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    Door to Door Sales

    Professional Qualified Sales Experts present products and services, calling on companies using our proven door-to-door sales technique and door-to-door-sales agency in pune. We convert potential customers to sustainable clients in the shortest space of time( door to door sales ). Our professional teams interact with customers, educating them on our clients’ products/services, as well as… Read More »Door to Door Sales

    in-store promotion

    Currently companies are experiencing challenges in recruiting, managing and retaining in-store sales promoters and In-Store Promotion. Fulcrum offers a fully functional outsourcing solution that delivers guaranteed sales results. In turn this creates the opportunity for larger budget allocation to this area of business as well as a greater return on investment (ROI). Whether your goal… Read More »in-store promotion

    Successful Experiential Marketing Campaigns

     Touch: Many retailers are using their brick and mortar stores and pop-up shops to allow consumers to touch and feel their products. It doesn’t matter if consumers are seeking a familiar feel or they just want to get their hands on a product so they can make a decision. There’s no question that our sense… Read More »Successful Experiential Marketing Campaigns

    Rules of Headhunting Elite Sales Professionals.

    1. Offer a Step Up. The first rule of headhunting truly elite, top 20% sales performers is that you must offer a significant step up. To understand this, consider the point of view of the sales professional being headhunted. By definition, a top 20% sales professional has strong sales momentum and it took a lot… Read More »Rules of Headhunting Elite Sales Professionals.

    Non-Traditional Marketing Tactics to Boost Brand Awareness

    Let’s Get Tangible  At the moment, the focus for most marketing experts is to make their presence known online through social media marketing and other digital methods. While this can lead to a lot more brand awareness, nowadays, it is very difficult to stand out. It has all been done before. “One way in which… Read More »Non-Traditional Marketing Tactics to Boost Brand Awareness

    Experiential Marketing Can Deliver R.O.I.

    1.Follow The Data Experiential Marketing programs run for a predetermined amount of time. Monitor your sales, social media followers, website views and audience commentary before and after the start date. You can track direct communication brand ambassadors or teams and a potential customer. You can also easily track the number of signups to a particular… Read More »Experiential Marketing Can Deliver R.O.I.

    Mistakes that Could Sink Your Experiential Marketing Event

    Not Paying Attention to the Desires of the Consumer  If you’re simply copying an experiential marketing idea from a competitor or another brand without really thinking about what sort of experiences your unique target market desires, the chances are high that your efforts will fall flat. “Having an intimate understanding of one’s consumer is the… Read More »Mistakes that Could Sink Your Experiential Marketing Event

    Millennials Respond to Experiential Marketing

    Millennials Value Experiences Above All Else This is a generation that cannot get enough of things like music festivals, trade shows, plays, exhibits – basically, anything that they can engage with, they will enjoy. With this in mind, it makes sense that they would desire this same kind of interaction with the brands that they… Read More »Millennials Respond to Experiential Marketing

    Connect Experiential Marketing Business Objectives

    Capture Customer Data Programs that feature social media components make tremendous sense in establishing two-way communication and an ongoing consumer relationship. With mobile technology, it’s easy to set up a “hot spot” and connect with the internet, which provides a rich, multi media product experience. Importantly, this allow marketers to capture customer information and inspire… Read More »Connect Experiential Marketing Business Objectives

    Strategies Improve Brand’s Value

    Getting Started With Experiential Marketing. Pick a Location Where Stakeholders Hang Out Before you do anything, research. With the right data about your target customer, you should know where they frequent. A company that understands that a majority of its target audience do tailgate parties, or hang out in local sports bars, may opt to… Read More »Strategies Improve Brand’s Value

    Add Magic Brand Experience

    Add Magic Brand Experience- When you think of the word experience, it’s not a group of promoters handing out samples around a pop-up stand. No, a brand experience is something that makes your consumer stop and become fully immersed in your brand – even if it’s just for a few minutes. It’s during that time… Read More »Add Magic Brand Experience

    Things You Just Can’t Miss with Experiential Marketing

    #1 People When consumers interact with a brand, they’re interfacing with real people. It doesn’t matter how great your product might appear or even taste, consumers won’t even remember if they have a bad experience with your brand ambassador. Their first impression was a horrible experience. Brand ambassadors have a very important role in the… Read More »Things You Just Can’t Miss with Experiential Marketing


