We’ve all logged in to our computers and seen automatic updates launch. Whilst it’s not always obvious what has been updated, we take a leap of faith that the programme is still safe to use and won’t put us, or our customers, at risk.
In July 2016, a 15-year-old girl received a seemingly innocent Facebook message from a 28-year-old man she didn’t know. That simple “Hey, how are you?” led to her spending the night at the man’s house only 13 days later. She was held against her will and after trying to escape, was killed.
For many luxury professionals, recent years have seen some turbulent changes for the industry at large. A changing buyers landscape, due to an upsurge in online customers, has turned the industry on its head over the last 12 months.
Crisp Thinking CEO and Founder Adam Hildreth will speak about current and emerging social media risks at the next PWC Data Forum in London. The event, on Monday December 5, will see Adam discuss escalating issues like illegal & offensive content, scams, trolls, security risks & more.
Millennials are known for doing things differently - particularly when it comes to shopping online for luxury goods. Social media today plays a significant role in the marketing of the latest luxury lines. Despite being at odds with promoting itself online, luxury brands know they must embrace social media if they want to secure the next generation of luxury consumers.