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New thinking, different perspectives
Many international giants are gaining publicity as corporations in Asia, often by performing good deeds in developing countries. These companies appear to be reaping financial rewards, particularly as this commitment to a 'higher ideal' is looked for by Muslim consumers.
What Muslim consumers expect
The standards that Muslim consumers expect from companies and brands should be the drivers of enlightened Western practice: sincere, honest, friendly and committed to improving life.
Technology that helps you to monitor yourself
From the editor - Judie Lannon
Method: innovative cleaning products
Time to shake up retail banking
What game theory can teach us
Recipe for success
Social marketing is complex and sophisticated and can be very effective. This example of a public sector behavioural-change campaign has lessons for private sector marketers.
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Make markets inside the firm
Back to basics
The future media landscape
Connecting with older consumers
Can big companies be radical?
Is China serious about major economic reform?
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