There's been fascinating data afoot for digital marketers to learn from in the last week, and we've identified seven particularly interesting numbers for your reading pleasure. Enjoy.
Gilt Groupe co-founder Alexandra Wilkis Wilson is leaving her role at the company she helped nurture from a startup idea to a global enterprise to become co-founder and CEO of Glamsquad, an app offering at-home hair and makeup services,
AppNexus has hired former 24/7 Media CEO Jon Hsu as chief financial officer, adding another veteran of the ad tech world and signaling its ambitions to eventually take the company public.
In an age where print media is trailing digital growth but display ads still aren’t pulling their weight, publishers are looking to e-commerce to drum up some extra revenue.
Whether Starbucks coffee is anything special is a matter of opinion, and yet the brand clearly has many caffeine addicts hooked.
Gilt launched its first TV campaign today, moving its marketing efforts offline with the help of its first media agency, Ocean Media. The Huntington Beach, Calif., independent won the business after a review where the other finalist was WPP’s MediaCom.
Maria Rodale calls herself a writer, cook, organic enthusiast and romance novel lover. Now she can add one more to the list: online retailer.
It's spring, which can only mean one thing: It’s wedding season. Gilt Groupe is tying the knot with Martha Stewart Weddings on its semi-annual bridal sale, which runs across all of Gilt's properties from Gilt Taste to Gilt Home starting today.
Populism may be the theme of the current presidential election, but luxury advertisers are still salivating over a certain segment—let’s call them the 1 percent—of American consumers.
From fashion to food to local deals, there aren’t many luxury retail spaces that flash-sale site Gilt doesn’t already cover.