Brilliance in Marketing
The AMA New York's Brilliance in Marketing series talks to board member Craig Charney, who led our Future of Marketing research study. He shared some of the highlights of the study that focused on consumer attitudes in China and the US. in this time of economic conflict and rapid technological change.
In marketing today, everything is becoming more measurable. Brand economist Tracy Chong, of Strata Insights talks about measuring intangibles and brand.
Employee backgrounds matter for your brand. Reputation is created less by marketing and more by the people you hire and what they do--so it pays to check.
In today's crowded, noisy marketplace, it's harder and harder for brands to stand out. Yet getting the attention of consumers is critical to business success. And that takes relevance. Jesse Purewal, a partner at Prophet, the brand consultancy behind the Brand Relevance Index® talks about what makes a brand relevant, which brands succeed, and what relevance achieves.