The beer industry is increasingly promoting moderate drinking and lower alcohol beer in a bid to boost loyalty and prove that it is living up to its pledge to improve responsible drinking.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was back in Las Vegas and bigger than ever this month. Some 200,000 attendees descended on the 2.5 million square feet of trade show space to find out about the latest tech innovations. For those marketers that weren’t there, here are the key takeaways.
The Consumer Electronics Show is ostensibly a tech conference and a future-gazing one at that. A lot of the innovation on show won’t actually be in the hands of consumers for years, if ever. Yet a growing number of marketers from non-tech brands such as Unilever, New Balance and L’Oreal are in attendance.
The beverage giant saw a boost to sales resulting in a 5% year-on-year increase in revenue to $9bn (£6.4bn), as CEO James Quincey credits the actions Coca-Cola took during the pandemic in helping its recovery.
With the reopening of travel on the horizon, Expedia hopes to be seen as the “ultimate travel companion” with its biggest brand spend in five years.
The proposed league format takes many of its pointers from the hugely successful US sports model, but can it win over local fans and brands, or is the reputational risk too high?
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