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July 31, 2019

10 Years of Data on Millennials and Causes: How Brands Fit In

If you think cause marketing tie-ins are an event trend, think again. The latest research contained in the annual Millennial Impact Report, produced by the Case Foundation, reveals that millennials not only want to do good (and want companies and brands to do good)—they want to do more. The 2019 study, which takes into account...

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May 22, 2019

State Farm Q&A: On Entering the Esports Business as a Non-endemic Brand

For brands that are non-endemic to the esports space and looking for an example to follow, State Farm should do the trick. Just this year, the insurance company announced a multi-year sponsorship of the Overwatch League as well as a sponsorship of the incredibly popular professional Fortnite streamer, DrLupo. The brand was also the first...

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November 21, 2018

Highlights and Insights From our Inaugural Conference for Esports Marketers

Esports is on pace to outpace the NFL, according to a 2018 study by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Goldman Sachs predicts it will at least reach a comparable size to the NFL by 2022. But despite its growing scope, popularity and its legions of passionate fans, for many brands, esports is still a mystery. This October, Event Marketer...

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July 20, 2018

State Farm Activates a ‘Neighborhood of Good’ of Tiny Houses at Governors Ball

State Farm has targeted music- and cause-loving millennials with its “Here to Help” lounges at festivals for the last several years. At Governors Ball in New York City, June 1-3, State Farm activated its newest cause-marketing platform, Neighborhood of Good, with a “neighborhood” of tiny houses that allowed festivalgoers to engage in different acts of...

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July 6, 2018

Why the Industry is Embracing the Tiny House Trend

Five brand activations that leveraged the ‘less is more’ mentality  Tiny houses are a big thing right now—the object of TV shows, lifestyle websites and magazine photo spreads. Their dimensions, ranging anywhere from 100- to less than 500-square-feet, have made them a popular choice among millennials, baby boomers or anyone looking to downsize and simplify....

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