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Emily Duke

Emily Duke

Emily has been at Wyng for 3 years and managed 200+ agency partnerships. She is our resident agency specialist and is passionate about how agencies can leverage technology to fuel innovation and differentiation. Emily runs WoW (Women of Wyng) and loves following advertising trends around female empowerment and body positivity. Her favorite brands include Ben and Jerry’s, VH1, Mattel and Otherwild.

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Data, Diversity and Creativity Aren’t Just Buzzwords Anymore: 5 Key Takeaways from Advertising Week for Marketers

By | on 04, Oct 2017 |   Industry News Wyng for Agencies Wyng for Brands

Advertising Week is an annual event hosted by AdWeek, featuring over 200 conference sessions and events during the week. Trying to distill all of that content into a few neat little categories is a tr[...]

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Spark Innovation At Your Agency Without Hidden Fees

By | on 25, Jul 2017 |   Wyng for Agencies

“Innovation” is one of those words that many digital marketers might say is -- overused. No matter how much of a buzzword “innovation” might be, agencies need it to remain relevant and grow their busi[...]

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Wyng for Agencies - Your Competitive Advantage

By | on 13, Jul 2017 |   Wyng for Agencies

Delivering exceptional results and real impact for every client takes a huge investment in time and resources. We know that most technology partners don't consider an agency's needs. They don't think [...]

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Campaign of the Week: Febreze's #OdorOdes

By | on 03, Feb 2017 |   Campaign of the Week Febreze fillintheblank Industry News

Campaign Goals: Generate buzz for the #OdorOdes and inspire consumer participation

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Women’s March Campaign #WhyIMarch

By | on 20, Jan 2017 |   Campaigns Industry News Why I March Women of Wyng Women's March

The day after the election, Teresa Shook invited 40 of her friends on Facebook to march on Washington to show their support for women. Other friends, friends of friends, and strangers joined the call [...]

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