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SHANGHAI: China’s most affluent young women are snapping up luxury sports cars as a symbol of their newfound wealth and status within Chinese society, according to new data.

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BEIJING: China’s parents are starting to embrace the notion of having more than one child, a development which may require brands to reconsider some aspects of their current marketing approach, new research suggests.

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This event report outlines how “Fearless Girl”, a marketing initiative from State Street Global Advisors, made an impact inside the company and across the financial services industry.

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This article offers six best practice ideas to help marketers better target the huge and diverse demographic of women, who today make between 70% and 80% of all purchases worldwide.

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This infographic is based on research from GlobalWebIndex, created with data from a survey of more than 8,000 mothers - defined as women with one or more children under the age of 16 - to examine their attitudes towards brands and their online behaviours.

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This article explores the common mistakes made by marketers when targeting Australian mums, based on a survey of 1800 mothers in the country.

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This event report outlines how AT&T, the telecoms group, is seeking to advance gender equality in advertising.

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This article questions if financial services companies aren't capitalising on the increasing number of women who are the largest earners in their families.

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In this article the author cautions brands to be mindful of the varying forms feminism takes in the modern age when appealing to female consumers.

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This annual report by J Walter Thompson Intelligence investigates the trends and emerging consumer behaviours set to shape marketing globally in 2017.

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SAN FRANCISCO: Toy owner Mattel has shaken off the "blonde bimbo" image its Barbie doll had acquired by going back to the product's origins and purpose to appeal to millennial mothers, a top executive told Warc in an exclusive interview .

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This paper explores how Barbie, the Mattel-manufactured children's doll, adopted a new positioning that rejected the identikit image of American beauty that had defined her past, and embraced diversity and aspiration.

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This paper describes a research project for HERE, a global location data company, which wanted to understand why the majority of users of its smartphone location app were male and how it could better appeal to women.

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This paper describes a global research project for Unilever, the FMCG manufacturer, which sought a holistic understanding of women beyond consumer and category behaviours, focusing on them as people with complex, evolving identities.

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This event report addresses how Lane Bryant, the fashion retailer specialising in plus-sized apparel, found its purpose and shifted popular perceptions.

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This paper examines the methodological possibilities of social media listening and traditional qualitative interviewing techniques, demonstrating how the confluence of the approaches work in the German women’s fashion industry.

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The article uses consumer research to investigate the nuances of local beauty culture in Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and South Korea, and outlines why local brands are beating their international counterparts in Asia.

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This study paper explores the current state of gender inequality in Cambodia through three lenses: demographics, including employment, education levels, marriage, and English proficiency; psychographics, including lifestyle and media; and attitudes toward traditional gender roles.

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This event report outlines how Barbie, the iconic doll brand owned by Mattel, has transformed its product range and marketing strategy to reflect its diverse audience around the world.

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This paper considers the changes in brand communications with women, how pro-female and empowerment rhetoric is gaining prevalence.

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This article, based on research by Ogilvy and Mather, explores how Asia's increasingly middle class women are driving consumer spending growth and provides case studies of how brands can successfully engage this rising consumer group.

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This report looks at sanitary protection, the second largest disposable hygiene category globally after nappies, analysing the challenges faced in developed markets, the opportunities in developing countries and key trends in product segmentation, packaging, marketing and distribution.

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In this paper the authors explain how they investigated the issue of gender and the media in the UK, looking at how the audience feels about both the amount of coverage of men and women and their views on the quality and character of portrayal on TV, radio and online.

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This article seeks to set a new way of thinking about marketing to women as old definitions and associations such as motherhood, achievement in work, and age have shifted to near irrelevance; women are individuals with new priorities and desires.

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This article aims to understand Latin American women's relationship with make-up by mapping and quantifying the contents of women's 'beauty bags'.