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Planning in a post-geographic age
The internet has created homogeneity of cultures and interests, while also assisting in greater fragmentation of the tribe. The challenge for Global Planning is how to create communications strategies that bond central ideas to local executions.
In the post-geographic age (free)
SMIRNOFF NIGHTLIFE EXCHANGE
Big and little planning
Global reach, local success
People, not places
Smart devices will aid in social networking, becoming personal assistants and enabling the web to become the 'internet of things' by 2016.
Les Binet and Sarah Carter get angry about the nonsense they hear around them… like marketing's obsession with Big Numbers.
How retailers can differentiate on customer experience
Guard the brand
NEUROSCIENCE AND PRE-TESTING
Perfection through brainwaves
All the world wide web's a stage
Danger in data
The web browser
Books that influenced me
Ian Wood, Landor
"The Marketer's Handbook"
Briefing: Brand architecture
Paul Feldwick answers your questions like what examples are there of a brand leader successfully defending itself?
This year, a predicted $89.1bn will be spent on internet advertising globally
The next phase of growth
LOWER TIER MARKETS
Rise of the provinces
Look beyond China's tiers
Admap digital edition | On warc.com
Colin Grimshaw: We are the world
We need a CEO of planning
PR and WOM can co-exist
Media's new values
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