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— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) June 16, 2016
The music business is notoriously competitive. Not only are new artists doing their best to be discovered, but established acts must work hard to remain relevant and interesting.
Here are a few disruptive guerrilla stunts that caused a stir in the music industry and with the public:.
Via Hotcow Experiential Marketing
In order to keep pace with modern consumers, the MI industry needs a fresh approach to marketing, at least according to Mark Bower, founder and CEO of www.rocksolid.agency his new venture, put together specifically to meet the rapidly evolving needs of MI brands, manufacturers and retailers.
The business boasts that it is founded by ‘passionate music fans and gear nuts’ and that every member of staff, whilst being experienced marketers, ‘is fanatical about music, music production, playing music, live music, musical instruments and music technology’.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) January 1, 2016
Ahead of CES, where smart homes are likely to be a big topic, intelligence firm Strategy Analytics undertook a major research project across Europe/US into smart home take-up and behaviour including the most popular types of smart technology.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) June 25, 2015
— Will Corry (@slievemore) June 15, 2015
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 13, 2015