Portrait of Eva Kis

Eva Kis

Eva Kis is the online editor at Adweek, coordinating online coverage and overseeing magazine departments including Talent Pool, Perspective, Data Points and Upfront. She previously worked as going out editor at Metro New York, helped launch The National in Abu Dhabi and lasted exactly one year as a police reporter in Florida.

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When Good Brands Make Bad Products: Inside the Museum of Failure

Product Innovation

What companies can learn from the products inside the Museum of Failure.

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Infographic: What Event Marketers Need to Succeed in 2023

Data Points

Shifting from tentpole summits to intimate experiences, finding efficiencies and more.

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Top CMOs Share Their 2023 Resolutions, From Going Deeper to Putting People First

C-Suite

Leaders at SiriusXM, Cadillac, MLB and more reveal their priorities.

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Adweek’s 22 Most Popular Stories of 2022

Year in Review

Affiliate marketing takes the spotlight, Demi Moore turns designer, and the Super Bowl shakes it up.

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Infographic: Sports Fans Are Happy and Engaged Off the Field, Too

Data Points

From teenagers to adults, they have more friends and are interested in the wider world.

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Infographic: What’s Driving People Back to Shopping Malls

Data Points

Proprietors think beyond shopping to lure consumers of all ages.

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Infographic: Not Texting? You’re Missing Out on Sales

Data Points

Acceptance of SMS marketing is nearly universal. Here's how to do it right.

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Infographic: How Influencers Really Feel About Sponsored Content

Data Points

Branded posts are up, but challenges remain.

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Brands Are Getting Scarily Good at Spooky Marketing

Advertising

As horror heats up pop culture, some advertisers are even casting their own products as the villain.

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Infographic: How People Want to Shop This Holiday Season

Data Points

How people plan to shop this gift-giving season.