MUMBAI: Hindustan Unilever is using its detergent brands to initiate “serious conversations” with consumers on subjects ranging from the financial empowerment of women to the fear of failure, a leading executive has said.
BANGKOK: Brand relaunches carry a significant risk of losing existing customers to rivals and it can take a long time to win them back, but Unilever found the use of nudge theory can help make the change almost seamless.
Ramanathan Vythilingam, ESOMAR, APAC, 2018
Discusses an innovative application of NUDGE by Unilever in Thailand, designed to minimize the disruption caused to consumers and thereby significantly improve the chances of a successful brand relaunch.
GLOBAL: Unilever, the consumer goods giant, launched its Sustainable Living Plan in 2010 and eight years later it appears that its global social and environmental initiative is also delivering solid commercial benefits.
BERLIN: The successful launch of Zalando’s beauty range – the first new category in four years for Europe’s biggest online retailer – provided a bright spark in what was an otherwise a squeezed quarter, hinting at ...
BUENOS AIRES: At times of social, economic and political crisis, brands tend to reach for a safe, reactive approach, but Unilever has developed a holistic program in Argentina that enables it to understand people and consumption at these times and ...
Euromonitor Strategy Briefings, January 2017
This paper outlines the findings from Euromonitor International's Beauty survey, which drew from 1000 online consumers in 20 markets and concludes that the diversity of global beauty routines creates expansion opportunities.
Marie Maurer, Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, Silver, Best Dedication to Effectiveness - Unilever (The Simon Broadbent Prize), Best Commercial Effectiveness for Good (President's Prize), IPA Effectiveness Awards, 2016
This case study shows how Dove, a personal care brand, successfully translated a brand purpose campaign in the US into a sales increase.
Euromonitor Strategy Briefings, April 2016
This report discusses the future of the global luxury goods industry, including changes in key markets, the impact of luxury wearables and how brands are looking for more meaningful 'luxury experiences'.