3Q Digital’s Fearless Marketing video series features industry experts tackling today’s critical issues. Join Founder David Rodnitzky and eMarketer Principal Analyst Victoria Petrock to learn how COVID-19 has transformed consumer privacy sentiment and global data collection. The discussion, which transcends Petrock’s seismic eMarketer privacy report, covers:
Changing consumer privacy expectations by demographic
The interplay of health concerns and advanced personal data collection
The future of data post-pandemic—and where it could go wrong
There is no shortage of statistics that depict the challenges women face in managing their financial lives. Despite these facts, financial service providers still struggle to meet the needs and expectations of women.
The question is, how do we better deliver to what is the single-largest underserved group of customers in financial services?
Recently, Acxiom and Cornerstone Advisors took a deeper dive into exploring how women (and men) view money management. We developed key recommendations to help you meet the unique needs of your female clients.
Jürgen Stackmann, member of the board of management at Volkswagen Passenger Cars for sales, marketing and after sales, speaks with eMarketer vice president of business development Marissa Coslov about the automaker’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, the importance of social listening and more.
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Voting rights are civil rights and -- we fight for civil rights.
Seven years ago, the Supreme Court gutted a key provision of the Voting Rights Act that had required certain states and jurisdictions with a history of voting discrimination to seek federal approval before changing any voting laws.
The Shelby County decision unleashed a sudden and persistent wave of restrictive voting laws in states across the country and, unsurprisingly, has had a disproportionate impact on communities of color who have historically faced additional and unnecessary barriers to casting their ballots. As Justice Ginsburg wrote in dissent of the decision, removing the preclearance requirement was like throwing away your umbrella in the middle of a rainstorm because you're not getting wet.
Tomorrow, Thursday, June 25 at 12pm ET, you'll have the opportunity to join A.G. Holder, as well the president of Let America Vote, Tiffany Muller, and our president, Kelly Burton, for an hour-long discussion on the consequences of the Shelby County decision on voting rights. They'll break down the impact of the Court's reckless ruling and provide the roadmap to how we are fighting back to restore voting rights to everyone.