Category: marketing

Lingresearchdigest

One big obstacle to starting a business is gone, marketing overhead for entrepreneurs can be as low as $50 a month. Continue reading

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Starbucks

Starbucks understands better than most and exemplifies: it’s all about the brand experience. Nothing else. Continue reading

Posted in Consumer Innovation, Customers, Experience Innovation, Innovation, Strategy, culture, marketing | 3 Comments
#ASL Ice Bucket Challenge

As ice buckets keep being dumped over my fb friends every day, I want to look at the #ALS #IceBucketChallenge phenomenon from the marketing angle and talk about what makes it a successful campaign. Continue reading

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Apple - Think Different

A brand is the external reflection of a company’s inside culture and core values. In order for a brand to stay relevant, be different and unique, it must reinvent itself continuously. If a company’s products or services don’t change the game regularly, they suddenly become a commodity, as unique and innovative they could have been at some point. Continue reading

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Pepsi Refresh failed because it had no relevance to the brand’s operations or heritage. Pepsi never earned that particular mission and therefore consumers saw little need to reward the company for its efforts. Contrast Business Innovation Factory (BIF), an organization that brings cutting edge innovation techniques to social initiatives, many of which are similar to those Pepsi Refresh sought to promote. Continue reading

Posted in Build Capability, Entertainment, Innovation, Leadership, News, Profiles of Innovators, Social Innovation, Uncategorized, marketing | 2 Comments
Building a Next Generation Organisation starts with Intelligence

Where does your interaction with your customers begin? Is it when they see an advert in a paper or click on an e-mail, perhaps it’s when they browse the net for their next purchase, or does customer interaction start and end when they step over your threshold? If you think any of these things then your business is very much in trouble. Continue reading

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The idea that we all have the potential to innovate and it is not a special skill only few possess is the topic of this post. I have spoken with many people who default to the idea that innovation is something only the smartest or most original can achieve. As such, they tend to limit their thinking about innovation to the big examples which are most often referenced such as the iPhone or Facebook… Continue reading

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