I'm heading out to Dusseldorf today to speak at Innovation in Sports 2016, an event which kicked off last year at Manchester United's HQ, Old Trafford, and this year has doubled in size and taken on an international flavour, with 2,000 delegates heading over the the Dusseldorf Congress for two-day event.
Each year, we publish a major report into how the world's biggest brands use social media, with the focus bring on the FTSE 100 list of companies. This body of work is now in its 4th year, and the new Battenhall FTSE 100 Social Media Report will be unveiled on 12th September as part of Social Media Week London, at our big event, the Battenhall 2017 Social Media Trends Briefing. Here's how to get involved.
The last week has seen a new app take the world by storm. Pokemon Go is an Augmented Reality (AR) game, brought to us by the 20 year old Nintendo Franchise, that sees users walk through the real world, capturing virtual Pokemon.
The secret's out. The numbers are in. Use the Mayfair filter, ask a question, no exclamation marks, not too much content, and you'll do just fine on Instagram. That's according to new data that has been collated, crunched and released by TrackMaven on how the Fortune 500 companies use everyone's favourite Facebook-owned photo and video-sharing social network.
This week I had the privilege of delivering one of the keynote talks at Vision, the annual conference on all things media and creativity, which took place in Bristol. The two-day conference included speakers such as Uber's general manager Fred Jones, PR god Mark Borkowski, Tim Westwell, co-founder of Pukka (the tea people!), National Trust's Tom Barker and Channel 4's Geoff White.