Roundarch Isobar Included in Forrester Report “Smart Body, Smart World” For Marketers’

Sarah Rotman Epps?with?Christine Spivey Overby?and?Andia Vokshi?published a piece for Forrester, Inc. that explores how emerging devices such as?Google Glass?and the?Nest home thermostat?fit into a larger marketing strategy. ?In the “recommendations” section of the research she mentions our?strategic?work with adidas on?miCoach.

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