JWT Intelligence’s 100 Key Predictions for 2015

23 Jan

Each year, JWT Intelligence offers 100 interesting trends to be aware of for the coming year. Here are its 2015 predictions.
 

 

2 Responses to “JWT Intelligence’s 100 Key Predictions for 2015”

  1. Anthony Macchiarulo February 2, 2015 at 6:36 pm #

    JWT intelligence’s top 100 predictions are interesting, I most strongly agree with kids being more connected, intellectual and artistic gaming, and the expansion of e-commerce. The first example of kids being more connected is seen every day, I see 12 year olds using the iPhone 6 while I still have the same iPhone 4, I am also starting to notice children even at the age of 10 on social media such as Facebook, twitter, and especially Instagram. Second I am a gamer myself and I have noticed that a lot of women are getting into gaming, this is what is causing video game developers to make more games that are focused toward poetry and intellectual arts rather than just killing, guns, and sports games. Lastly, E-commerce is ever expanding, Apple pay is just a small contribution, with Paypal and Square ready being just a few examples I see a bright future for the e-commerce industry.

  2. Anthony Macchiarulo February 4, 2015 at 12:43 pm #

    JWT intelligence’s top 100 predictions are interesting, I most strongly agree with kids being more connected, intellectual and artistic gaming, and the expansion of e-commerce. The first example of kids being more connected is seen every day, I see 12 year olds using the iPhone 6 while I still have the same iPhone 4, I am also starting to notice children even at the age of 10 on social media such as Facebook, twitter, and especially Instagram. Second I am a gamer myself and I have noticed that a lot of women are getting into gaming, this is what is causing video game developers to make more games that are focused toward poetry and intellectual arts rather than just killing, guns, and sports games. Lastly, E-commerce is ever expanding, Apple pay is just a small contribution, with Paypal and Square ready being just a few examples I see a bright future for the e-commerce industry.

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