Posts Under: B2B

Mysterious Charleston Swelling of B2B Media Execs Expected Mid-May 2019

March 26, 2019  (Washington, DC) - Satire By Benjamin Price, Senior Director, SIIA In what appears to be an unprecedented trend, experts are predicting a swelling of B2B Media Executives in Charleston, SC in Mid-May and it could possibly lead to a temporary shortage of hundreds, possibly thousands of B2B Media Executives across the US.  It's not yet clear what is drawing all of these executives out of New York and other B2B media hubs, but there appears to be a magnetic epicenter of leadership, innovation and inspiration somewhere around South Carolina, as the data we're getting keeps pointing there.   We did some research and based on what we could find, we've narrowed it down to two possible events: it's either The Charleston Beer Fest or the Connectiv Executive Summit, taking place May 14-16, 2019.  Data is still coming in, but conversations with locals and industry executives are certainly pointing to the 2019 #execsummit as the true cause of ...


BIMs Preview: What AI and Machine Learning Can Do for You

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are here and reshaping business. But AI isn’t just for tech companies and online retailers—it can be a force multiplier for smaller and mid-sized information companies by enabling them to take control of content and audience data by automating many of the manual tasks associated with maintaining that data and helping create personalized and meaningful experiences for customers.


U.S. B2B Media & Information Industry Up 2.7 Percent in First Half of 2016

The U.S. B2B media and information industry saw a slow start to the first half of 2016, inching up 2.2 percent to $14.7 billion, compared to $14.3 billion in the first half of 2015, thanks to slowdowns in some key verticals, market uncertainties surrounding the presidential election, Brexit, and continued market corrections with digital advertising.