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Brands Find New Ways To Communicate Value

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Brands Find New Ways To Communicate Value

As we get used to living with a global pandemic and the resulting economic fallout, brands and advertisers are changing the way they communicate with customers in our ‘new normal.’

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Business Strategy

Brands Assert There Is Only One Position On Hate

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Brands Signal There Is Only One Position On Hate

As reported in Reuters, organizers of an advertising boycott campaign targeting Facebook, which has drawn support from a growing list of major brands, are now preparing to go global to increase pressure on the social media giant to remove hate speech.

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Brand Perceptions

The Shift In Shaping Brand Perceptions

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The Shift In Shaping Brand Perceptions

We live in a world of the frame. Especially with over half the world’s countries coming out of a multi-month lockdown, our experiences are limited, contained within the frame. We don’t read about them, we only see them. The thing about the frame is, viewers only see what’s inside the frame. There’s no way of knowing what’s outside the frame, what came before or why the frame is composed the way it is.

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Brand Management

Are You Building A Brand Of Contradictions?

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Are You Building A Brand Of Contradictions?

As brands continue to try and navigate a world of awakening and change, its clear they are on a learning journey. With plenty of opportunities to learn, from women’s rights, climate change, homelessness, immigration, and now racial equality. It’s impossible to be against any of these issues. So why do brands feel the need to state the obvious?

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Brand Marketing

5 Guiding Truths For Marketing To Generation Z

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5 Guiding Truths For Marketing To Generation Z

Generation Z, the cohort aged 13-22, is the first generation to grow up surrounded by mature technology and platforms (social and entrepreneurial). Their foundation of digital capabilities and hyper-connectedness is unleashing tremendously fluid and vibrant creative expressions. In the US alone, a report from Mintel in 2013 estimated the purchasing power of Gen Z to be $44 billion. Tapping into that market means brands have to understand what this generation means when they say “be yourself” (which, according to a research report from JWT Intelligence and Snapchat is the top phrase this group used to describe itself).

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