Boredom is usually associated with negative concepts, but in reality it’s very important in order to relax, to make order among thoughts, to gain awareness and awaken creativity. Sioo:x, for example, have used boredom as a value added of their product. Do you want to know how? Continue reading.
Alessandra Colucci è consulente [e docente] in Brand Care specializzata in brand management, strategic planning, digital media e produzione audiovisiva per aziende e professionisti: mira a costruire loro una marca carismatica, fortemente visibile al proprio target e dalla positiva reputation.
Autrice di diversi saggi e articoli per riviste online e cartacee, è docente dal 2004 in vari master e corsi di alta formazione in materia di comunicazione, marketing, branding, produzione audiovisiva e product placement cinematografico per differenti università del territorio romano.
Dal 2009 è coordinatrice e docente del Master IED in Brand Management [http://bit.ly/iedmasterbm], per lo stesso istituto è anche coordinatrice dell’indirizzo “Marketing Account e Brand Management” nella scuola triennale di Roma, oltre che docente nel Master in Marketing Territoriale, che si svolge nella sede di Firenze.
Ideatrice e organizzatrice del Personal Branding Day, appassionata di blogging e social networking, semina idee e condivide riflessioni sul suo personal blog [http://bit.ly/aleblog] e su vari social media, anche se il suo preferito resta Twitter [@alebrandcare].
Entries by ale
Since I moved to the UK – more than 3 years ago, actually – I’m always hearing about Marmite, but I’ve never had the courage to taste it, I don’t know exactly why [probably because the colour doesn’t appeal to me at all], but I know here it’s a sort of must-have of the kitchen, as important as a kettle to embrace the British culture. Anyway, I’ve always been curious about it and now I’ve discovered this funny advertising campaign that helps me better understand the success of this peculiar product.
In recent years the world seems to have gone mad and many countries – including UK and Italy, unfortunately – have developed “attitudes” that are not very inclusive towards diversity, be it in terms of gender, origin or lifestyle. I was looking for a good example able to show the reason why those “attitudes” are profoundly wrong and absurd when I bumped into the powerful ambient marketing activity organised some months ago by Edeka, a German supermarket chain. Curious? Read on!
I’m recently working with a variety of companies in the food & drink sector creating international brands based on in-depth analysis of their markets and accurate business plans. Here is a gift, some more interesting data regarding the UK food trends.
I love it when I can work with companies operating in the food market and build with them an international brand based on and in-depth knowledge of their markets and a good business plan. Here is a gift, some other data related to the UK food trends.
I’m working with a variety of food companies that aim to build an international brand and need to know better their markets in order to create their marketing strategy. Here is a gift, some more data concerning the UK food trends.
I’m often working with food market companies that plan to create an international brand and aim to learn more about their markets in order to define their business plan. Here is a gift, some data concerning the UK food trends.
In this period I’m working a lot with food companies that want to position their brand internationally and need to know more about their markets before we can define their strategic plan. Here is a gift, some data concerning the Brits’ food consumption habits.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could have a sort of translator for all those situations in which it is quite difficult to understand specific jargon or simple subtexts in a discussion? Quicken Loans claim to have created an app that helps with mortgage understanding and they have launched their product using a very appealing and empathetic advertising campaign.