Posts

Statista - annoying airplane passsengers

Travel responsibly

/
For me, now that COVID-19 allows it, it's time to have a break and switch off from the daily routine for a bit. For all who are about to fly somewhere, make sure you would be considered as a pleasant travel companion [...]. Have a look to the stats, then have a great holiday! :)
New York Times - milk

Milk and sustainability

/
Milk is a widely consumed food. According to Clai, in 2020 in the EU-28 [the data still includes the UK] the annual consumption of animal-derived milk was almost 65kg per-capita, plus in recent years the so-called "plant alternatives" have also grown exponentially. But which "milk" is the most sustainable? Here are some data.
Statista - New Year

So many cultures, so many New Years

/
This Friday, 2021 will [finally] begin and during the night between the 31st December and 1st January many countries – the ones following the Gregorian calendar, which is based on one revolution of the Earth around the sun – will celebrate the New Year… but not everywhere will be the same: every year we have at least 6 other New Years, according to different cultures and calendars.
Statista - meat and climate change

Meat, lifestyle and climate change

/
Personally, I can be defined as a flexitarian, but I have to say I'm consuming more and more vegan and vegetarian meal while I'm cutting down on meat consumption. Apparently, according to a multitude of research and studies, I'm not alone. This fact has attracted my curiosity, so I started collecting data and insights regarding the meat market and its surroundings. Here are some of my findings.
IKEA - ThisAbles

Inclusive brands: Ikea and the ThisAbles project

/
This post highlights one of the reasons why Ikea is one of my favourite brands: it is inclusive, its aim to “create a better everyday life for as many people as possible” is true. In fact I just discovered [with a bit of a delay, I have to admit] Ikea's project named ThisAbles, a project that the furniture brand has developed in collaboration with Milbat and Access Israel in order to allow people with special needs to completely enjoy its products. Read more to know how.
Doncaster Council - wellbeing

Marketing trend: wellbeing

/
Already on the radar in 2019, the concept of wellbeing is a trend - quite obviously – also this year and it will probably stay at the front of people’s minds for years to come. Consumers have become more conscious about their health and wellness and they are seeking brands that recognise their bodies uniqueness and their specific lifestyles while proposing healthy alternatives to include in their consumption. Here are some reflections and data.
Dove - advertising campaign

Marketing trend: the age-agnostic society

/
According to Nielsen and other accredited research institutes, one of the strongest marketing trends of 2020 is the one leading brands to a more age-inclusive approach in their strategy and communication, getting rid of all the previous aged-based stereotypes in order to be ready to interpret new spreading lifestyles. Here are some reflections and data.
Free-from icons

Focus on: UK food trends – part 3

/
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.
PHE - healthier eatingPHE

Focus on: UK food trends – part 2

/
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.