Julia Sachs

Julia Sachs is an Editor-at-Large at Grit Daily. She covers tech, entrepreneurship and entertainment news and is based in Park City, Utah.

Take A Step Inside Travis Scott’s Astroworld

The release of Travis Scott’s long awaited third studio album, Astroworld, rocked the hip-hop world this last week. Astroworld debuted to massive, chart topping sales, as the tracks on the album have been streamed over 100 million times collectively. The album hasn’t even been out for a full week yet, either. The release of the album brought with it a killer listening party at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles, California on Monday night. The star-studded event rocked celebrity Instagram...

Is Anna Wintour Leaving Vogue?

Say it ain’t so! Earlier this year rumors began swirling the internet that fashion powerhouse Anna Wintour would be stepping down as the Editor In Chief of Vogue Magazine. The rumor is that Wintour plans to leave following the release of its September issue in mid-August. For 30 years now Wintour has served as the Editor In Chief of the coveted American Vogue. The job has earned her a spot as one of the most iconic people of all time within the fashion industry. In 2013, Wintour was...

Movie Pass Announces More Changes as the Company Struggles

In an effort to stay afloat, the popular movie subscription service Movie Pass has been making some major changes to its business in the last few months. The company announced this week that it would be changing its $9.95 subscription yet again. Now the service aims to accommodate the needs of its customers as it figures out how to sustain its business model while keeping shareholders happy. Movie Pass really began to see a lot of takeoff around this time last year, and has since become the...

Walmart Hops Onboard the Influencer Marketing Train

Walmart is now one of the many massive companies we see making the move toward influencer marketing in 2018. To compete with services such as Amazon Prime, the worldwide outlet has had to make some changes to its business strategies in recent years. The brand is finding that expanding into influencer marketing can directly impact their online sales with the lifestyle products they have available. Of those changes in Wal Mart’s marketing strategy, we’ve seen services such as their Goodies...

Decrease in VR Sales Sees Companies Shift to AR Marketing

VR isn’t taking off in the way tech companies had predicted just a few years ago. The technology is seeing sales barely increase between 2017 and 2018. Most people don’t own their own VR headset, and suburban movie theater complexes have opted for more comfortable seating over the use of VR in their theaters. Companies are beginning to shift to AR marketing over testing how they can use VR to their advantage. We saw an increase in the popularity of AR with the release of the 2016 game Pokémon...

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