    Tips to Build a Strong Direct Mail Database

    Direct mail has been hailed as a great marketing tool to reach new customers, but those customers don’t come out of nowhere. You have to build a direct mail database before your marketing messages can be sent. Some companies make the mistake of putting all their efforts into their marketing materials, when in fact, who… Read More »Tips to Build a Strong Direct Mail Database

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    Marketing Tips of The day


    Summer Promotions Idea

    The goal of marketing is to find ways to help people find and then remember you. Take advantage of this season to make your mark during summer. The Summer Season When you think of this time of year, warm weather, vacations, and the outdoors come immediately to mind. Associating your promotions with those seasonal interests… Read More »Summer Promotions Idea

    Designing a Strategic Meeting Management Program

    About The Client Our client is a global leading manufacturer of commercial trucks, buses, defense vehicles and engines. The Challenge Our client recognized the value in implementing a full Strategic Meeting Management (SMM) program and chose Creative Group to support the initiative. Like many companies, key stakeholders had some visibility into overall global meeting spend,… Read More »Designing a Strategic Meeting Management Program

    All for-profit businesses have a product or service to sell

    All for-profit businesses have a product or service to sell. Businesses exist to make sales. The sales management process monitors and measures each staff member’s ability to either support sales or do the actual selling to customers. An effective sales management strategy includes setting goals, providing sales support and training, creating or updating the sales… Read More »All for-profit businesses have a product or service to sell


    The power of your brand message is the key to driving sales

    There is a proven set of criteria used to test creative effectiveness of shopper communication called the 4C’s: Command, Connect, Convey, and Close. The better the ad performs against these metrics the better the ad does in driving conversion. The first step is to Command Attention. Shopper communication that drives sales must first engage the… Read More »The power of your brand message is the key to driving sales


    how to lead the competition through unique marketing

    is very important to any business be it online or offline. You need to advertise to be able to reach your prospective customers. There are many channels so that you can market online, and then one of the very most effective channels may be the search results. If you are already in business and trying… Read More »how to lead the competition through unique marketing


    Brand image is the way your brand is perceived by consumers and the general public. Each time a consumer interacts with your brand; their perception is altered, even if this alteration only occurs in the subconscious. The benefits of keeping your company branding fresh are numerous. Some of these benefits are highlighted below: It makes… Read More »importance-of-keeping-your-company-branding-fresh

    history of promotional chocolates

    Over the years there have been hundreds of promotional sweets that have been popular across the world. However, nowhere is this more evident than in the United Kingdom. There are hundreds of retailers in the UK that have been selling US made promotional sweets for many years and they have proven to be extremely popular.… Read More »history of promotional chocolates

    Customize Your Loyalty Program For Your Specific Customers

    Article Highlights: Loyalty looks different for automakers, since those customers typically make purchases once every few years. When customers see a luxury product is on sale, they often assume it’s fake. Take your time building programs that are most beneficial to your specific set of customers instead of worrying about what everyone else is doing.… Read More »Customize Your Loyalty Program For Your Specific Customers

    A Retailer’s Guide to Creating a Hit Pop-Up Shop in 2018

    In today’s competitive retail environment, pop-up shops are all the rage, granting shoppers an inside look at their favorite products and the chance to forge deeper brand relationships through unique experiences. From fragrance labs to art installations, pop-up shops — i.e., short-term sales and experiential spaces that serve as real-world brand activations — have already… Read More »A Retailer’s Guide to Creating a Hit Pop-Up Shop in 2018


    Drury Design in Chief Marketer: B2B Content Marketing

    Just about every B2B marketer has content. But not every B2B marketer is necessarily doing content marketing. “Blanketing people with junk isn’t content marketing,” says Chris Drury, president/chief creative officer, Drury Design Dynamics. “People are beginning to understand that they need a strategy.” “It comes down to creating relevant content that gets in front of… Read More »Drury Design in Chief Marketer: B2B Content Marketing

    5 Tips That Make A Great MC

    5 Tips That Make A Great MC


    influencer marketing

    However, I would argue that it is not Influencer Marketing that is to blame. What is being called Influencer Marketing today is a complete departure from the origins of this still powerful marketing tool. I know, because I coined the term in the early 1990s and I’ve been successfully using the technique ever since for… Read More »influencer marketing


