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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.

News

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.

News

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.

Article

This event report outlines how Moët Hennessy, which manufactures a range of premium alcoholic drinks, is responding to changing beliefs and behaviours around luxury.

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.

Article

This short report summarises the results for the drinks category from the 2016 Warc 100, which ranks the world's best advertising campaigns based on performance in effectiveness and strategy competitions.

Article

This event report shows how Heineken, the beer brand, tapped the popularity of electronic dance music to encourage moderation among millennials.

Article

This article describes innovative ways in which drinks marketers are responding to a pub industry that continues to decline in the UK.

Article

This article demonstrates how UK consumers want to make better, more confident choices around health and wellbeing and how relevant brands can make the most of these opportunities.

Article

This article explains how a beverage brand determined the impact of exposure to a TV ad and an online video ad on sales.

Case Study

This case study provides an outline of alcoholic drinks giant Diageo's content marketing and SEO strategy.

Case Study

This case study explains how Heineken, the beer brand, promoted responsible drinking in South-East Asia by modelling positive behaviour in humorous online videos and encouraging social sharing.

Article

This report reveals the requirements for successful product innovation, based on the stories of the 2014 Nielsen Breakthrough Innovation winners.

Article

This report guides users through the alcoholic beverage industry, looking at the state of the business, the marketing opportunities, with particular focus on millennials, and best practice case studies.

Article

This Adstats article examines global adspend in the alcoholic drinks market.

Article

This article describes ten trends that affect alcohol marketing globally. These trends are: growing concern for health and well-being leading to product innovation in the category; functional and flavoured drinks; legislators attempting to limit alcohol consumption; the rise in middle classes and a desire for authenticity; and the necessity of embracing technological innovation to engage in social media.

Case Study

This case study discusses how Schweppes, the beverage brand, launched a new campaign aimed at capturing the younger generation in Australia.

Research Paper

Much of the confrontational efforts in the last four decades regarding the reduction of alcohol consumption have focused on the advertising of alcohol beverages.

Article

This report analyses food and beverage trends in the UK based on discussions with 50 leading industry figures.

Research Paper

This presentation explores the emergence of the middle class consumer in Russia following the development of capitalistic consumerism in the country.

Research Paper

Influenced by behavioural economics and related psychological theories, this paper, from BrainJuicer, a UK market research agency, describes a new behavioural model that identifies some of the influences on our behaviour that the research industry regularly overlooks.

Research Paper

This paper describes the many human biases identified by behavioural economics and unveils a new mass ethnographic approach – the behavioural detectives – that has been borne out of BrainJuicer’s understanding of behavioural economics.