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 [...]

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 [...]

Brand purpose for business growth: ellaOne

Post by David Nichols, Group Managing Partner and Head of Brand-led Innovation Many companies we talk to today are interested in brand purpose. The challenge is to ensure that any brand purpose [...]

Will Gillette’s ‘brand purpose’ film get them growing again? (UPDATED)

Is Gillette’s new ‘brand purpose’ film, We Believe, “The worst marketing move of the whole year,” as Mark Ritson suggests (1), or an inspired bit of [...]

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 [...]

Nike’s Kaepernick ad: provocative PR, not purpose-led branding

Nike’s new Colin Kaepernick advert* has been effective at provoking the desired political controversy and polarised opinion: 30% of US consumers feel more positive about Nike after seeing the ad, [...]

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 [...]

Effective corporate brands sell benefits, not values

Only 29% of corporate brands are distinctive compared to their competitive set, according to a global survey by CEB of 1,250 stakeholders from different fields (employees, managers, influencers [...]

Snickers ‘You’re not you when you’re hungry’: the best global campaign ever?

Research for a recent project highlighted what is perhaps the best global marketing campaign ever: ’You’re not you when you’re hungry’, by Snickers. We tipped the campaign for the top [...]

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