    8 Top Reasons Organizations are Utilizing Incentive Travel Programs

    Incentive Travel Works According to the 2016 SITE Index survey, there are eight top reasons organizations are utilizing incentive travel programs. With 98% of respondents reporting that incentive travel helped them reach these goals, we would say the business case is strong.  Here are the objectives of incentive travel programs according to program buyers: Increase Sales and… Read More »8 Top Reasons Organizations are Utilizing Incentive Travel Programs


    The Art of the 15-Minute Meeting

    At Brand Connections, innovation is the cornerstone of everything we do. It only makes sense that this would apply to our meeting strategy as well. One of our company pillars is Effectiveness and we strive to make procedures as effective as possible at every turn. Since instituting a policy to shorten meetings to fifteen minutes… Read More »The Art of the 15-Minute Meeting


    7 Steps to refresh your brand message

    For a memorable example, look no further than men’s grooming brand Old Spice. In 2006, the 80-year-old company saw upstart Axe beginning to steal market share. Confident in its product, Old Spice quickly identified its message as the problem. Within months, Old Spice had retooled its message on the back of hilariously memorable ads and… Read More »7 Steps to refresh your brand message


    How to Humanize the Brand Experience

    Emerging online and offline communication channels continue to give brands new opportunities to connect with and engage their target audiences. As such, brands are increasingly challenged to embrace an omnichannel approach—even during events and experiential activations. This is critical to effectively communicate a brand story during all stages of the buyers’ journey. But with so many channels, how can brands maintain consistency… Read More »How to Humanize the Brand Experience

    8 Things to Consider Before You Run a Game-Based Promotion

    What are Your Goals? First things first. You need to know why you’re running a game-based promo. There are a ton of different marketing goals you can achieve with a game-based promotion, including: Increasing purchase frequency Increasing basket size Growing your email list Driving loyalty acquisition Educating consumers You need to decide which goals are… Read More »8 Things to Consider Before You Run a Game-Based Promotion


    Committed to Innovation

    At Brand Connections, we’ve had one consistent purpose: to solve the problems marketers face today.  We listened to what they wanted and learned what they didn’t. We heard about the inefficiencies of the big agency holding companies and the struggles of working with multiple, boutique agencies. We heard their annoyance with agency “pitch teams” and… Read More »Committed to Innovation


    New Event Strategies: The Art of the Refresh

    1. Ignite Talks. Ignite talks are fun, fast presentations that have become an international phenomenon since first appearing about ten years ago. For this format, speakers build five minute, 20-slide presentations, with each slide automatically advancing every 15 seconds. During the session, attendees informally stand around the speaker – which makes this format easy to implement in… Read More »New Event Strategies: The Art of the Refresh


    10 Elements of Great Experience Design

    Simplicity 10 Elements of Great Experience Design – Under Steve Jobs, simple, clean and distinctive design became the hallmark of Apple products. But as Jobs said, “It takes a lot of hard work to make something simple, to truly understand the underlying challenges and come up with elegant solutions.” To design great experiences, start with the… Read More »10 Elements of Great Experience Design


    Experience Marketing What We Can Learn From Birds & Bees

    So, what are the marketing lessons can we take away from this successful story of natural experiential engagement? SEPARATE BUT NOT DISCONNECTED. The Yao tribesmen and the greater honeyguide birds are two completely different species – about as dissimilar and disconnected as you can imagine. This is in parallel to how brands and their target… Read More »Experience Marketing What We Can Learn From Birds & Bees


    Your Perfect Checklist for a Successful Corporate Event

    Your Perfect Checklist for a Successful Corporate Event–Whether you are planning for a grand opening, a product launch, or a company-wide Christmas party, a comprehensive checklist is a must-have for a successful corporate event planning. You can hire corporate event planners so they can handle all the nitty gritty details of the logistics such as… Read More »Your Perfect Checklist for a Successful Corporate Event


    Brands can learn

    Stop assuming that people spend a lot of time thinking about your brand. They don’t. Many consumers wouldn’t care if brands disappeared from their lives. So, in order to create a lasting impression and connection, experiences need to be easy to understand. Simple. In particular, with uncluttered recognizable visual elements of a brand’s identity. Simplicity… Read More »Brands can learn

    How to Take Great Photos for Social Media

    Rule of Thirds Use the grid option on your smartphone. You want the main subject of your photo to be centered at the intersections of the rule of thirds grid- not smack in the center of the photo! Beware of Backlight The human eye is drawn to light- so you want the light in a… Read More »How to Take Great Photos for Social Media

    Free Ways to Boost Social Media Engagement

    While the social media town crier endlessly wails “Social Media Is Pay to Play!” a budget conscious social media manager can make sure to fully utilize free engagement boosters before throwing down cash into the digital machine. Boosting organic reach and engagement takes a serious investment of your time, but can be budget friendly for… Read More »Free Ways to Boost Social Media Engagement

    How To Use Social Media To Drive Event Success

    Before Your Event Ramp up awareness and excitement. You need time to prepare an event-specific social media management plan and promote your event. Hashtag it! Make sure your event has an easily recognizable hashtag that hasn’t been used before. Have a visual plan Great visual content is key for event promotion. Make sure the cameras… Read More »How To Use Social Media To Drive Event Success

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    Why Brands Use Storytelling to Create Human Connections with Consumers

    Why Storytelling? Human-to-human connection should be at the heart of marketing. Storytelling as it relates to your brand is crucial for reinforcing these bonds. Stories can give your brand a powerful voice and something consumers can relate to. The most successful brands like Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google are masterful storytellers that connect with their… Read More »Why Brands Use Storytelling to Create Human Connections with Consumers


    Consumers, Brands & Activation

    At this year’s MTV Video Music Awards with official sponsor CoverGirl we saw how they engaged their consumers via a multi-faceted approach: their #Covermoment campaign, pre-show TV advertising, mentions in celebrity messaging and a targeted social media contest. Winners of the social media consumer promotion contest won a fly away VIP experience to attend the… Read More »Consumers, Brands & Activation

    Food for thought! 8 ways the farmers market can make you a better experience designer

    How are visitors being educated before arrival? Explaining to consumers what specific words and concepts they might encounter would make for better conversations and decision making. What can the natural behaviors of consumers, those happening before, during and after shopping, teach us about designing a market? Studying the habits of consumers can shed more light on the… Read More »Food for thought! 8 ways the farmers market can make you a better experience designer

    Effective Sponsorship Activation

    So what are the different types of bang for buck that large brands seek when their CMO signs off on the, almost certainly, enormous cheque to become an official sponsor or partner of the world’s largest sporting events? 1 /  Pure and simple, brand awareness.  Did any of us, 20 years ago, really know of Emirates… Read More »Effective Sponsorship Activation

    Finding Your Brand’s Social Media Voice

    To Respond or Not to Respond – That is the Question: In today’s landscape, consumers expect brands to demonstrate accessibility with responsiveness on every social platform. Above all, consumers want to engage and feel like they are conversing with an actual human being. But, it isn’t just that responsive brands get rewarded for their social… Read More »Finding Your Brand’s Social Media Voice


    Learning from Retail – Inspiring Show Management

    Times square, it’s the ultimate, well…town square…in a very large town. People watching, experiencing the spectacle – everyone likes hanging out there. In fact, bleachers have been set up to allow spectators to absorb the experience and….brands. Oh yeah, brands are driving a lot of the visual excitement with LED videos wallpapering almost every square… Read More »Learning from Retail – Inspiring Show Management

    7 Reasons Your Business Needs an Incentive Travel Program

    Many businesses still don’t think they can afford an incentive program. But when you look more closely at the many benefits of creative travel rewards tied to employee performance, it’s clear that most businesses can’t afford not to have an incentive travel program in place. 1.    Inspire your employees Hopefully your employees find enjoyment in… Read More »7 Reasons Your Business Needs an Incentive Travel Program

    Four Ways to Measure Your Experiential Marketing Campaign

    But marketers have historically shied away from integrating experiential campaigns with their marketing strategy. Why? Because until recently, demonstrating impact was difficult to impossible. Within the past few years, technological innovation has helped marketers bridge the gap from qualitative effects to quantitative results. Today, online surveys, social media, and apps enable marketers to show more… Read More »Four Ways to Measure Your Experiential Marketing Campaign

    10 Reasons Why Money Isn’t Everything But Travel Incentives Comes Real Close

    Because of its high perceived value, a travel incentive can cost less than money or merchandise. Travel rewards are more glamorous to promote than cash rebates or other sales promotions. Cash is easy come, easy go.  It’s spent on mundane necessities.  Travel is memorable. Competitors can quickly match rebates and other promotion methods.  However, travel… Read More »10 Reasons Why Money Isn’t Everything But Travel Incentives Comes Real Close

