LONDON: Alcoholic drink brands in England would lose almost 40% of their revenues, or an estimated £13bn, if consumers kept within official drinking guidelines, according to a new report that strongly criticises the motives of the drinks ...
Outdoor Advertising Association of America, 2018
This report, conducted by Omnicom Media Group’s Benchmarketing, examines out-of-home ROI and media mix optimization for seven key product categories: Automotive, consumer electronics, CPG food & drink, retail grocery, retail – non grocery, finance and banking, and restaurants and coffee shops.
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.
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.
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 ...
Galbin Holt and Paul Thomas, ESOMAR, Global Qualitative, November 2017
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.
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.
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.
Louise den Uijl, Marion Emorine, Sjoerd Koornstra, Maaike Hagen and Wim Hamaekers, ESOMAR, Congress, 2017
This paper reports the findings of a study by beer brand Heineken exploring whether beer-food pairings, as predicted by big data machine-learning algorithms, are successful when tasted by real consumers in France and the US.