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 …

Knowing the difference between a brand providing a multichannel and omnichannel experience for your consumers is vital to understanding how to ignite true brand affinity. In an age of quick-scrolling multi-screen users, Out Of Home placements around every corner, revolutions in print technology and ever blossoming new adtech opportunities, there are innumerable ways for brands …

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. …

In an increasingly digitized and connected world, brands in all industries feel the pressure to invest money into creating unique and memorable social media accounts and experiences to increase their brand and business performance.  However, creating a stand-out brand experience through social media is easier said than done. One size does not fit all, and …

Globalization is under pressure in multiple ways and areas. It is under necessary transformation strategically and tactically speaking, which is unscripted for the most part. So is digital globalization, as the data-driven accelerator and preferred vehicle to expand and grow internationally. It shakes up conventional thinking and resets “Silk Roads” that have been prevailing for …

Customer experience is a top priority for executives – 89% of companies expect to compete mostly on the basis of customer experience, and by the year 2020 customer experience will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator. And yet, many organizations don’t have a clear strategy for how to create a cohesive, robust …

You’re a grocery store owner, and you have four customers in the checkout line. That’s the good news. The bad news is that they won’t go away. Thought The first customer walks in with a purpose and heads straight for the pasta aisle. She just got off work and she’s got a flight to catch …

Marketing modernization is allowing brands to connect with customers with more agility and scale than ever before. But to what end? With all this power and capability – from machine learning and data-driven decision-making, to personalized content experiences – marketers have had to rethink their engagement approach. They can no longer blast message after message into the …

Research shows that consumers are willing to pay a ‘simplicity premium’ for products and services, like cars, cell phones, and travel and fitness offerings that make life easier while delivering premium performance. Yet, the majority of products, services, and messages consumers get from business, health and financial services, and the government tend to have the opposite effect – …

Roger Federer is a hero in the world of tennis and is now unarguably the greatest Wimbledon champion of all time. He prevailed again this year with a characteristic and unparalleled mix of artistry, power, focus, and agility. While Federer’s achievements remain largely confined to the sports pages, there’s much to be learnt from him …