Digiday+ Research: Going into 2022, agencies are still spooked about the Great Resignation

The agency world is riding into 2022 in high spirits, but the Great Resignation — and talent…

‘We want to be in the places where they’re going to be’: How Shutterfly is reintroducing itself to younger shoppers

Shutterfly has recently rolled out its largest marketing effort to date.  Since late last year, the…

‘That weight is very heavy’: Minority-owned agencies grapple with spike in work as the industry makes good on DE&I promises

This story is part of Digiday’s Masters of Uncertainty series, a look at people and companies…

How a Black, female-founded agency is creating space for more than straight, white men

Conversations around diversity, equity and inclusion have simmered down since reaching a fever pitch back in…

As competition between sports and esports heats up, traditional sports teams make headway into gaming, CES panel

Esports and traditional sports fandom have converged during the Covid-19 pandemic, pushing companies on both sides…

At CES 2022, Beauty brands begin to step into the metaverse

This article was first reported on — and published by — Digiday sibling Glossy While CES’s…

‘Creating a loose federation’: Stagwell Group’s Jason Reid is buying pieces of the next agency holding company

This story is part of Digiday’s Masters of Uncertainty series, a look at people and companies…

‘People doing the work have more power’: We Are Rosie founder Stephanie Olson on freelance network’s growth, war on talent

Freelance marketplace We Are Rosie has grown dramatically since it was founded nearly four years ago…

‘It changes the value proposition of gaming’: A CES Q&A with THNDR Games CEO Desiree Dickerson

In 2021, the video game industry experienced the rise of alternative business models, including free-to-play titles…

2022’s dealmaking is already underway, will it be a year of smaller, better, cheaper?

One safe prediction for 2022 is that there’ll be more dealmaking in the ad tech sector.…