The global edition of the Awin Talks podcast provides an overview of the latest global trends influencing affiliate marketing. Hosted by Awin’s Content Analyst Rob Davinson alongside Craig Foster (Data Analyst) and Kevin Edwards (Global Client Strategy Director), this monthly podcast features interviews with a wide variety of prominent figures from across the world of affiliate marketing as well as discussion on all the latest industry trends and developments.
Commission Factory acquisition and APAC trends with Zane McIntyre
Commission Factory CEO Zane McIntyre discusses Awin’s acquisition of the leading Australian affiliate network and APAC trends to look out for in 2021.
Ad disclosure discussion with Hashtag Ad Consulting
We speak to online ad regulation expert Rupa Shah to find out what affiliates need to know about online disclosure.
Interview with the 2018 Apprentice winner, and Meet the Market visits Spain
We speak to Sian Gabbidon about launching her own fashion brand and using Awin Access to support its online growth.
ISBA’s Programmatic Transparency Study interview, and Australia affiliate market profile
On this month’s podcast episode we interview key figures at the trade body ISBA about their recent research on the programmatic sector, and we also find out more about how affiliate marketing works Down Under.
Interviews with Sri Sharma at Increasingly and Chris Giddins at Uniqodo
This month we were delighted to welcome two founders and CEOs who both have extensive histories in the affiliate industry and who have both developed innovative ecommerce solutions that are changing the way brands sell their products online.
Coronavirus and its Impact on The Affiliate Industry, Awin Access Discussion, and an Interview with Furloughed Foodies
This month Awin Talks takes a closer look at some of the key ecommerce and affiliate trends that we’ve been tracking in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, we take a closer look at the Awin Access initiative for SMEs and start-ups, and interview Chloe Hall from the crisis initiative Furloughed Foodies.