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What’s next for digital health? Experian Health’s latest survey unveiled patient and provider attitudes toward digital health and how they changed from 2020 to 2021—we unpack how the survey’s highlighted demand for online-scheduling tools reveals future opportunities for digital health vendors.

On today's episode, we discuss how many subscribers HBO Max has, whether partnering with Snapchat can move the needle, and if some kind of HBO Max bundle could be attractive. We then talk about the authenticity of subscription fatigue, how successful Disney's current release strategy is, how to convince young folks to go back to the movies, and how open Netflix subscribers would be to an ad-supported plan. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Paul Verna.

Amazon's department stores will let it offer more categories under one roof: The model gives Amazon an advantage for in-store purchases like clothing and apparel.

Aspiration's rapid user growth underlines heightened consumer interest in green finance and contrasts with banks—which are missing the mark.

eMarketer was pleased to moderate a Tech-Talk Webinar featuring AppsFlyer’s Chad Greenleaf, senior vice president, client services, and Barak Witkowski, vice president, product, along with Stash’s Tyler Pennell, vice president, growth. Together they shared valuable lessons learned throughout the iOS 14.5 readiness process, where the industry stands now, and best practices for a privacy-centric future.

Consumer card purchases were up 24% in the first half of 2021, according to Commerce Signals’ Consumer Spend Tracker. This presents an opportunity for B2C marketers to tap into card transaction data to gain consumer and competitive insights, perform sales lift measurement, targeting, and more. eMarketer was pleased to moderate a Tech-Talk Webinar featuring Nick Mangiapane, CMO at Commerce Signals, a Verisk business.

The retailer saw notable sales growth as consumers returned to stores post-vaccine, and recent partnerships might continue the trend—if delta doesn’t get in the way.

eMarketer was pleased to moderate a Tech-Talk Webinar featuring Jonathan Woodward, head of demand generation and account-based marketing (ABM) at Adobe Digital Experience Cloud, Americas. He discussed why A/B testing is such a powerful strategy for email marketers, and shared testing ideas you’ll want to tell your team about.

Walmart’s strong retail media business may help it compete with Amazon: Soaring revenues and more advertisers than ever bode well for the big-box retailer’s future.

The year 2021 marks a new era for retail and ecommerce. The pandemic drove a massive shift in almost everything digital, and while 2020 will remain an anomaly in terms of the frenzied pace of adoption, consumers’ new behavior is here to stay. Over the next five years, digital activities will continue growing from today’s accelerated base.

Google dismantles Google Health as Big Tech struggles to get their health endeavors off the ground: We unpack why Big Tech firms are having trouble operating as health tech firms.

On today's episode, we discuss how and why companies are offering cheaper subscription options, the effects of the delta variant, how ready folks are for a post-cookie future, the importance of reacquainting yourself with your customers, the cost of cord-cutting, how the pandemic changed the rhythm of our workdays, if it's possible to travel to every country, and more. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst Suzy Davidkhanian, senior forecasting analyst Peter Vahle, and analyst at Insider Intelligence Blake Droesch.

Although BNPL is flourishing, intensifying competition might push providers into new global markets and sectors outside of traditional retail to sustain their growth.

While the US will maintain its uncontested lead as the country with the most fintech unicorns, the next four biggest hubs will switch rankings. Here’s why.

In Latin America, mobile commerce saw increased time spent as government-mandated lockdowns forced consumers indoors: Double-digit gains will continue through the end of the forecast period in 2025.

Including linked accounts in Varo Advance underwriting and lifting its $100.00 cap on amounts taken out gives the neobank a tool it can use for future products, plus a shot at adding new borrowers

Following a major shift to online retail in 2020, retail ecommerce sales will continue to grow by double digits through 2023 and make up an increasing share of total retail sales worldwide.

On today's episode, we discuss how the pandemic changed how we buy electronics and how omnichannel marketing and operations are evolving. We then talk about whether YouTube is living up to its potential, ESPN+'s sports rights strategy, and whether DAZN can shake up sports TV. Tune in to the discussion with head of ecommerce at Samsung Electronics Argentina Guido Shama, eMarketer senior analyst Matteo Ceurvels, and director of forecasting at Insider Intelligence Oscar Orozco.