Susan Sanei-Stamp discusses the importance of customer centricity, and how placing the consumer at the centre of your business decisions builds equity. What does your business do to ensure its focus is on the consumer?
Many advertisers in Canada use US ads to save budgets, but they often present a very different portrayal of cultural values and gender roles. Kantar’s Scott Megginson discusses the opportunity for advertisers to rethink how ROI could be improved through better connection to local consumers.
Canadian consumers today reward brands that exhibit a strong, useful and authentic purpose, but ensuring consumers are aware of your efforts is no easy task. Paul Gareau shares 3 key lessons to create an impactful brand purpose.
Marketers are constantly faced with the question of whether to drive short-term financial growth or build long-term brand equity. Irvinder Kaur & Tanya Saran assess the debate. Their conclusions might not be what you expect.
When the consumer is constantly changing how can businesses hope to achieve long-term brand growth? Through the lens of car manufacturer Maruti, Poonam Kumar explains how brands can stay relevant by consumers throughout the decades.
Many brands have relied on the same tried and tested growth models for decades, but those formulas are badly failing today. Bart Michels shares seven building blocks that companies must embrace to achieve sustained top-level growth.
As consumers have added more Private Label products to their trolleys, supermarkets have built powerful new brands. Martin Guerrieria and Matt Botham outline how differentiation is the key for other brands to compete against rising PL brands.
UK customers banking needs are changing. BrandZ consumer data shows Monzo is positioned for greatness as it redefines what banking means today. So what does Monzo teach about brand building? Find out with Martin Guerrieria & Sara Reid.
Delivering growth is now more difficult than ever before. Evolving customer experience and attracting whole-brained talent are two ways of many to build real growth in challenging times.
BrandZ South Africa
Retaining its value twice as well as any of the Big Four banks, Nigel Hollis outlines the four branding approaches adopted by FNB for other South African marketers to emulate to build success.
There is often a gulf between the experience brands promise and what they deliver. Adhil Patel explains in order to get the basics right and refocus on the consumer, businesses must map the consumer's "journey" with the brand.
The key to success during a downturn is to remain focused. Charles Foster explains the approaches South African brands should follow in order to survive in today's volatile macroeconomic climate.
Nando’s tops the list of South African brands that generate the majority of their revenue overseas. Stina Van Rooyen shares the recipe to Nando's worldwide success.
Smarter data gets you closer to the heart of your customer. John Cucka outlines three critical factors that marketers should consider when analysing smart data.
Brands that deliver a high-quality experience have grown their brand value 188% over the last 12 years. Jake Pilgrim explains how companies can create a brand experience that resonates with customers.
To win in developed markets, brands must have a clear purpose. Learn more about the purpose paradox with brand-building insights from Dennis Wong.
Growth is proving challenging for many biscuit brands in Indonesia. Feny Soraya and Ilham Maulana outline two rules for successful innovation that FMCG brands should follow to achieve growth.
Experiences help consumers manage the proliferation of choice. Getting the brand promise right and co-creating with consumers are two ways of many to create a meaningful brand experience. Learn more with Suresh Subramanian.
Social media has given businesses a window into consumers lives - and a new way to gain inspiration. Madhav and Amira Khanifah share three approaches to integrating social listening into your product innovation strategy.
The journey from value brand to premium is not an easy one. But it’s one that many Chinese companies are trying to make.