Earlier this month, XAPPmedia participated in a session at Advertising Week titled “How Media and Brands are Using Voice AI to Connect with Consumers” alongside representatives from Cumulus One, 360i and Spark Foundry. Forbes contributor, Lauren deLisa Coleman, covered the session, noting that the consumer adoption of voice assistants and smart speakers, creates a “situation where the stakes become quite interesting for the right brand to problem-solve for appropriate consumer questions and dilemmas, provide value and begin a relationship in a more intimate way than anything that television or mobile currently offers.”
Voice is the next big digital channel for marketers. Consumers are there. What’s your plan? That is what XAPPmedia will be talking about on Day 1 of Advertising Week in the session “How Media and Brands are Using Voice AI to Connect with Consumers.” The panelists on stage for this session have collectively launched over 1,000 voice apps on Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
We knew from the beginning that working on National Geographic’s Bravo Tango Brain Training Google Action was going to be different. National Geographic was more focused on helping the type of military veterans portrayed in its television program The Long Road Home than promoting the show.
We think about Bravo Tango as a voice app that matters and are proud that Nat Geo and 360i tapped XAPPmedia to design and build the Google Assistant app. Bravo Tango includes brain training and mindfulness techniques and exercises designed to help veterans better deal with the stresses that often remain after war ends.