    How Target Took Big Risks and Reaped Even Bigger Rewards

    As competition increases and brands vie to stay relevant, the strategic dilemma brands are often faced with is one that transcends just the marketing industry: should I take a risk or should I go with a “safer” bet? However, as the old adage goes, “nothing ventured, nothing gained.” While sometimes a safer bet seems like… Read More »How Target Took Big Risks and Reaped Even Bigger Rewards

    How CPG Brands Can Benefit from the Pop-Up Shop

    It’s not just fashion brands that can stand to benefit from a pop-up shop, though. Despite challenging market conditions that have forced many a layoff and plummeting sales numbers, some companies in the CPG category have used their creativity to reap the rewards. How have they done it? They’ve kept in mind these three goals:… Read More »How CPG Brands Can Benefit from the Pop-Up Shop

    Why Experiential Should Be At the Heart of Business Strategy

    From food to fashion, business conditions are continuously evolving, necessitating brands to follow suit by shifting their strategy, whether it be by reaching a new consumer group or launching a new product. Going back to the Cadillac, Old Spice, and Lego examples, they’ve all resorted to experiential marketing to help forge their newfound narrative. As… Read More »Why Experiential Should Be At the Heart of Business Strategy

    3 Ways Marketers Can Take Advantage of the Holidays

    Show Them a Good Time Yes, the holidays are filled with all sorts of warm and fuzzy feelings, but it’s also an extremely stressful time. For many, the time and financial investment associated with the season make life a bit more difficult. Therein lies the opportunity for brands to bring a little cheer. Take Baileys,… Read More »3 Ways Marketers Can Take Advantage of the Holidays

    8 Event & Meeting Rules From Marketing Pro David Rich

    1. Enroll all stakeholders early in your planning process. Develop your strategy in collaboration with all stakeholders right from the start and before you get into design and activation mode. In events, ideas seem to pop up all along the way towards execution. There’s no hope of staying on target without full agreement to the… Read More »8 Event & Meeting Rules From Marketing Pro David Rich

    Learning from Retail – Shop-in-Shop

    Can you bring in one of your key partners or service organization to establish a booth space within your space? Can your co-presence bring in more qualified attendees than you would normally expect? Does a company offer a complimentary product or service that is important to how your product is used? By bringing this company… Read More »Learning from Retail – Shop-in-Shop

    Learning from Retail – Is it a Store or an Ad or an Exhibit?

    How about ROI? Maybe we need to throw out ROI – for a moment at least and rethink the rationale for exhibiting. What if the rationale is to make your exhibit a gathering space for your company fans – kind of a  branded town square. Provide education and other value-added services that build your relationship… Read More »Learning from Retail – Is it a Store or an Ad or an Exhibit?


    Learning from Retail

    Retail faces many of the same opportunities and challenges we face at trade shows and events. Consider the parallels between retail and events – how does retail address audience attraction, retention, messaging, interaction, engagement. How does retail tell stories? What can we, in the event and trade world, learn from retail? We have the same… Read More »Learning from Retail


    Experiential Marketing Trends

    Cultural events will continue to rise A lot of people equate experiential events with music and sporting events, but we’ve started to see a lot of traction in creating cultural experiences that revolve more around art, culinary events, and social good. These types of activations can bring in people with a wider mix of interests, and… Read More »Experiential Marketing Trends


    Is Your Brand Meaningful

    As marketers, we would love to believe that everyone is as passionate about our brand as we are. After all, we live and breathe it every single day. It’s easy to get tunnel vision. That’s why a study like Meaningful Brands is important. This immense report by Havas Group studies 1500 global brands, 300,000 people… Read More »Is Your Brand Meaningful

    6 Promotions Pitfalls to Avoid

    1. Making the promotion too complex Keep your promotion easy for consumers (and you, too!) to understand. Consumers will be more inclined to engage with your brand if participation is simple. Keeping the entry process straightforward also helps in efficient capturing, handling, and processing of consumer data. Keep official rules and communications clear and concise… Read More »6 Promotions Pitfalls to Avoid


    New Brand Identity and Logo

    Geometry today unveiled a new brand identity reflecting the changes the agency has gone through since it was launched nearly five years ago. “A lot has changed since 2013. Our world has become more digitized and fractured, and brands are thinking more about how to optimize their sales in an omni-channel world,” said Steve Harding,… Read More »New Brand Identity and Logo

