March 21, 2019 New York, New York “The first installment of the 2019 Elevate series, Elevate: AI, will focus on the ever-growing influence of AI on the marketing ecosystem. Artificial intelligence continues to permeate all facets of life, with marketers incorporating its capabilities into their campaigns, customer experience, and business ventures. At Elevate: AI Adweek […]

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As Google Cloud Next opened today in San Francisco, Accenture announced its intent to acquire Cirruseo, a French cloud consulting firm that specializes in Google Cloud intelligence services. The companies did not share the terms of the deal. Accenture says that Cirruseo’s strength and deep experience in Google’s cloud-based artificial intelligence solutions should help as […]

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Why Marketers Need to Push for Inclusivity in Music

It connects them on a deeper level with their consumers and culture

Women are increasingly demanding a seat at the table. This cultural shift means marketers need to rethink female representation in their marketing to general audiences, particularly as they use music to engage consumers.

Consider the data on music’s gender gap. Only 9 percent of the 899 individuals who were nominated for a Grammy Award between 2013 and 2018 were women, according to data compiled by professor Stacy L. Smith of the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative.