Category: Branding and Marketing
Kantar Retail’s analyst team has gathered to give our initial views on both short-term and long-term exposure to the effects of Brexit on a retailer by retailer basis.
Kantar Retail's latest edition of Breakthrough Insights covers the best analysis from the first half of 2016.
by J. Walker Smith, Andrew Curry, Joe Ballantyne and Mark Inskip Slower growth is the new normal for the global economy, and it has business leaders worried. The fear is… Read More »
Millennials: Setting the Pace was presented by Henry Tucker, Managing Director, EMEA at a 2016 Kantar Worldpanel event.
by Walker Smith I sent back my Google Glass. Why? No killer app. On tax day, I learned that Google had a one-day window for ordinary Joes like me to… Read More »
by Walker Smith As any banker will tell you, the moment a bank is forced to ask depositors for trust is the very moment at which, for all practical purposes,… Read More »
Customers are changing. They expect businesses to want to have an appropriate relationship with them, in which they get treated as human beings. And they’re more loyal to businesses that… Read More »
by Walker Smith The word is out. Big headlines. Facebook is running experiments with users’ news feeds. Apparently, shock and outrage are in order. But, honestly, I’m not sure why.… Read More »
by Walker Smith Segmentation is making headlines. The journalistic reprise of some inelegant remarks by Abercrombie & Fitch’s CEO and the eruption of a scandal involving IRS scrutiny of conservative… Read More »
Written by Jeremy Sy, Director of Consulting, Kantar Futures, Singapore “I love you, but stop trying to change me.” That’s the message young people in Asia today are sending to… Read More »
Less is the future. Some of what’s less is structural. We are facing natural limits of critical resources including key metals and minerals, water, land proximate to economic hubs, and cheap energy supplies. Threats… Read More »
One of the big questions on the table for brand marketers is what to do with Big Data. The presumption is that more data means better marketing, but finding the… Read More »
These days, we tell ourselves that we are living in an era of new media. True enough, although maybe not quite so true as we like to think. It all… Read More »
Simplification is not a trend. That’s not to say it’s unimportant. It’s only to say that you should look askance when you hear simplification being bandied about as the next… Read More »