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New thinking, different perspectives
Iconic brands have appropriated some kind of universal value deeper than just a transient meaning. By that definition there is a limit to how many 'iconic' brands the world can accommodate. The focus of this issue examines what this will mean for the future of global brands, as more brands seek to occupy privileged positions with consumers.
New world order for global brands
Since the shock of the 2008 economic collapse, many people feel their foundations have been eroded. Correspondingly, there has been profound questioning of previously accepted truths, such as globalisation. Now, some of the key features of globalisation are being called into question, particularly those that affect the future of global brands.
Four recollections of the late Winston Fletcher together with a selection of his articles
Over to you
A tribute to Simon Silvester and opinions on nation branding, customer experience and innovation.
Social media's financial limitations
Wanted: more commercial CMOs
The language barriers to success
Approaches to ageing consumers
Social business: Reinvent marketing
Five rules of online engagement
Dawn of creation for Asia
How rational is your strategy?
No, it wasn't one giant leap for marketing
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Editorial – Judie Lannon
Too many iconic brands?
Viewpoint – Chris Grannell
Startups: Avoid big company ways
Speaker's Corner – Mark Earls
Face-to-Face Book: A reality check
Trendwatch – Melanie Howard
The Last Word – Rory Sutherland
Wanted: A new economic model
Be rational to reach the emotional German
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