How Nestlé Germany Stayed One Step Ahead Of GDPR

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in May, Nestlé Germany was ready. Germany’s data collection laws have been notoriously austere for decades, much to the chagrin of some digital players. National laws – such as the Federal Data Protection Act, the Criminal Code, the Civil Code, the Telecommunications Act and Telemedia ActContinue reading »

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Data Driven And Daring: The 10 Boldest Marketers

by Allison Schiff, Alison Weissbrot, Sarah Sluis, James Hercher and Ryan Joe Getting a big brand to shift its marketing approach is about as easy as moving a planet out of orbit. Yet, many see the writing on the wall: If they don’t change, consumers will leave them behind. As such, big marketers have toContinue reading »

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Nestle Canada’s Programmatic In-House Strategy Thinks Global, Acts Local

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Nestle Canada is exercising more control over its programmatic and first-party data practices, said Melissa Savage, the food and drink company’s programmatic activation manager in the country. But unlike within an ad agency holding company, which tries to centralize programmatic knowledge, brand transformation must occur regionally. Take the company’s plan to ramp up native videoContinue reading »

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