Yale research examines authenticity as a brand driver

Authenticity has become a marketing buzzword, but often lacks a clear definition among brand custodians and consumers alike.

What motivates consumers to seek authenticity? How do people even define authenticity?

George Newman, an Associate Professor/Marketing and Management at the Yale School of Management, spends his work days focusing on not just what is real, but on precisely these types of questions.

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