B-to-C Events

B-to-C Events

August 6, 2019

Stunts: Yahoo Finance Promotes its Subscription Product with a Bank Vault

To support its newly launched Premium subscription service, Yahoo Finance gave consumers in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal the combination to its vault. Well, almost. On July 23, the brand activated a giant, beaming bank vault stunt stuffed with branded money bags, gold stacks and fake $100 dollar bills, and invited commuters and other...

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August 5, 2019

How ESPN Leveraged Tentpole Moments in Sports to Go Beyond Linear TV

Consumers today can turn to any number of streaming platforms and networks to enjoy sports-related content. So, to engage fans where they are—and not just in their living rooms—ESPN launched an event series surrounding tentpole moments in sports, each featuring experiences tailored to those particular groups of sports fans. Dubbed “ESPN House,” the series’ first...

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August 5, 2019

How Brands ‘Win with Millennials’ and More: Six Things Marketers Have Said

Before ball pits and Instagram museums were making mainstream news, experiential marketers were carefully chipping away at strategies to engage the once dismissed millennial generation. Armed with insights that millennials craved experiences over things—shared experiences, especially—brands recognized a pathway for engagement through experiential programs. The Case Foundation’s latest Millennial Impact Report details 10 years-worth of...

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August 1, 2019

How KinderCare’s Experiential Tour is Engaging Three Targets

For working families, choosing a child care and early childhood education program is an important and often confusing decision given the many options. So, to engage parents and their children, and even teachers, in its curriculum and story, KinderCare Education, a private provider in accredited early learning nationwide, created the Tiny Schoolhouse experiential tour. Activating...

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