For years brands have been trying to increase their focus on sustainability. How are they doing? What should they be thinking about and what are some opportunities for brands of all sizes to embed sustainability not just in their business practices but into the way they build their brand?
There’s not as much legacy and loyalty in the media anymore with the rise of social media, celebrity & pop culture. With a 24-hour news cycle and media personalities jumping from station to station, you're always looking for the next big thing.
Play has proven to be a powerful force in developing young minds and hearts. So why not with brands too? Can brands learn from play based learning techniques used by educators to help drive innovation, further diversity and inclusion and promote the general wellbeing of team members and customers? Should brands play more?
On The Naked Brand we are always talking about Brands in some shape or form. As the pandemic thunders on the subject of brands are starting to become more mainstream. Why Brands are important? Why People are Brands? How Brands help bring people together through creating culture. And a topic that I’m planning to have multiple episodes on... Why Branding is important now more than ever!
Privilege is a much-discussed and very nuanced term, especially these days. But what does it mean for the way brands truly understand and address the issues of privilege within their organizations? For brands who are trying to ensure their own story as one that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion, what's the playbook they need to follow to ensure they stay true to it?
Food plays a big role in all our lives and our culture! As our food expectations evolve from basic fuel to food as an experience, the relationship between people and food has become more complicated. Emotion and guilt have become intertwined with what and how we choose to consume food, which has forced our chefs/cooks to have to adjust how they brand and deliver food.
Mom’s usually hold a special place in our hearts. The presence or absence has a major effect on who we turn out to be. As the standard of living increases worldwide, and the need for 2 income homes continues to rise, we ask how has the role and perception of the mom brand changed? And how does the marketing to moms need to change?
Since the pandemic nobody has become a stranger to virtual. From Virtual calls to Virtual Dance Battles! As we emerge from the pandemic we ask, is virtual going to play a different role or is it just a passing phase?