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Looks at a report from the ASA that explores the potential harm arising from gender stereotypes in advertising and assesses the effects that brands are currently having in this area.

News

NEW DELHI: Diageo, the drinks company, has navigated alcohol category turmoil in India by relying on content and focusing on category behaviour rather than brands, according to a senior executive at the company.

Article

Diageo India has navigated alcohol category turmoil in India by relying on branded content, innovation, and focusing on category behaviour rather than brands.

News

DUBLIN: Ireland’s alcoholic drinks industry is facing significant change as proposed public health legislation works its way through parliament and as the possible impact of Brexit focuses minds on cross-border challenges.

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LONDON: Global drinks giant Diageo has suspended all its advertising on Snapchat following a ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority which found that the messaging app had not installed sufficient safeguards to make sure the ads were not ...

Case Study

Pernod Ricard Kenya and Jumia Food partnered to launch beverage delivery service Jumia Party.

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ACCRA: Rapid and effective qualitative market research using mobile phones is helping drinks giant Diageo revamp its advertising and better understand the positioning of its brands in African markets.

Research Paper

An innovative mobile qualitative approach is helping British alcoholic drinks brand Diageo's African research and innovation teams make better business decisions routed in local culture across five African markets.

Case Study

This case study explains how Diageo, an alcoholic drinks brand, created the first branded bot in India to engage consumers in the home party space.

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This report looks at competitive strategies across various alcoholic drinks and discusses how brewers need different ways to grow while wine companies need to grow organically.

News

LONDON: Magners Irish Cider and Tennent’s Lager owner C&C will gain a stake in the UK pubs market with its acquisition of Admiral Taverns.

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SYDNEY: Aussie millennials are less likely to drink alcohol than older demographics but they’re more open to new choices and when they’re out in bars and pubs they’re likely to spend more, new research shows.

Case Study

Beverage and brewing company AB InBev avoided closure of its factories in India and saved 200 jobs by introducing a successful employee communications programme.

Case Study

Beverage and brewing company AB InBev introduced a culture change programme in India to promote responsible drinking through the responsible service of alcohol.

Article

This event report outlines how Diageo, the alcoholic-drinks manufacturer, thinks about purpose-driven marketing.

News

CANNES: Marketers should be more willing to discuss their failures and recognise that these slip ups are often part of a longer journey towards making great work, according to Syl Saller, the Chief Marketing Officer at Diageo.

Article

This event report addresses how Diageo, the alcoholic drinks group, has learned from failure in building brand strategies that truly connect with consumers.

Article

This report provides an overview of the current state and future directions of the global alcoholic drinks industry, identifying underlying trends in the most important, dynamic or flagging categories and regional markets.

Article

This short report summarises the results for the drinks category from the 2017 WARC 100, which ranks the world's best advertising campaigns based on performance in effectiveness and strategy competitions.

News

MUMBAI: Leading alcohol groups are increasingly working with wedding planners, delivering directly to the venues, and setting up pop-up bars at the celebrations, as weddings move away from highways and hotels.

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VANCOUVER/PARIS: The mere marketing of energy drinks as mixed with alcohol ends up making young men feel more intoxicated and uninhibited than they actually are, a new study has revealed.

Opinion

On Tuesday, March 14th, after a fantastic day at the MRS Conference, a selection of research revolutionaries descended upon Vout-O-Reenees - a club for the ‘surrealistically distinguished’ - to celebrate 10 years of the Research Liberation Front.

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LONDON: Diageo delivers truth in its marketing by acknowledging reality, according to the drinks giant's head of culture and entertainment.

Article

This article explores how highly regulated brands can produce interesting, surprising, and fresh marketing ideas despite the many restrictions on what can be shown.

Research Paper

This paper talks about the impact of illicit trade, drawing attention to the growing problem by analysing its core drivers and describing the main winners and losers of the shadow economy.