MarketScale, a leading B2B media company, announced they have won three Silver Telly Awards. Their Made In America Original Series was named a winner in the Online:Documentary Series category and The MGM Cotai Spectacle Experience won for both Branded Content: Editing and Branded Content: Business-to-Business in the 41st Annual Telly Awards.
Made in America - A MarketScale Original Series, provides an intimate look at companies across the United States manufacturing at home, integrating with their local communities and changing the shape of the American economy. We are proud to be named a Platinum Award Winner for the series, by the AVA Digital Awards.
In this podcast, we dive into the importance of storytelling and how it can really help to make a lasting impact on your customers.
MarketScale was all over the world in 2018. From Dubai to Deutschland, there is nowhere the company that is too far or too difficult to get to.
We are proud of the work we did in the in the last 12 months with our clients and colleagues and hope you enjoy our best clips.
Enjoy some of our best clips and get ready for many more in the months to come. Where in the world will MarketScale go next!?
While the world is speeding up, baseball is slowing down, and the Savannah Bananas are determined to provide the best fan experience of anywhere in the world. MarketScale followed the team during their week-long lead-up to Opening Day 2018 to see how the Bananas sellout games in a town where baseball has failed for decades. If you haven’t watched episode one and two, you can catch up on all the action right here.
MarketScale Sports and Entertainment, presents our trailer for our upcoming Savannah Bananas series debut, highlighting the challenges, processes, opportunities, technologies and leadership lessons from owning and operating a 'fans first' baseball team.
Digital natives love YouTube, devouring hours of video daily. It’s even making them better at what they do. Take the story of Jayson Tatum, star of the Boston Celtics, featured in the Wall Street Journal. While his youth certainly has a lot to do with his ability on the court, his age also gives him different tools than those of the generations before him. He grew up watching YouTube videos. To be more precise, he didn’t just watch them. He studied them. That’s how people learn today. If you want to know how to do something or become better at it, there’s bound to be thousands, if not millions, of videos to help you.