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How Pocket Gems’ Episode has seen 700% growth — appealing to Gen Z

GUEST: Many entertainment platforms have attempted to reach Generation Z (people born in the 1990s to mid-2000s), but few have succeeded. Snapchat and YouTube are good examples of companies who are popular with Gen Z … and I’d argue that Episode, the mobile storytelling platform we’ve built, is another. I wanted to share some ways that […]
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