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Key reading

LEGO

Learning to play well: LEGO's eight-step comeback from near bankruptcy

How the toy manufacturer recovered from the brink of bankruptcy to become one of the world's most-loved brands. This involved placing less emphasis on licensing deals, more on the consumer, and building advocacy via high-value fans.
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The competitive landscape for leisure: why wide appeal matters

This article reports the results of an analysis of participation across a range of leisure activities in the UK.

Webinar: Leisure and entertainment in Asia

An overview of leisure in Asia, from participating in and viewing sports to bars and online entertainment.

Leisure & Entertainment company profiles

Euromonitor data and analysis on the sector's major companies.




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This case study describes how the Loteria de Navidad (Spanish Christmas lottery) used authentic stories and traditional values to recapture its magic as an iconic brand in Spanish society.

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The article explores how two of China’s biggest online players, Tencent and Sina, covered the Olympic Games with a focus on mobile content and real-time participation via their WeChat and Weibo platforms.

How Australia's marketers can navigate the Olympics

This article examines some of the strict legal requirements governing Australian brands with regards to marketing during the Olympic Games, and provides examples of the challenges and work-arounds brands have faced when trying to align with the event.

Barbie's road to multicultural reinvention - and renewed relevance

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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