Recently, Blue Apron announced a series of pop-up events that will be happening nationwide. These include a retail location in New York with cooking classes and panels, mobile activations in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle, and culinary-inspired movie nights in Minneapolis, Dallas, and Austin.
What do Cadillac, Old Spice, and Lego all have in common? They each have had to make a significant business decision that would change the future of their respective brands and put them back into the hearts and minds of consumers.MORE
The pop-up shop has long been a staple of experiential marketing, piquing interest of passersby all the way from Brooklyn to Beijing. Still, marketing minds across the world continue to design different iterations of these popular experiences. Many of these have come in the form of fashion brands going brick-and-mortar to bring their brands to life, with the likes of Swedish watchmaker Daniel Wellington and menswear specialist Bonobos among those getting in on the action.MORE
As marketers have found more channels and means to communicate their message, the number of branded messages that consumers are exposed to on a given day has ballooned to nearly 5,000. The residual effect has left consumers largely immune to marketing messages, allowing only 100 or so to permeate through their attention wall.MORE
Life insurance company John Hancock promoted its HealthyFood program with a pop-up marketplace in New York's Grand Central Terminal.MORE
Retail brand Life is Good, whose goal is to spread positivity through its happy face logo and charitable missions, is known for its proprietary events like the Life is Good Festival held in its home state of Massachusetts. But this past fall, the brand shifted gears, going back to its roots by taking its message on the road.MORE
Snuggle, Sun Products' fabric softener and dryer sheets brand, offered New Yorkers a cozy retreat from the bitter cold on Friday, Feb. 13, with the introduction of the SnugMobile—a tricked out RV designed to generate a whole lot of love just in time for Valentine's Day.
There are pet owners and then there are pet parents, those whose pets have a seat at the table and are served food scrutinized for the source of its ingredients. To reach these discerning consumers and drive trial of its all-natural, Made in the U.S.A. home-style dog treats, Milo's Kitchen is traveling to dog-friendly events and company offices on the Milo's Treat Truck Tour, a sampling activation for dogs. The tour launched at Marina Green Park in San Francisco June 27 and wraps Sept. 7 at Adoptapalooza in New York City.MORE