MFA Musings: 11/26/18
The rate of change.
As I recover from skiing over the weekend, I am sitting at my desk pondering a few things:
One – “When did black Friday and cyber Monday start”?
Black Friday dates back to the 1950s, and the first time it made print was in 1966. Over 50% of Christmas spending has historically been spent on black Friday. Cyber Monday was created by a marketing team at Shop.org in 2015, and it is growing quickly.
Two – The live golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Why? Real-time betting lines on the broadcast and it was streamed to a pay per view audience. Technical problems or not, this was a first.
The rate of change is increasing. Now is the time to embrace the change and boldly move into the future.
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Have a great week.