What are the secrets behind Apple’s brand experience? In this video I reveal 5 key secrets from Empathy to Frontlines that define Apple as an exceptional brand.
From author Seth Godin to Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks, what is the future of brand marketing? Check out these quotes to see what the opinion formers are saying about brand in 2015.
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It takes having a pair and a clear vision of what works and what doesn’t work to understand the future of brand in 2015. That’s why I compiled this list of inspiring quotes and insights from today’s brand leaders. Discover the future of marketing according to Jeff Bezos, Seth Godin, Tony Hsieh, Steve Jobs and Howard Schultz amongst other leaders in this new presentation:
In my latest webinar I look at the top 5 reasons Brand Experience (not Branding) is the future of marketing. In this video I share case studies from Apple, Starbucks and Southwest Airlines and detail how they create world class Brand Experience.
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Ogilvy died in 1999. That was last century. Last millennium. We need to stop reminiscing about Mad Men and a model that used to work because the modern customer has already moved on.
Zappos, Starbucks, Southwest Airlines and Apple. All these companies share a similar approach to Brand Experience. They all left the rest behind. They thought different. They left the 20th century, The Big Idea and Brand Management behind, where it belonged in 1999.
Let’s take a look at how marketing is changing using this table as a guide. The table contrasts two approaches for two different eras: Branding vs Brand Experience, old vs new, 20th vs 21st century, external vs internal.