dyzio is the first of its kind in the marketing tech arena and a solution to the complex world of influencer marketing campaign management. It will enable collaboration between brands, agencies and influencers, allowing them to create, distribute and amplify campaigns for any channel in one simple, secure platform.
dyzio was co-founded by advertising executive Matt Hebden and platform architect Laurie Bantin in 2016, after identifying a need to streamline and centralise the influencer marketing process.
Mew has been the IAB’s Chief Operating Officer since September 2014. He joined in November 2008 as the first Head of Mobile, before moving into the role of Director of Mobile and Operations which involved merging mobile into the core part of the business. This year mobile overtook desktop to become the biggest digital platform, in terms of display adspend.
Mew has worked across a variety of media and prior to the IAB held senior marketing roles at Freeserve and Orange. [more…]
Technology leader in blog and influencer marketing blogfoster (www.blogfoster.com) headquartered in Berlin, is looking to open up a local office in London. The Berlin based tech start-up, founded in 2013, has created a scalable software solution that connects advertisers, bloggers and influencers.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) December 13, 2016
UK retailers are missing out on £2bn in online revenue each year due to slow websites and not having guest checkouts, according to a new report on ecommerce performance, by online retailing specialist Summit. Argos and Sainsbury’s topped the table of the UK’s 50 biggest retailers, with John Lewis, Screwfix and Tesco following closely behind.
The bottom position is jointly held by Dorothy Perkins, Superdrug, Topshop, and Evans with a score of 56%. Topshop scored only 13% for online customer service, as a result of slow response times and limited contact options for customers. To find out more and to download the full report, visit summit.co.uk/scorecard