There is a major force dramatically shaping the consumer business space — one that, while gradual, will have a critical impact on how brands interact with consumers, how marketers engage in their craft, and how businesses perform: the consumer landscape is becoming increasingly more regulated.
In their latest white paper, our Industrial Technology and Innovation Practice‘s Colin Graham, John Hambley, Steve Martano, Don McMurchy, and Alan Renne untangle and demystify the complexities of digital to show that there is no true starting and endpoint on the digital journey. Writing in The Journey to Digital: You Are Further Along Than You […]
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