Marketing technology performance company, Emark, today announces the agency will rebrand as Wunderman Thompson. This completes Emark’s integration with the global agency network following the acquisition of the business in 2018.
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Challenging. Unpredictable. Disruptive. 2021 has been a tough year for pretty much everyone. Despite the difficulties, at Emark we managed to grow and improve our business in several ways.
We’re proud of how we help our customers here at Emark. And we’re delighted that our efforts have been recognised with a prestigious and highly prized Salesforce Partner Innovation Award.
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Emark is a growth partner that combines technology, data, creativity and consultancy. The agency helps companies create loyal customers.
Emark customers can now simplify and accelerate their Salesforce ecosystem projects thanks to a strategic collaboration between Emark and Vonage, a global cloud communications leader, helping businesses accelerate their digital transformation.
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In 2022 Google Chrome will join Safari and Firefox in phasing out the third-party cookie – a change that’s set to shake up the way many companies personalise their ads and digital marketing campaigns.
What a year – 2020 was a year that no one could have predicted. While we were braced for Brexit uncertainty, being hit by a global pandemic caught many of us by surprise, but by pulling together and adapting quickly, COVID-19 gave us the opportunity to thrive.