By partnering with HBCUs and non-profits in key locales, 4th Ave Market is deepening and leveraging community involvement that builds both loyalty and acquisition at a lower cost. Salim Holder,
Founder & CEO of 4th Ave Market, will share how by combining purpose and profits brands can deliver products in an authentic way to the community while creating a stronger emotional connection.
By asking good questions, listening intently to consumers, and then acting based on insight, White Castle accelerated growth for its 35-year-old CPG brand. Jamie Richardson, Vice President of
Marketing & Public Relations at White Castle, will discuss how their consumer-centric approach to research yielded actionable learnings, and share why sometimes the simplest tweaks can translate to
the biggest impact.
Young people and high earners share video and personalization preferences, Idomoo reports.
Almost half of U.S. consumers said they read social media comments to learn what has been said about a brand. A similar number want to see brands respond to commentary.
H-E-B's strength shows that regional retailers can do a great deal to differentiate themselves online, building simple and easy-to-use tools for online shoppers, says Grant Steadman, Dunnhumby
president of North America.
With consumers returning to being thrifty, marketers need to adjust messages to express compassion, understanding and savings, according to data from research firm GWI.
"What used to be forthright patriotic marketing has mutated to camouflaged promotional ploys," says Brand Keys' Robert Passikoff.
The all digital wireless carrier, Visible, developed a top to bottom approach for market infiltration via data and market research. The challenger brand's head of brand marketing, Pearl Servat, shares
with us how they leveraged a marketing mix of digital and traditional channels to introduce prospects to the brand at various touch points and drive consumers to its digital storefront. Learn how
Visibles repeatable & scalable marketing strategy is reshaping what meaningful experiential activations looks like for a digital-first brand.
There is some "mismatch in consumer expectations" compared with retailers, as most consumers believe there will be less items on sale and lower discounts. Some retailers say they have an excess of
inventory and plan to put more items on sale.
Amid the changes in media and technology, marketing executives are looking to expand their production or sponsorship of original content.
For brands to effectively embrace a Multicultural world they need to accurately represent the Black, Latino and Queer communities on screen, in both programming and advertising. From racing shows to
road trips and spoken word to fashion shows and journeys; hear how Lexus has successfully harnessed the power of video to allow diverse communities see themselves in vehicle storylines.
The tools and information consumers seek most are lacking for 67% of consumers, the study found -- and AR fulfills these unmet needs with advanced detection, product visualization and try-on features,
which rank higher than non-AR features in driving purchase intent across categories.
Amid supply-chain bottlenecks and labor shortages, businesses face greater difficulties in keeping customers satisfied.
Customer satisfaction with streaming services such as Netflix, HBO Max, Peacock and Apple TV+ is surprisingly lower than expected, a new study says.
Audio can change the way consumers feel about a brand. Recent studies conducted by neuromarketing analytics firm Neuro-Insight set out to prove it.
About 70% of consumers worldwide said they had switched brands at least once in the past year.
Consumers are showing signs of disillusionment with the power of media to shape social norms.
"Companies delivering on time and keeping their promises despite supply-chain issues are being held in high regard," says Harris Poll CEO.
Crypto brands outperformed traditional financial services brands, per the study, now in its 12th year, per MBLM.
Many people working from home find their work and personal lives are intertwined -- a trend Microsoft says accelerated during the pandemic, creating a new type of buyer, or persona it calls "the
More than half of consumers say they have been frustrated when they couldn't reply to a message sent by a brand.
Good personal experiences help to build trust in brands, while "bad" personalization can be destructive.
Teens are most interested in new virtual experiences in gaming, TV/movies and shopping, while 45% of those over 54 are not interested in virtual experiences, a study by Toluna finds. Nearly half of
teens and 25% of those 18 and up said they know what the metaverse is, while 54% of those over 54 had no idea what it is.
More than half of marketing directors in the U.S. and U.K. said a shortage of technical skills among recruits is one of their biggest challenges.
According to new research from Publicis Media, "spending time at home" tops the list of "more important" things, followed by showering. Does that mean more TV/streaming consumption as well?
A new study by cybersecurity company Lookout reveals that when it comes to major consumer fears, scams and hacking-related threats are now Americans' ultimate concern.
In Q4 alone, FAST penetration increased by 4.9 percentage points, making it the fastest-growing streaming tier and putting it nearly on par with AVOD.
Discovery+ is perceived as having high ad loads, but they were deemed "reasonable" due to their relevance, a new survey finds.
Rapid growth in purchases of VR/AR accessories has raised concerns over data-collection practices, as targeting user content based on facial movements may negatively impact user privacy and safety.
We may never return to the way things were before COVID-19, and marketers will have to go with the shift, Euromonitor International reports.