A lot has changed this quarter in the world of social media but here are four that we think deserve attention as we venture off into 2017 and what social strategies are to come this year.
There’s an enormous amount of content out there so understanding what will make your piece a priority to your audience is incredibly important.
I have often been frustrated with Korean corporate culture, leadership and talent management. In my view, no other country in the world comes close...
Apple, Google, Tesla, and Microsoft sit atop the list of most innovative companies according to The Boston Consulting Group.
Spending by Chinese tourist is fast-approaching US$1 trillion. Fuelled by a desire for great experiences, comfortable accommodation, and fine dining.
Pepsi, T-Mobile and Mr. Clean are at the top of the most mentioned brands on Twitter during this year's live telecast of Super Bowl.
Sadly the success rate for Korean firms entering overseas markets is poor—even with the support of highly dedicated Korean government agencies such as KOTRA.
Experience-driven commerce requires that retailers reimagine what shopping looks like. It’s more about telling a story rather than telling the customer why they should buy the product.