Four female-driven trends shape the advertising landscape in 2013.
By Amy Vale (VP Global Research & Strategic Communications, Mojiva)
Mobile is still in a very nascent stage and is far from reaching its culmination. The industry has at least another five to ten years to see a real mobile investment come from the big spenders in advertising. What’s apparent, and won’t change any time soon, is that the definition of mobile has and will continue to evolve, shift and
From Mojiva’s women executives, tips for success in the world of go-getting business.
By Amy Vale (VP of Global Research and Strategic Communications, Mojiva)
There’s been a lot of conversation around Marissa Mayer’s CEO appointment at Yahoo! Beyond her pregnant status or predictions on performance, one trend seems to be taking root – the glass ceiling is being chipped away at an accelerating pace these days with high profile positions leading the way. But, what about the everyday achievements of women in tech?
Mojiva, a mobile-first global advertising display company offering both a mobile ad network (Mojiva), and a mobile ad-serving platform (Mocean Mobile), is a company that has not one or two, but seven female executives at the helm.