Low Lai Chow, Event Reports, Qualitative 360, October 2014
This event report explains how Dorel, the juvenile products manufacturer, repositioned its Quinny stroller brand to appeal to urban parents, to stop cannibalisation of its other stroller brand in Europe.
Lois Jacobs and Thomas Ordahl, Admap, October 2014
This article explores the new demands made of brands as markets and disruption happen much quicker, and argues that 'agile brands' are the answer.
Jean-Noel Kapferer, Research on Warc, The Definitive Book of Branding, September 2014
This article demonstrates the importance of innovation to brands and how to brand innovation once it has been developed.
Neale Cotton and Julian Dunne, ESOMAR, Congress, Nice, September 2014
This paper explains how organisations with seemingly disimilar target audiences and product offerings can construct a unified master brand positioning.
Stephen Springfield Sr and Aaron Reid, Admap, September 2014
This case study describes how PepsiCo used implicit response testing to create a roadmap for the extension of its Doritos snack brand.
Warc Exclusive, July 2014
This article provides marketers with information and guidance on building brands.
Stephen Whiteside, Event Reports, IRI Summit, March 2014
This event report describes how Frito-Lay, the snack foods company owned by PepsiCo, approached 'discovery brands' in the US. Discovery brands are defined as a trade-marked brand with small sales, and were found to account for 30%+ of value sales growth in 23 of the 25 top food and beverage categories.
Stephen Whiteside, Event Reports, ANA Multicultural Marketing & Diversity Conference, November 2013
This event report discusses how IMAN, the beauty brand targeted at multicultural consumers, has tapped into the rising affluence, digital savvy and comparative youth of its core audience. IMAN's strategy is embodied by the introduction of its BB Crème, which was unveiled on YouTube by a select group of beauty bloggers and made available to pre-order online, before then going on sale in bricks and mortar stores.
Kieron Mathews and Siva Raj, MRS Awards, Winner, December 2013
This article describes how Bausch & Lomb, the eye health company, used heart rate monitoring and facial coding technology to test a sales tool for a new contact lens product.