Tesco will continue to push Clubcard and a quality message in its marketing communications and will not focus purely on price despite cutting its Double Points offer to pay for £500m of price cuts.
Your article on the growing use of apps and QR codes for exhibitions and other events (Innovation Update, MW 15 September) highlights a trend that we’ve seen growing for some time. As well as the apps made specifically for trade shows to give extra information to attendees and get information from them, there are other […]
The tragedy of the Met is that it stubbornly remains too removed from society to ever be able to crush its negative brand perceptions. Just over a week ago, the Metropolitan Police withdrew a complex, devious and, as it turned out, ill-advised attempt to strangle confidential sources out of The Guardian newspaper relating to its […]
Media investment is often cut when savings are required, but analytics shows it damages sales. The right move is to focus on planning and optimising campaigns.
Comparing the award-winning campaigns against a database of 80,000 ads reveals that, in many cases, they were leaving viewers “utterly cold”, says System1 CMO Jon Evans.
L’Oréal’s chief digital and marketing officer explains how the house of brands is mitigating inflation and investing in Web3 amid a post-pandemic “return of colour”.
Although the concept of ‘brand love’ was overused and went out of fashion, it remains an insightful way to consider consumers’ attitudes towards brands.