"We see some of the smartest and richest people on this planet dreaming of Mars. A hellhole that sucks. Really? Imagine if we had these same brilliant minds putting their genius into the climate crisis we're facing right now."
A Los Angeles creative agency paid for a digital billboard to go live on Earth Day across from SpaceX's Hawthorne headquarters with the caption: "Mars Sucks." Senior reporter Ben Bergman finds out what's behind the campaign.
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Most of the marketing around Earth Day is centered around our beautiful, yet delicate, planet. But a Los Angeles purpose-driven creative agency launched a cheeky campaign that focuses on the unappealing alternative – Mars.
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The Venice-based biosciences startup known for its popular Goop-approved daily probiotic hopes to ramp up clinical research and launch new products later this year after a $40 million boost.
LiveXLive, a livestream platform that has found success during the pandemic with its virtual concerts, is expanding into the booming gaming industry with a particular audience in mind: women.
We're looking for Southern California startups in the media, entertainment and gaming industries that have a product on the market and have raised less than $1 million in funding. We want your thoughts on the most promising, innovative, forward-thinking startups in these sectors to pitch at dot.LA's inaugural media summit.
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