We live in a technologically driven world. There’s no doubt about it – it follows us everywhere (literally, if we’re talking about GPS, location services, remarketing…). Those companies that continue to use new tech solutions now will be the ones that survive the future, and we’ve seen what happens to those that deny it. Where …

Burger King recently hit the headlines after winning the coveted Grand Prix award at Cannes Lions for its ‘Google Home for the Whopper’ campaign. The 15 second TV spot asked “OK, Google, what is the Whopper burger?” triggering Google Home devices within earshot to begin reading the Whopper Wikipedia page aloud in people’s homes. It …

Open on a 21st-century family room. An evening some weeks ago, I looked up from checking my work email to realize that all of my family members were busy on their own electronic devices. My wife was group texting friends on her phone, my 13-year -old son was playing Clash of Clans on his phone …

The value of rehearsed spontaneity for business is underestimated. While we can often remember being impressed in a meeting – think of that lightbulb moment when a client’s unexpected question is flawlessly answered – we don’t always recognise the preparation that goes into it. There are, however, ways for marketing and sales professionals to harness …

Brands who produce on a mass level understand that in a crowded marketplace, share of voice often equates to share of market. One tactic to amplify brand voice is to employ strategies that borrow from the concept of limited editions, rarefied and exclusive products and services that inspire cultish devotion from fans and followers. It …

The BELL RINGS for the 15th and final round. They look like they’ve been in a war these two.  Apollo feints and Rocky falls for it.  The Champion unleashes a lethal blow to the side of the head that jolts Rocky’s mouthpiece into the second row… Rocky sags against the ropes in a crucified position… …

In the age of digital transformation, brands are fighting hard to remain relevant. Key modelers, like Netflix, Hulu and HBO, continue to challenge the way their customers consume media, while some other companies fall short of retaining interest. What key imperatives, then, will drive the media brands of the future? Let’s breakdown the five best …

We’re living in the age of experience. And while everyone is still obsessing over millennials, because half the world’s population is under 30, we need to start thinking about the iGen – the generation born with mobiles in their hands. Experience has started to trump information, and it will be even harder to get this …

Experience is the new… Wait… that’s not right… Experience isn’t new. Let’s face it; people have always experienced brands, products, services, and organisations. What has changed is that marketers and business people have now become aware of – and more importantly, concerned with – those experiences. The focus has shifted from positioning ourselves in people’s …

Edison Research’s April 2017 Podcast Consumer report claimed that monthly podcast listeners in the US was now at 24%, up from 21% in 2016, and while the US podcast market is more developed than the UK’s, RAJAR’s MIDAS Spring 2017 report still showed that 5.5 million UK adults listen to podcasts – just over 10% …