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Unforeseeable disruption, volatility and speed of change are the hallmarks of the What’s Next Economy. With this increased complexity, supply chain professionals are leaving no stone unturned to squeeze costs, gain more control and agility, and deliver new forms of value to their organizations. For 35 years, corporate trade has been used as an out-of-the-box tool to solve supply chain challenges and minimize the financial risk of inventory and asset write-downs.
Ahmed Al-Waili, Director of Programmatic for Active International Canada, will be sharing his knowledge on the realm of programmatic buying with brand marketers at the MediaPost Data & Programmatic Insider Summit. Al-Waili will participate in a panel discussion, entitled “Can Programmatic Build Brand?”
Active International, has been recognized as Employee Recommended Workplace for 2018. The initiative presented by Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail recognizes and awards Canadian organizations that have successfully achieved a healthy, engaged, and productive workforce.
While digital has made it infinitely easier to connect with consumers and organic reach continues to be an effective way of reaching shoppers, it remains a reality that brands need to spend money on media across all channels to connect with audiences.
Active International is probably best known for its inventory trade-in program, which works with media platforms to top up brands' ad spend. Active International is now targeting a larger swath of organizations - those without an immediate excess inventory - promising to deliver ROI to its customers' advertising budgets.
Canada's leading corporate trade company, Active International, is honoured to be recognized as a finalist for the Employee Recommended Workplace Award. The initiative presented by Morneau Shepell and The Globe and Mail, was created to recognize and award Canadian organizations that have successfully fostered healthy working conditions for their employees.
The transition from a traditionally structured workspace with assigned desks and offices to a flexible environment of hot desking and shared spaces often raises eyebrows, but as these six professionals reveal, it also offers opportunities to meet and interact with a more diverse group of colleagues; rethink how, as well as where, work is completed; and reinvigorate corporate culture.