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Brand Strategy

By definition brand strategy begins with the notion that you can differentiate a commodity. From there brand strategy manifests as a long-term plan for the development of a successful brand in order to achieve specific goals. A well-defined and executed brand strategy affects all aspects of a business and is directly connected to consumer needs, emotions, and competitive context.

Brand Strategy

3 Ways To Grow A Brand-Led Movement

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3 Ways To Grow A Brand-Led Movement

Five years ago, REI took a bold stand against the hyper-consumerism that reaches its zenith every year on the Friday following the US holiday of Thanksgiving aka Black Friday. As with previous years, REI will close its stores, cease processing online payments, and pay its 13,000 employees to ‘Opt Outside’ for for the day. Only this year, the brand now says it, and its members, need to do more.

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Integrating Brand Strategy And Positive Psychology

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Integrating Brand Strategy And Positive Psychology

Barbara Frederickson is a leading researcher in the field of social psychology and positive psychology. That is, she studies love and other positive emotions such as joy, inspiration, and pride, through the lens of social science, rooted in research studies, hypothesis, and data.

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Putting Joy At The Center Of Brand Strategy

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Putting Joy At The Center Of Brand Strategy

If happiness is a state of being which at times can be vague, joy is an intense, fleeting emotion that we experience physically, in small moments. While the pursuit of happiness is a long-term endeavor, little moments of joy are easier to find and more accessible.

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The Brand Positioning Workshop

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Brands need three things to grow and lead today.

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Brand Strategy For The Unexpected

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Brand Strategy For The Unexpected

As Nassim Nicholas Taleb told us in his book The Black Swan humans have a tendency to find simplistic explanations for highly improbable, rare and unpredictable events.

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