In the Sensei’s Corner this week, we welcome Stephanie Smith, Chief Insomniac at digital Insomnia. As we continue to brace through the effect of the Coronavirus outbreak, Stephanie and I discuss how some brands are shifting the dynamic of this time into connecting with their customers. She shares some valuable tips and explains how this could be an important time for some brands to continue investing in media.
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