always easy - it often feels forced, rushed or worse - completely unhelpful. To understand how to best network at a busy conference, I have tapped into 16 of the biggest and most creative speakers and conference attendees from my recent Adobe Summit trip.
Published in Franchise Leaders Publication, by Mellissah Smith.

The roll out of a successful franchise business in both new and old markets has been tried and tested since the grandfather of franchising, Howard Deering Johnson,
established his first restaurant franchise Quincy in Massachusetts in 1932.
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Published in Franchise Leaders Publication, by Mellissah Smith.

The days of low-cost fit-outs are over with consumers demanding an experience that they would not likely get elsewhere when they venture from their lounge rooms into a retail store.

We have been inundated with new clients, with much bigger projects than we envisaged. We have decided to scale up and that means employing a bunch of people to work with our existing teams.
Published on The Sydney Morning Herald written by Brooke Gibbs.

Australia Day advertising campaigns are fraught with danger as society becomes more politically correct and complaints soar, say industry experts.
By Ian Lloyd Neubauer, published in CEI.ASIA

Insider tips on how to navigate the new wave of marketing tools By Ian Lloyd Neubauer

The core aim of marketing—creating and communicating a brandidentity—hasn’t changed. But in the brave new world of digital overlay,the number of marketing tools to choose from is stupefying. Here weshare eight tried, trusted and trending ways to market your events: