Two years ago, when Lee Applbaum joined Patrón Spirits as CMO, the casual observer might have thought he had a breezy job ahead.
If there's one thing agencies are known for, it's a quirky work environment that's a far cry from typical corporate offices—including some seriously creative decor. Adweek snooped around a handful of digital agencies to find the most interesting, entertaining and unusual things on marketers' desks that keep their creative juices flowing.
When Andrea Bredau, managing director of talent at Huge, brings in job candidates, she tells them not to wear suits. Take note, newly minted college grads winding down your summer vacations and looking to get a job in digital: You may need some cool, casual gear just to get in the door.
During Tuesday's quarterly earnings report, Apple did not reveal how many smartwatches it has sold since the gadget's wide release in nine countries on April 24. The dearth of particulars has led to a lot of back-of-the-napkin math and speculation, with analysts estimating anywhere between 2 million and 4 million units have shipped.
More than a year after Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of Oculus Rift and virtual reality's promise to transform digital storytelling, major market
Ever since Twitter used drones to create buzzy six-second videos at Cannes last year, the remote-controlled devices have ditched their reputation as weird flying gizmos the military uses in favor of one as a new marketing platform.
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Ever hear of Doostang? Probably not. The careers site, born during the Web 2.0 era, ended up as a poster child for oddly named digital companies.
Meerkat, the South by Southwest darling, surpassed the 300,000 user mark around four days ago and stated
The "First Kiss" short film for Wren was among the grand winners at a new Clio award show this week.