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The Rising Need for Brands to Change and Expand Competitive Sets

Today’s post is an article written by Brandhook, good friends of ours and the sharpest brand research and insights agency around. At BrandHook we talk about the 7 ways consumer behaviour has changed but after attending last week’s Mumbrella Retail & Marketing Summit it was…

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How will our favorite brands leave the world for future generations?

I recently had the once in a lifetime experience of seeing David Attenborough in Melbourne and hearing him the has left me feeling touched, moved and inspired and wondering what role brands can play in protecting the natural world for generations to come. David Attenborough…

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How Social Media will become a major influence on the way people buy in 2017

Social Media has already transformed consumer expectations of brands There’s no denying the way people discover and buy things online has dramatically changed and continues to do-so. Only ten years ago we were talking about how online and Google were changing the way people buy.…

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The Trump Effect – When Consumers Say One Thing and Do Another

Today’s post is an article written by Brandhook, good friends of ours and the sharpest brand research and insights agency around. As we all know, recently Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America, defying nearly every prediction and pre-poll. In the lead…

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TripAdvisor addiction: the power of consumer reviews

The growing influence of TripAdvisor, is it good for brands? Or have we lost our sense of adventure? After recently spending three weeks travelling in Europe I am amazed at the number of business who proudly promote their TripAdvisor rating in their window in a…

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Changing consumer perception – ugly fruit and vegetables sold to combat waste

Last year we featured a blog on a French supermarket chain Intermarché who launched a glorious fight against food waste with their ‘Inglorious Fruit & Vegetables’ campaign. This was a great initiative, something that Australia has been in desperate need for. For too long we’ve been caught…

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Will consumers do what they say they will? Habit is key.

Today’s post is an article written by Brandhook, good friends of ours and the sharpest brand research and insights agency around. It is always hard when gathering insights, to measure people’s intentions. At the end of last year a client asked us to find out…

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Don’t be a dickhead.

The new Sydney lockouts have been widely reported across the media as a way to curb alcohol and drug related violence. The idea is not new — Melbourne attempted to implement it in 2008, and it was reversed after only three months. The first wave…

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