“Video Card Brochures” The Latest in Marketing Innovation
Posted By :Date :Sketch Consultancy | 12-03-2015
Check the video of the Bentley Launch TV in a Card is the name behind some of the world’s most recognised brands. We work across all industries and our clients include IBM, Ferrari, Bentley, The BBC, Sony, Disney, Pfizer, Unilever, Redbull, Converse, Virgin Galactic and many more. We put a flat screen TV directly into cards, brochures and magazines. TV in a Card Video in Print grabs attention and helps brands better communicate with their customers. Tv in a card Video Brochures Client Case-studies March 2015 from TVinaCard Connect with…
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The Fitting Room Goes Digital
Posted By :Date :Sketch Consultancy | 11-30-2015
The Fitting Room Goes Digital Are you ready for the new wave of Retail Innovation and Augmented Reality , connect with us to know more on how you could use Interactive technology at your Retail Stores - Thanks WSJ
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Moto X Ad – WIRED Interactive Print Ad
Posted By :Date :Sketch Consultancy | 11-22-2015
  Connect with us to understand and schedule a demo for some similar retail sales and marketing innovations done by Sketch for a leading consumer care brands 
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Target Makes TV and Print Ads Interactive with Shazam
Posted By :Date :Sketch Consultancy | 11-22-2015
In the September 2015 issue of Vogue, Target partnered with Shazam to provide users with direct access to the products featured in its 20-page insert. Using the Shazam app (with new visual recognition technology), readers could point their phone’s camera at an ad, and the app would link them to additional product information online. Target has also leveraged Shazam in its TV advertising. One of its new primetime commercials invites viewers to “Shazam to Shop Now” by using their app to pull up a Target page featuring products from the…
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Posted By :Date :Sketch Consultancy | 11-22-2015
New Look has the challenge of serving the always on, digitally enabled customer of today. The store experience more surprisingly does not prominently promote or integrate any of the digital and social initiatives that we might expect to serve this core customer, rather the store experience is focused on the product with the only nod to the digital world via some clear omni-channel messaging. The omni-channel signage package in-store is strong, providing a clear and consistent reminder to go online with ‘Open 24/7’, ‘Extende
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