Stephen Whiteside, Event Reports, ad:tech New York, November 2014
This event report shows how AB InBev, the brewing group, is aiming to enhance its in-store marketing efforts using digital technology.
Ben Leet and Edward Appleton, Research on Warc, January 2015
This article explores the argument that mobile research gives more accurate insights than online research, with a three-stage study reaching the conclusion that it does.
Peta Morton, Account Planning Group - (Australia), Finalist, Creative Strategy Awards 2014
This case study explains how Best&Less, a clothing retailer, overcame negative consumer perceptions using an unbranded pop-up shop in Australia.
Masroor Ezami, Warc Prize for Innovation, Entrant, 2014
This case study explains how Dutch Lady, the dairy products company, took a new approach to in-store advertising in Malaysia to maintain its share of a competitive market.
Jo Bowman, Event Reports, International Shopper Insights, November 2014
This event report looks at how retailers and brands are successfully co-operating in-store, with strategies including redesigned layouts and co-branded communications that are working to their mutual benefit.
Roy Armale, Admap, November 2014
This article sets out the value of non-interruptive shopper initiatives - nudging - over interrupting shopper journeys, using a research example.
Richard Storey and Katarina Tencor, Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, Silver, IPA Effectiveness Awards, 2014
This case study demonstrates how Public Health England, the national health body, addressed the anxieties surrounding cancer in order to drive people to seek help earlier in the cycle when the disease is easier to treat.
Loren Bade , Warc Prize for Asian Strategy, Shortlisted, 2014
This case study describes how Cebuana Lhuillier, a pawn broker and money remittance service, promoted its remittance service in the Philippines by focusing on the emotional reasons for sending money.
Josh Grace and Shailesh Iyer , Warc Prize for Asian Strategy, Entrant, 2014
This case study describes how IKEA, the furniture retailer, promoted the durability of its kitchens by challenging Malaysians and Singaporeans to a cooking marathon.