According to Statista, the “Made in” label was created by UK at the end of 19th century in order to mark products and protect the national market from counterfeiting. Over time the label has extended its meaning and has become a very important tool used almost everywhere with the aim of helping consumers to identify the characteristics of items they desire and purchase. Here are some interesting details.
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].
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This Sunday is going to be Women’s Day. So this seems to me a good occasion to share the 2019 Gender Equality Index. Advances in this field cannot be considered completely satisfactory, however we have made some progress in Europe. Let us work even harder to achieve new goals in the next future.
Ecommerce has changed amazingly: from a way to buy small stuff which is difficult to find in a convenient physical store, to a style of purchasing whatever one can have in mind. One of the last frontiers of online shopping could be furniture, but even this seems to have become something quite common. Here are some data related to the worldwide furniture online market.
Technically they are called “Fast moving consumer goods” or “FMCG” [for those who love acronyms], practically they are the fresh foods one usually buys in farmer markets, supermarkets and grocery stores. Online vendors of these kind of products still have to work hard to compete with the traditional physical shops and conquer their market share, but in some countries the online grocery shopping is starting to spread. Here are some data.
In 2018 worldwide countries produced more than 292 million hectolitres of wine, the major producers being Italy [54.8 m hl], France [41.9 m hl] and Spain [44.4 m hl], but which are the most valuable importing countries? Here are some data and the worldwide Top10 ranking for wine importers.
Are you vegan or vegetarian and planning your next vacation? Are you a tour operator considering building a vegan-friendly holiday package? In both cases, here are some inspirations that will help you find the perfect travel destination for you or for your target customer: the Top10 cities for people on a plant-based diet.
Running is not my cup of tea. I can walk indefinitely, but running is an activity that I dislike wholeheartedly. Anyway, apparently, lots of people love running, lots of travellers – especially Millennials – are interested in finding the perfect spot to have a run even when they are on holiday or on a business trip. For them, last summer Miami Ad School ideated a promotional campaign “Run the world” used by Brooks, running shoes USA brand.
I didn’t know, but apparently in the UK as in the US one of the Christmas fashion must haves is an ugly quirky possibly knitted jumper to wear at special occasions before the winter holiday such as University and Business Christmas parties or more specific “ugly Christmas sweater parties”. Since 2012, Save the children” have contributed to the spread of this silliness organising their “Christmas Jumper Day”.
Looking forward to the next travel opportunity and having had the opportunity to work on strategic plans that included an in-depth study of the tourist market, here are some reflections on tourist figures, now almost always connected online.