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Is experience marketing a necessity for brand survival?

Recent industry reports have noted how 78% of millennials would rather spend money on a memorable experience or event rather than buy desirable things.

Luxury: A State Of Mind In The Whisky Industry

In todays world, we all have a different perception of what is considered a luxury. As the definitions are increasingly personal, ranging from physical goods or possessions, to a feeling of freedom or time, understanding luxury has become an increasingly complex task for marketers.

The explosion of creativity: the case of Whisky and Gin

Recent industry reports have showcased the recent growth in the British spirits industry.

Nike ‘Dream Crazy’

Nike recently announced NFL star Colin Kaepernick as the face for its latest “Just Do It’ campaign. The advertisement features a black and white close-up of Kaepernicks face with the text “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything” written at the bottom of the ad.

New LinkedIn Groups: Get your group ready

LinkedIn announced that they will be rolling out significant changes to their Groups. While the update has been a long time coming (ask any social media marketer), the changes LinkedIn is making have received mixed reactions.

What has Love Island taught marketers? 

Love Island is a reality tv show were participants compete against each other in finding ‘true love’… and to win a £50,000 cash prize!

People remember how you make them feel, not what you tell them

Everybody loves a good story. They evoke emotional responses, allow us to experience and learn, and connect us with one another.

The FIFA World Cup - football by numbers

With the 2018 FIFA World Cup half way done, it is time to take a look at some of the observations we’ve made during the recent football-filled weeks.

Video Marketing - The compulsory content format for Brand Engagement

In the recent years video marketing has become an increasingly important part of a business’s content marketing strategy.

The Brexit Consortium

ONLY two things in life, it is claimed, are certain: death and taxes. To those two certainties we must, for now, add a third: Brexit.