How we predicted the box-office revenue of "The Dark Tower”

Netflix is well-known for its data-driven approach to content creation, as seen with by the success of the $100m production “House of Cards” and Oscar-winning documentary “The Square”. This video-on-demand service provider, which disrupted the market in recent years, can rely on the data its 104 million subscribers generate. But who says you need 104 million subscribers to predict the success of a movie?

Cybersecurity Law: China builds its new Great Wall

In June 2017, China’s newly-established cybersecurity law came into effect. The law refines rules about personal information protection and related sanctions, and defines rules about cross-border data transmission. The establishment of the law standardises network operators’ rights and duties in Chinese cyberspace, and sets forth clear guidelines regarding data use both for local companies and international brands operating in China. Should these new laws be cause for concern for Western multinational brands and tech companies?

Connected cars: could data reconcile consumers’ expectations with manufacturers’ reality?

There are some seriously crazy figures being thrown around about the connected car market. The biggest consulting firms and financial analysts estimate that it will be worth $500 billion by 2025 (compared to an automotive industry valued at $2,000 billion in 2016)* – an enormous ratio. What does “connected cars” actually mean? There are many different types of applications, including everything from a simple GPS and infotainment to extending one’s house with a new living room space, and even personalised smart driving.

BrandTalk by fifty-five: facing the tech revolution, the automotive industry is reinventing itself

On May 11, fifty-five hosted an informal discussion about technology and the automotive industry, the first instalment of its “BrandTalk” series. The series, which takes the form of an open conversation club, is piloted by fifty-five and seeks to bring together players in a given industry with diverse backgrounds, so that everyone might benefit from different points of view on subjects relating to digital media and data.

Is in-housing media buying a miracle cure? Part 2

It is no secret that the digital revolution is completely transforming the role of media agencies, since Search or programmatic campaigns are not managed the same way as TV or print budgets were in the past. This shift also affects media buying!
Faced with this new order, in-housing has emerged as a fitting solution for a growing number of advertisers – integrated first by pure players. As their business models are changed by the digital transformation, more and more advertisers are taking this step, with varying stakes.
Despite being an established trend, in-housing somehow remains little-discussed. fifty-five’s Pierre Harand, Managing Director France, volunteered to share some tips for responding to the most frequently asked questions for advertisers.

 

What does media buying in-housing mean for the future of agencies? Part 1

It is no secret that the digital revolution is completely transforming the role of media agencies, since Search or programmatic campaigns are not managed the same way as TV or print budgets were in the past. This shift also affects media buying!
Faced with this new order, in-housing has emerged as a fitting solution for a growing number of advertisers and despite being an established trend, it remains little-discussed. fifty-five’s Pierre Harand, Managing Director France, volunteered to share some tips for responding to the most frequently asked questions for advertisers.

I’m a data analyst

By all accounts, I have the sexiest job of the century*. 
I’m not a model or a rock star - I’m a data analyst.

Google Marketing Next 2017: What you should remember

Google Marketing Next − the yearly big event for the Mountain View giant, dedicated to its advertising products for measurement and activation – took place in San Francisco from 22 to 24 May. 55 was there, and took note of three trends and major announcements from Google.

 

Applying Big Data to online merchandising

How does Big Data allow us to predict customer behaviour and to optimise merchandising? How does data science applied to merchandising translate into concrete business wins?

Adobe Summit 2017: What You Should Remember

This year’s Adobe Summit EMEA was held in London on May 10th and 11th, and, as usual, conferences were full of useful information. The 2017 theme echoed last year’s (the Client): Customer Experience. The Summit is always highly anticipated, as it is the moment where big announcements are made about upcoming changes for Adobe tools and their various uses. Beyond the notable presence of Colin Firth (!), we jotted down the following announcements:

Adobe, Oracle and Salesforce enter into their own Game of Martech Thrones against Google

The three SaaS giants are acquiring marketing technology tools and emerging as competitors of Google, who wishes to lock down the market as it did for adtech.
The line between adtech and martech is becoming blurrier, but it’s not by chance that these two worlds have been moving closer and closer together lately. Au contraire, it proves that companies specialised in SaaS solutions intend to take back some ground from Google.

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