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Vero – True Social. Just another social app?

First of all, lets start with this disclaimer. If you can’t be bothered to keep up with yet another social media app then there’s no need to find out more about Vero. Because that’s exactly what it is, but apparently ‘with a twist’. Vero is the…

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Back to basics: 5 key things to consider before starting your website

So you want a website and you want it now. There are alot of easy ‘web page builders’ out there these days which allow you to create your website using the drag and drop method. That’s fine if you need to launch your site in…

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Calling all Courageous Blondes – Lululemon Partners with Canadian Brewery

It seem’s that Lululemon is now targeting the yoga loving, beer drinkers. Who doesn’t like a cold beer after a sweaty yoga session?… The global activewear brand has partnered with Canadian based brewery, Stanley Park Brewing to create a lemon hopped ale called ‘Courageous Blonde’.

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Harley Davidson – Breaking from Tradition to Target Millennials

Harley Davidson steers in a new direction with their latest creative campaign. Harley Davidson has been able to build a brand that goes beyond just a brand name, it has become a legend. Any mention of the brand evokes images of long highways through classic American landscapes,…

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The power of pictures – Worth a thousand words in any language

Iconspeak – a new fashion brand designed for travelers They say a picture is worth a thousand words – and this is never more true than when you’re traveling and don’t have a dozen words of the local language (let alone a thousand). Created by…

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American Apparel is Bringing Sexy Back

American Apparel returns to its roots in an attempt to revive the brand American Apparel, the Los Angeles based clothing manufacturer and retailer known for basic apparel and risqué marketing campaigns, has decided to bring sexy back, and propel it back to being at the…

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AAMI risk offending at least half the population with their latest brand campaign

The AAMI insurance brand has always been about the AAMI girl but has their latest campaign taken it too far? Moving on from Rhonda and Ketut, AAMI has launched their new big budget ‘not very insurancey’ brand campaign.

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Aunt Maggie’s – a brand bringing the community a little soul and some great produce

An authentic retail brand experience is what you’ll get when you walk in to an Aunt Maggie’s store. Aunt Maggie’s organic food store is a brand that fills your heart and tummy with goodness. All the best produce and a wide selection of organic and…

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Leveraging brand equity from golden moments of the everyday punter.

Are you a Brand Ambassador  just waiting to happen? You may have recently seen the news footage of a rain drenched race filly stripping down to her underwear at the spring racing carnival’s famous Oaks Day.  It was the display of a free spirited woman…

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Brand value and the importance of brand guidelines

With the recent release of The Guardians brand guidelines, we look at the importance of guidelines with direct insight from Chris Clarke, deputy creative director at The Guardian.  In an interview with online journal ‘Its Nice That’ Clarke speaks out about the challenge to unify…

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Qantas backs Hugh to sell Australia and make their brand more relatable

Employing celebrity ambassadors is not a new strategy for airlines. But this month, we’ve seen Emirates launch their campaign with Jennifer Anniston, Etihad has Nicole Kidman and Qantas has added Hugh Jackman to their list of ambassadors. For a brand that many Aussies seem to…

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Unexpected brand canvases can deliver a big pay-off for customer engagement

Stunning Images Create Memorable Brand Connections Artist Julien Nonnon’s recent project projecting his stunning images onto buildings around the streets of Paris is a graphic reminder of the power of placing brand visual language in unexpected places. Even as go-to-market channels for brands splinter with…

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