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The future of shopper marketing
How has shopping behaviour changed, and how can brands and retailers adapt to these changes? The physical store will continue to be important but consumers' path to purchase is becoming more complex at the same time as being shorter.

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SHOPPER MARKETING

Shopping

PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL STORES
The mobile shopsumer (free)

USING REASON AND EMOTION
The future is Omni channel

EASE, ECONOMY, EXPERIENCE
Shopping for convenience

A NEW MINDSET
10 steps to shopper centricity

SOCIAL CURRENCY
From retail to relationships

PURCHASE ENVIRONMENTS
The psychology of shopping

INTERACTION AND ENTERTAINMENT
Retail technology innovation

Apple store

MYTHBUSTER

MythbusterLes Binet and Sarah Carter get a little bit angry about the nonsense they hear around them… like nostalgia for a past that never was


BOOKSHELF

Hidden AgendaSPEED READ
The Hidden Agenda – Kevin Allen

BOOKS THAT INFLUENCED ME
Amanda Phillips
MD, Volume


ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

John Lewis snowpeople

INCREASING EFFECTIVENESS
The power of music

NOT JUST BRAND MESSAGES
How content marketing works

CASE STUDY
Sharing shampoo socially

MEASURE IMPACT
Find the right social data

MAXIMISE DIGITAL BUDGET
Efficient frequency management


LOWDOWN

IKEAHackathons

Develop prototyped ideas at low cost and in little time


10 TRENDS

social mediaLatin America

Consumers are welcoming brands as agents of social transformation


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TRENDWATCH

South Africa organ donation foundationDemanding brands

Making sincere demands earns consumer respect


ADSTATS

AdstatsOnline advertising

In 2012 48.8% of online ad expenditure in Europe was on search


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