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The future trends hidden in the “State of Marketing” report

How are brands going to develop a competitive advantage in a hyperconnected world where two or three technology ecosystems have most of the attention? I have been thinking about this question a lot recently – because that’s part of my job. Over the last couple of months, I have been observing some macro-trends that have […]

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The future of advertising is already happening

The world of digital marketing and advertising has gone through unprecedented change over the last decade, and the pace of that change shows no sign of slowing down. Personalised, data driven, communications have now become firmly entrenched into mainstream marketing portfolios. Mass market media still plays a vital role, but highly targeted, personalised, data driven […]

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Experience Economy Part Three

Designing your experience Sometime in the months before July 2006, senior executives at Nike made a decision that has shaped its digital strategy. It created ripples in the world of personal electronics that are still being felt today. At that point in time, big data was being talked about worldwide as an emerging competitive advantage […]

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Experience Economy Part Two

Know where your business is heading  The term “creative destruction”, coined by the Austrian American economist Joseph Schumpeter, refers to the “process of industrial mutation that incessantly revolutionizes the economic structure from within, incessantly destroying the old one, incessantly creating a new one”. In other words, an innovation cycle that creates new organizations and market […]

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Experience Economy Part One – Customer centered transformation

What your customer wants Over the last decade Australia really enhanced its reputation as “the lucky country”. While other economies were struggling with the fallout of the GFC Australia’s economy was strong. But this success has come at a cost. While many global businesses were rapidly transforming around the needs of the customer and the […]

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