With the deadline for entries for The Marketing Week Awards fast approaching (2 March), here are three reasons why you should enter.
BrewDog has made the recipes of all of its 216 beers publicly available today (25 February) in a bid to engage the home brewing community, but insists that its corporate competitors “don’t have the reputation” to successfully copy its products.
Consumer confidence levels decreased four points to zero in February, according to the latest GfK Consumer Confidence Index, as it warns of the start of a long-term dip preempted by consumer’ concerns over Britain’s status within Europe.
At the end of every week, I look at the key stories, offering my view on what they mean for you and the industry. From the behavioural science challenge of reopening in a pandemic, to making sure charitable work is not forgotten when attention is elsewhere, it’s been another busy week. Here’s my take.
Brands must connect on an emotional level and understand they’re low on consumers’ priority list, which means you need to use the nuances of local languages and cultures.
From Coca-Cola laying out its plans for post-lockdown recovery to AB InBev launching an app to educate consumers about the beauty of beer, catch up on all this week’s biggest marketing news.
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