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June 15, 2016

Arbella Teaches a Mobile Course in ‘Distractology’

Relaunching a six-year-old program with a fully integrated campaign strategy that mixes a mobile experience with digital engagement and content, Arbella Insurance’s nonprofit arm Arbella Foundation is parking its Distractology simulator experience at schools across southern New England. The simulator, which will make stops at high schools through June and continue while school is in...

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June 10, 2016

AOL Activates a NewFront Block Party in NYC

Ditching staged presentations in favor of block party-style interactions, AOL transformed South Street Seaport in Lower Manhattan for its 2016 NewFront on May 3 with live music and activations. The “choose your own adventure” tactic paralleled the AOL user experience and how consumers curate content today, while introducing media buyers to its digital line-up this...

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June 9, 2016

How Marie Claire Disrupted the Woman’s Conference

Transforming robotic networking into a bicoastal adventure, Marie Claire on March 21 connected 100 women in business on the East Coast with 100 women in business on the West Coast for “Power Trip.” The 36-hour conference designed with the “badass girl boss” and busy woman in mind didn’t waste a moment—including the six-hour plane ride....

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June 9, 2016

Photo Tour: What You Missed at EMS

We came, we saw, we conquered… Denver, baby. The Experiential Marketing Summit, which took place at the Colorado Convention Center May 4-6, attracted more than 1,400 attendees across the event marketing industry. There was networking, demos in the Solutions Center, cheers at the 2016 Ex Awards Gala, and a night of mayhem to let loose...

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June 7, 2016

Three Insights on Fan Experiences from Red Sox CMO Adam Grossman

In April the Boston Red Sox installed a virtual reality dugout activation at Fenway Park, an experience that offers behind-the-scenes and first person viewpoints, and represents yet another example of how sports stadiums have become high-tech playgrounds for fans. The modular replica dugout located in the Kids Concourse (with more being installed throughout the park...

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