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After seven years of total obsession with the digital and mobile disruption that has taken place in local marketing, I have decided to step down from my position as Street Fight’s CEO. As an entrepreneur, you feel a deep attachment to the company/product/ideas you birthed into the world, and I feel good about the passing of the baton to my co-founder, David Hirschman.
Local Merchant Report Analyst Offers Office Hours for the First Time May 1, 2017 by Laura Rich Leave a Comment Filed Under: Street Fight Insights For most companies in the local marketing technology sector, local merchants are the backbone of the industry, the massive potential and promise of the disruptive, transformative solutions that have exploded onto the scene in the last ten years.
<—-Back to Street Fight OCT. 25TH, 2016 • Tribeca Next price increase 9/28/2016 — register now and save! Street Fight Summit explores the dynamic innovation taking place in the way businesses market to, transact with, and stay connected to consumers at the local level. Get your ticket now and join thousands of innovators and influencers in local who have experienced Street ...
Why Are Enterprise Marketers Such a Slippery, Elusive Market? July 5, 2016 by Laura Rich Leave a Comment Filed Under: Uncategorized 6 The truth is, they aren’t. But when it comes to local, they’re often sticking to the tried-and-true — which means traditional media and email marketing. In a survey we conducted of 200 executives at some of the biggest brands and retailers, ...
Product Description Combining results from a survey of 500 local businesses conducted by Thrive Analytics for Street Fight and in-depth interviews with merchants and operators, the third edition of The Local Merchant Report is the only resource for understanding how merchants are approaching local marketing.
New York City is a buzz of anything you want, anywhere you want it, at almost any time you want it: Cars come when they’re called. Chinese food is delivered seemingly before you put down the phone. Personal assistants fetch the tiniest, most frivolous items. Hair stylists will come to your home, and bodegas are open twenty-four hours a day. This is basic New York.
The third-annual Mobile Media Summit Chicago is on July 29th at the exclusive Mid-American Club. The summit will bring together the biggest names in advertising and marketing to discuss how mobile is changing the media mix for hundreds of senior agency, media, brand and publisher executives. We have a terrific lineup of speakers including Matthew Jackson, General Manager of Di ...