Before the dot-com boom, most business executives associated the word “creativity” with high-gloss ad campaigns and nothing more. The world’s most creative companies were the ones that paid agencies to make consumers laugh, cry, and buy. Today, with technology on the rise and TV commercials on the decline, the word “creativity” has evolved into a completely …

In late 2016, I started an independent book publishing company. The motivation behind starting it was centred around creating a platform for unpublished authors and poets to showcase their works. For a while, I had been trying to get a co-authored anthology published but hadn’t found a home for this work to be brought to …

Whenever we kickstart, articulate, and deliver on digital globalization, we tend to talk much about its major powerhouses such as granular data, compelling content, and immersive experiences all around the world. And it is right to do so. Processes and technology are flagships that make these assets tangible, actionable, and ultimately successful. However, we may …

In my opinion, a good organisational culture creates an atmosphere for your staff to give you the best of their abilities. In other cases, because they believe so much in the common cause they’re willing to give you better than their best. Most organisations feel that this is fulfilled through indoctrination, forcing all staff members …

Customers today have access to a seemingly infinite stream of media content. Now that the floodgates have been flung open, companies are realising that offering highly relevant and curated content is more meaningful than having access to this all-you-can-eat buffet. Companies like Amazon, Netflix and Spotify are leading the pack in the world of relevance-driven AI. Take Amazon’s recommendation algorithm as …

Over the last decade, waves of technological advancements, transport improvements and communication progression have created what many call a ‘global village’. However, with the blurring of global borders, comes a swarm of cultural differences that can make or break a Customer Experience (CX) strategy. As business markets become increasingly globalised, the importance of understanding culture …

Not all industries are equal. Or as in the words of François-Henri Pinault, CEO of Kering, “In luxury, the rules are very different to any other industry”. Signs indicate that all other industries have more to learn from the luxury industry than the other way around. Luxury brands are accepted as the epitome of branding. …

What do you think when you hear “B2B”? There’s a constant flow of articles, reports and research that tells us that B2B is different. It’s hard. It’s not social or digital. That it’s not fun. “Business to business” is both very easy to define and entirely unhelpful to the brands who are working within it. …

What makes a brand iconic? For me, it is the story behind the brand that draws me toward it. And it isn’t just about the story of the brand’s formation that intrigues me, but more about how the founders of the company believed so much in their brand that they left no stone unturned to …

Brand Protection Congress is a series beginning from Munich, Germany for our 1st annual event on 21st & 22nd Nov, 2017. BPC provides awareness to the brand owners in mitigating the counterfeiting issues and brand infringements. Brand owners are extremely …