    Going “Glocal”: Successful Global Event Strategies

    With the world becoming smaller than ever, the right strategy and planning become even more important when brands go global. Reaching new markets and adapting to cultural nuances and audience mindsets can be challenging, but it is achievable. Download this insights paper to: Learn how to pair a consistent brand strategy with enough flexibility for… Read More »Going “Glocal”: Successful Global Event Strategies

    Geometry Global-Encompass Network launches new study R-Scape

    The marketer who has been grappling in trying to understand who and what the rural consumer is all about may just have some help coming from the recently launched study ‘R|Scape’ that hopes to understand the elusive and yet the ubiquitous rural consumer and his behaviour. The study has been jointly undertaken and launched by… Read More »Geometry Global-Encompass Network launches new study R-Scape

    Family values and shopping within the Hispanic community

    The family that spends Thanksgiving dinner together goes Black Friday shopping together. Recent findings of a study examining the Black Friday shopping habits of multicultural consumers show that non-white ethnicities, especially members of the Hispanic and Latino population, spend more money the day after Thanksgiving shopping for sales than Caucasian consumers and treat Black Friday… Read More »Family values and shopping within the Hispanic community

    Businesses are focusing on social innovation – for good

    1. Show not tell People are less brand-loyal and companies need to focus on their purpose. In the wake of economic recession and lost trust in big business, it’s the “why” that matters. Back in 2012 P&G’s former global marketing officer Jim Stengel published Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World’s Greatest Companies.… Read More »Businesses are focusing on social innovation – for good


    Rethinking Remembrance

    The work also aimed to broaden audience appeal through a new range of quality, contemporary merchandise from jewelry and sportswear, through to retro style speakers and scented candles.Comments John Norton, Head of Retail Trading at The Royal British Legion: “Following the success of last year’s Poppy Shop campaign and this year’s Battle of The Somme pins we… Read More »Rethinking Remembrance

    An opportunity or a distraction for brand managers?

    It would seem the hype in the lead-up to Singles Day was justified, with Alibaba posting a record $17.8 billion in online sales, easily surpassing the $14 billion record set in 2015. A startling proportion of this year’s sales were placed on a mobile device (estimated mobile purchases on Singles Day were 80 percent in… Read More »An opportunity or a distraction for brand managers?


    Global strategic partnership announced

    Geometry Global has announced a global strategic partnership with augmented reality specialist Blippar to create “augmented retail” in the physical and digital retail space. The partnership provides Geometry’s clients the opportunity to engage in AR marketing that makes the most impact for their brand. Partnering with Blippar gives Geometry a distinctive advantage in forging a… Read More »Global strategic partnership announced


    A Global Approach to Relationships

    In today’s global economy, customer activations can take place anywhere in the world. Where companies used to carve themselves up by geography, today, these geographic boundaries no longer exist. A recent report from McKinsey Quarterly noted that the global flows of goods, services, and finance reached nearly $26 trillion in 2012 and could triple within… Read More »A Global Approach to Relationships


    Second Screen: Your Direct Line to Audience Engagement and Analytics

    Turn the mobile device into an unlimited event engagement and measurement tool We live in an always-on society, where our event attendees are expected—and even want—to stay connected to their work when they are at home or out of office. Mobile devices are a part of attendees’ everyday routines, whether at home, on the job, or on the show floor—so… Read More »Second Screen: Your Direct Line to Audience Engagement and Analytics


    The Genius Solutions to Five Common Brand Experience Challenges, as Spotted at CES

    Every brand experience has some sort of a challenge to it. Whether it is attracting and engaging audiences, standing out from the crowd, personalizing the experience, etc. — challenges come with the territory. Smart marketers view these challenges as opportunities, and at CES, we saw many of these opportunities take shape. Here are the top… Read More »The Genius Solutions to Five Common Brand Experience Challenges, as Spotted at CES

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    Realizing the real value of a brand

    Our story started with a simple truth: the truth that today change is the one true constant. The truth that ever-changing technology, human behaviour and expectations have reshaped the way we live with brands, forever. Brand equity is no longer enough for brands to secure meaningful, long-term relationships with people in this smart, connected, hands-on… Read More »Realizing the real value of a brand

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