Diageo (global drinks giant) picked a fight with Brewdog (small Scottish brewer). I’m not going to reiterate here what fight they picked, but you should read all about it from the mouth of the Brewdog horse. This post won’t make much sense if you don’t know the background. Suffice to say that it was the [...]
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A sure sign of a strong client relationship is if you find yourself being described as a “good listener”. It is an attribute to which clients attach great value. That’s because there’s more to good listening than meets the ear. Good listening is as much about the culture of the organisation as it is about [...]
This has long been true of service brands. But it is increasingly true of manufacturing brands too. Once upon a time a brand was a series of values attached to a product by way of design, advertising, user imagery etc But the logical conclusion of fmcg brands entering social spaces and dialogue channels is that [...]