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This case study looks at the Australian vitamin brand Blackmores and its campaign that changed the way consumers saw their health, and reclaimed its position as a thought leader.

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SYDNEY: The growing interest of Chinese consumers in health and wellness has delivered a boost in fortunes to Australia's speciality food and supplements brands, according to reports.

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BEIJING: China's burgeoning ecommerce sector is coming under increasing scrutiny by regulators, who this week announced new measures to crack down on counterfeit and substandard goods sold over the internet.

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This case study explains how Unilever launched its Toni & Guy haircare brand in India by working with bloggers and celebrities.

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This case study explains how lingerie brand Enamor found a middle ground in India market by focussing on women with a positive message.

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This case study describes how United Home Products (UHP), the healthcare brand, sought to increase market share in the Philippines.

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New car sales in the Irish Republic fell 64.5% in 2009, and while automaker ŠKODA had received a temporary boost from the government's scrappage scheme the following year, it needed to position the brand to achieve the longer-term objective of an 8% market share by 2014.

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TOKYO: NTT DoCoMo, the mobile telecoms company, is placing greater emphasis on attracting older customers in Japan, forging ahead in an increasingly important area as the country's population ages.

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Twinings was the first company to introduce Earl Grey tea to the UK in 1831, but never trademarked the blend.

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Around 70 million young Chinese people play games online. Social games have developed – social networks with an emphasis on gaming.

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BEIJING: Consumers in China may have greater spending power than is typically assumed, offering substantial opportunities for brands in a number of sectors.

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BEIJING: Young consumers in China are "unbelievably optimistic" about their future prospects, a trend which has resulted in a spending boom among the demographic.

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BEIJING: Sales of Apple's iPhone have passed the 100,000 mark in China, but the smartphone is still said to have fallen short of expectations in what is regarded as an increasingly vital market for the telecoms sector.

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BEIJING: Fake handsets produced in China are flooding emerging markets such as India, Russia and Brazil to the detriment of branded manufacturers such as Nokia, says a new report.  China's 'grey' market phone shipments will soar to 145 million by ...

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BEIJING: The number of smartphone users in China is set to treble in the next five years, and competition between both domestic and multinational manufacturers in this market now appears to be intensifying at an equally rapid rate.

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TOKYO: Older consumers in Japan could represent a valuable target audience for many brands, as they have a considerably higher disposable income than most young people in the country.

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BEIJING: Senior citizens in China will spend 1.4 trillion yuan ($205bn; €144bn; £122bn) in 2010, rising to 4.3 trillion yuan by 2020, according to the China National Committee on Ageing, making this group an increasingly attractive target audience ...

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The Wine Society of India wanted to draw members for its direct-to-consumer wine shipping program, but faced the challenge of national laws forbidding the marketing of alcohol.

Research Paper

This paper aims to help market researchers understand what they will be faced with in the next 30 years, and what they will need to do to create a better future, and avoid their own demise.

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This joint research report by OMD and 20plus30 Consulting aims to help marketers understand how older consumers in the UK respond to different types of advertising.

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Everyone wants to know 'why' consumers choose brand A, switch from A to B, believe X and behave in certain ways.

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The latest Common Good research programme focuses on helping government departments communicate more effectively with older people.

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Commercial pressures, industry trends and technological advances have all conspired to fill many a debrief with illustrations, audio and video clips and other multimedia embellishments.

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The UK is a mature financial market with little brand loyalty. Consumers switch credit cards to find the best deals.

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Argues that too much market research, and therefore business decisions, assume that the future will be the same as the past.