Ok, so by now you have heard of Apple‘s newest gadget, the iPad, and all the jokes that surfaced inspired by its infamous name. You might ask yourself why, why wouldn’t you call it the iSlate or an other name than something that sounds like a feminine hygiene product? Well, the answer probably resides in […]
Last week, CableFAX announced their finalists in its 2010 Best of the Web Awards, honoring the cable industry’s top Web sites, online campaigns and initiatives. Winners will be announced and honored at an awards luncheon on April 28 at the Grand Hyatt in NYC. CableFAX will also salute the people behind the scenes making these […]
June 2009, New York, NY — Interactive Blog Show Launching to Educate Businesses on How to Conduct Niche Social Media Marketing Campaigns on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Etc. Niche social media and networking experts from the around the globe are teaming up to collaborate with WomenPartner International on the launch of its weekly 90 minute […]
Well, Day 2 at Licensing Expo was a big success. Savvy Strategy met with an array of current and potential clients in the Licensing Industry. The great thing about this Industry is that it has been a stable for over 20+ years and continues to grow — although is still experiencing a challenging time right […]
Great day yesterday at Day 1 of Licensing Expo. We saw some old brands and some new brands. Old friends and new friends. Disney is re-invigorating Mickey, which we liked seeing. We also saw a new brand like Chu the Peak Mouse, that is looking for representation to develop into a world-wide animated series. Transformers […]
A quick tip on how to be a better Client and Marketer.
Image by Rico-san via Flickr I was recently introduced by a friend and former colleague to Ted Talks. I had always known about the conference, but not that they were hosting all of the talks via video on their site. I was amazed and so excited by it. So, I went and took a look. […]
Image via CrunchBase Now, we’re starting to see some smart things happening in Media. But unfortunately for the San Francisco Chronicle and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, it may be a too little too late. However, one of my favorite iconic newspapers, The New York Times, is finally getting smart. From my local Brooklyn blog, Brownstoner, it […]