The Marketing Mind podcast: Domino's head of digital Nick Dutch talks all things tech

Welcome to the Marketing Mind, a monthly podcast from Marketing's editorial team and powered by our partners Somethin' Else.

Implicit interactions: technology may become more impulsive, says Iris' Ben Essen
Implicit interactions: technology may become more impulsive, says Iris' Ben Essen

Our eighth episode is hosted by Somethin' Else all about technology and the variously unnerving and exciting trends unveiled at SXSW.

Domino's head of digital Nick Dutch, and Iris' head of planning Ben Essen join the podcast to talk about their experiences at SXSW, discussing everything from capitalism as a valid economic model to whether marketers can ever ethically use brainwave-reading headsets.

You can currently listen, download and subscribe via iTunes. Alternatively, listen via AudioBoom below or at this link.

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