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To promote the opening of the 30th IKEA store in Clermont-Ferrand, France, the Swedish furniture giant teamed up with communications agency ubi bene to install a vertical rock climbing wall covered with IKEA furniture. The nine-meter-tall wall is decorated just like a showroom, except it is fixed in a vertical position, with hand grips and steps installed for rock climbing purposes.
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To produce the spot, which shows Jeter surprising fans outside Yankee Stadium to the tune of Sinatra’s “My Way,” Gatorade roped off a few blocks before a home game in the Bronx and let the baseball star go. The shock and surprise on fans’ faces when their idol walks into Stan’s Sports Bar or signs autographs is genuine.
Mix lets you sketch on other people’s sketches, teasing an Internet in which users can reach through screens and manipulate media at will.
With so many vendors competing for attention, it can be hard for independent e-railers get noticed. That’s why many also choose to do business on large marketplaces, even though it means relinquishing some of their control and their profit margin. Here are four takeaways from three experts in multichannel sales on how to make the most of both platforms.