Brand AND deliver: beyond ‘image wrapper’ branding to brand-led business

Over the years, I’ve walked into a number of advertising campaign briefings only to realise halfway through that the company didn’t need advertising, it needed branding. Advertising is only [...]

Bringing to life a vision: ’Housing Britain’ by the Prince’s Foundation’s 

Today I found inspiration on bringing to life a brand vision from an unusual source: Housing Britain: A Call to Action from The Prince’s Foundation, whose leader is Prince Charles (1). The report [...]

Pascual’s prize shows revitalisation needs great strategy AND people

Post by Diego Kerner, Managing Partner for Latin America. Revitalising an old and slightly dusty brand is one of the greatest challenges in marketing. And this was just the challenge faced by Mar [...]

Secrets of a successful start-up: CureFit

Post by Prasad Narasimhan, Managing Partner based in Bangalore. India throbs to the beat of a million start-ups and CureFit is one of the most exciting, making big waves in the world of fitness, [...]

Inside an insurgent: the Gran Luchito story

Post by Jon Goldstone, Managing Partner (Global) based in London According to 88% of marketing directors in our research (posted here) smaller, ’insurgent’ brands pose a serious threat to big [...]

Focus on fundamentals in 2019, not shiny new toys

January is the time for bold predictions about how the world of marketing will be revolutionised in the year ahead. But Tom Fishburne’s timely cartoon reminds us of the risks of becoming [...]

Uber ditches its dodgy design

Uber has just ditched the dodgy design it introduced in 2016 and gone back to basics with its new logo. This whole exercise has been a monumental waste of time, effort and money that could have [...]

Rejuvenating the Royal Enfield brand from the ‘inside-out’

Royal Enfield (RE) is a great example of a company successfully addressing one of the biggest challenges in marketing: rejuvenating a brand in trouble. Back in 2000, the Indian-based RE motorbike [...]

Lessons from a successful start-up: Tenzing

I got some great brand inspiration from a recent meeting with Huib Van Bockel, founder of natural energy drink Tenzing. He was one of the brandgym’s first clients back in his Unilever days, [...]

Building a true business-to-business brand: Technogym

Using a Technogym machine at the gym today got me thinking about what a good job this company have done in building a true  business-to-business brand, especially given the competitive market [...]

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