18 May, 2015

Digital Dose Snippets

Digital Dose Snippets: Forbes’ list of The World’s Most Valuable Brands Cont’d…

Monday dose of the latest stories you need to know surrounding all things marketing and tech from around the web…

Continuing from last week,
Today’s Digital Dose will highlight newsworthy must-know about
the next
top 10 World’s Most Valuable Brands [
Forbes] in 2015

 #11. Walt Disney

This 5 inspirational marketing lessons from Disney [iMedia Connection]

Globe Telecom and Disney Seal Multiyear Collaboration. Filipinos to enjoy Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, and Maker content via video-on-demand, interactive content and promotions on mobile and broadband [MarketWatch]

Disney World delivers cool summer fun and savings [Fox News]

‘Frozen’ sequel is coming from Disney. Disney on Thursday announced plans for a sequel to Frozen, its $1.27 billion animated global megablockbuster, in the same shareholders meeting where chairman Bob Iger let loose with Star Wars news. [Mashable]

Disney makes $250 million bet on fantasy sports site DraftKings [Mashable]

#12. AT&T

#13. Amazon.com

  • Amazon’s drones will track you down using your smartphone [Digital Trends]
  • Woody Allen really regrets agreeing to do an Amazon series [CNN]
  • Amazon launches AWS Educate to promote cloud learning. Amazon hopes to form the next generation of cloud specialists by bringing its services into the classroom. [ZDNet]
  • Google Set to Face Off With Amazon [WSJ]
  • Wal-Mart Tries to Catch Up With Amazon Prime but Lacks the Speed, Streaming Video [Ad Age]
  • Amazon VP: ‘Anyone working on NFC is focusing on last century’s problem’ [Mashable]

#14. Louis Vuitton

  • French Luxury Goods Tycoon Bernard Arnault Brings LVMH To Palm Springs [Forbes]
  • Louis Vuitton inspires vacation wardrobe preparations with The Cut mobile effort [Luxury Daily]
  • Sephora Deal With JD.com Comes With Greater Logistics Reach. The cosmetics retailer has an e-commerce pact to help sell in China, but the distribution network may be the heart of the deal [WSJ]

#15. Cisco Systems

  • Cisco Joins Race to Boost Internet Speeds for Cable Companies. Networking-equipment giant to unveil gear that can deliver both video programming and broadband access [WSJ]
  • Blair Christie, Chief Marketing Officer at Cisco, Elected to MINDBODY Board of Directors [MINDBODY]
  • Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Mobile Forecast Projects Nearly 10-fold Global Mobile Data Traffic
    Growth Over Next Five Years [Cisco]
  • Cisco Innovations Help Enable Secure Physical and Virtual Workload Portability between Private Clouds
    and Microsoft Cloud [Cisco]
  • Why Cisco CMO Blair Christie embraces the Internet of Things [Mashable]

#16. BMW Group

#17. Oracle

#18. NIKE

#19. Intel

  • Intel builds regional digital marketing hub. Intel will be launching its first digital hub, based in Singapore and
    functioning for the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region.
    [Marketing Interactive]
  • Intel Debuts High-End Xeon Chips for Business Analytics [Top Tech News]
  • Intel Partners Tout Vertical Solutions To Pave The Way In IoT Market [CRN]

#20. Wal-Mart

  • Walmart takes on Amazon Prime [USA TODAY]
  • Walmart takes on Amazon Prime with unlimited shipping for $50 a year. This summer, Walmart will begin testing its $50-per-year service, which offers unlimited shipping in three days or less. [Mashable]
  • An Inside View of Walmart’s Digital Communications Strategy [Social Media Today]

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