If people are willing to stand in line for an hour for a free taco, imagine how they will react to free stuff delivered to their door on a regular basis.
NewMediaMetrics released the results of its annual LEAP survey today, which indexed the twenty-five most loved brands in the U.S.. The iPhone came in first, and 12 of the 25 are tech brands.
The young startup has landed clients including The Travel Channel, Nestle, and The New York Giants, and it’s just pulled in $2.25M from angel investors.
Martini Media is a digital advertising company that works with luxury brands to the small percentage of consumers who spend the most — the wealthy.
The new umbrella company aims to be “the world’s largest fashion subscription e-commerce company.”
It has 33 million members around the world and is predicted to generate over $400 million sales in 2014.
The Israeli startup makes mobile fashion games that give brands the opportunity to get their merchandise in front of style-savvy consumers.
Nestivity founder Henry Min said Twitter is the most powerful communication tool out there, and yet brands don’t make the most of it.
Scoop.it combines semantic analysis of 10 million Web pages with human curation to help brands publish relevant content.
Warby Parker is known for being one of the most tech-savvy fashion brands out there. The e-retailer of eyeglasses recently opened its first physical store and is building its own point-of-sale system to go in it.
Gutcheck has raised $4 million for its on-demand market research community where brands can quickly get answers to their “burning questions.”
Today the New York-based online retailer unveiled a new global brand identity along with site improvements to further enhance the customer experience.
Quill is a digital marketing company that today announced raising $1.5 million to accommodate growing demand for its content.
JOOR is using software to make the journey from runway to retail stores as smooth as walking down a catwalk. The company is on track to do more than $350 million in transactions in 2013, which is more than three times the amount from 2012.
MinoMonsters is a mobile gaming startup that released major updates to the game today and shared some news surrounding the company’s progress.
That vision has produced events where Activision and the State Department, QuikSilver and the Gates Foundation rub shoulders with music industry giants. And where beauty and fashion — Diane von Furstenberg — meet brains and technology: Google Glass.
Video advertising platform Virool raises $6.6 million in seed funding, which is the largest seed round in Y Combinator’s history.
Even though 90% of our users are on Facebook, it doesn’t mean they want to work there.
Social media marketing company Fetch Plus has closed $720,000 in seed financing. Fetch raised this round just two months after completing the JFDI-Innov8 Bootcamp and is the first company out of the program to announce follow-up funding since the May 4 demo day.
Apple was named the most valuable brand in the world today, overtaking four-time brand leader Google, according to Millward Brown’s Brandz 2011 report.