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Gen Z demands more diversity and inclusion from brands

Gen Z demands more diversity and inclusion from brands

Despite corporate America’s pledges to improve diversity and equality this year, a study from consumer research platform Quantilope reveals that

10 takeaways from Wunderman Thompson's Future 100 report

10 takeaways from Wunderman Thompson's Future 100 report

After the pandemic completely upturned marketing (and everything else), this annual report provides a raft of predictions for 2021. We

Brand loyalty declines as economy suffers amid pandemic

Brand loyalty declines as economy suffers amid pandemic

Job losses and supply chain disruptions contributed to the decline, according to an Omnicom Media Group study.

The first brand you think about shouldn't be yours - but your consumer's

The first brand you think about shouldn't be yours - but your consumer's

It’s time for marketers to focus less on how we tell a brand’s story and more on how 'generation identity'

Three post-pandemic Gen Z behaviour trends to watch

Three post-pandemic Gen Z behaviour trends to watch

How are young people adapting to the post-Covid world?

Hands off: can touchless experiences still be fully immersive?

Hands off: can touchless experiences still be fully immersive?

Low-contact events are one way the experiential industry can adapt to ensure it is 'Covid-secure'.

How marketers can innovate more with fewer resources

How marketers can innovate more with fewer resources

The 'innovation squeeze' is taking its toll on brand chiefs.

The sound of victory: how brands can harness fan sentiment

The sound of victory: how brands can harness fan sentiment

Siemens, EDF and IBM are among the brands utilising technology to display emotions.

Ex-Cambridge Analytica psychologist goes into business with ex-agency chiefs

Ex-Cambridge Analytica psychologist goes into business with ex-agency chiefs

Capuchin, named after monkey known for organ-grinding, claims to offer pioneering blend of 'scientific thinking for irrational minds'.

Combining the John Lewis and Waitrose loyalty schemes is a no-brainer

Combining the John Lewis and Waitrose loyalty schemes is a no-brainer

The similarities between the customers of John Lewis and Waitrose are striking, and yet the majority only currently shop in