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Lessons from 360i’s Marketing Leadership Summit: Positional Power

360i’s annual Summit is not only a fantastic place for marketers to exchange ideas and learn from each other, but also an opportunity to be inspired. During this year’s Summit, the audience heard from industry leaders about leveraging the power of your personality and knowledge, but some of the most inspiring moments came from stories around […]

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Where to Find 360i at Advertising Week

Next week, advertisers, marketers, agency folk, brand executives and more will convene in New York City’s Time Square for the 13th annual Advertising Week. The week will host leaders in the marketing and entertainment industries for programming designed to share their visions, passions and practices for the advertising industry. 360i will be out in full […]

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Lessons From 360i’s Marketing Leadership Summit: Content Power

Everyone knows the saying, “Knowledge Is Power” and marketers in particular know this notion could not be truer. Whether it is behavioral audience insights that inspire the next brand campaign or historical content performance that helps strengthen a pitch, the continued and increasing availability of data and knowledge allows us to produce measurably better work. […]

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Monthly Hot Jobs: Browse 360i’s Latest Openings

It’s September, are you missing that back-to-school feeling? A new job could be just the thing! And at 360i, there’s no need to sweat new school supplies, awesome pens and agency swag, including the most comfortable hoodie known to man, come with the gig. Check out some of our hot, new openings below and apply via our careers site. Marketing […]

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Author and Bravo Star, Jill Kargman On Marketing to Modern Day Moms

Jill Kargman is an author, life-long New Yorker, and star of Bravo’s hit comedy series Odd Mom Out. Her creative output, whether for her novels or her on screen character Jill Weber (a parody of herself and her family), reimagines how society and marketers think of modern day moms, Upper East siders and even ‘socialites’, a characterization […]