The mere mention of Las Vegas evokes sensory overload, but when you add 153,000 tech enthusiasts and 3,100 exhibitors occupying nearly 1.9 million square feet of exhibit space for the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (January 10-13), it’s an explosion!.
Case-Mate CES 2012 Recap As a fashionista living in Manhattan, the thought of going to the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was quite intimidating. After all, I prefer a PC over a Mac and my old BlackBerry
Today’s connected consumer suffers from what can only be termed the “Times Square Effect.” The other night, I walked out of a Broadway show and was immediately bombarded by the neon signs and noisy soundtracks of brands trying to
As Kaplow’s new summer intern, I was fortunate to attend the 140 Characters Conference in NYC this year. While I was there, I had the privilege of listening to Hank Wasiak, Jay Ehret, DJ Khaled, Matt Gibbs and Mark Horvath
New York Internet Week is upon us again, and Kaplow’s Kdrive social media team (@chaimhaas @rgedarov @beasocial @whoaadreambig @badashdesigns) have been busy attending as many events as possible. On Monday morning, I attended a panel hosted at the Four Points
Foursquare: Is it a game you played on the playground; or is it a game you play in the palm of your hand, with your city as the playground? Neither, actually. Though just as playful, foursquare is more useful than
I was fortunate to attend multiple panels during Social Media. The panel entitled “National Brand Voices & Hyperlocal Audiences: What is Engagement?” caught my attention. The discussion focused on how brands can best utilize social media at a local and
“We prefer Seventeen Universe,” says the publication’s Editor-in-Chief Ann Shoket, in reference to the far-too-antiquated term, “magazine” presented in her introduction at last week’s Social Media Week panel. Moderated by AdAge’s Kunur Patel, “The Big Shift: Brands, Media & Consumers