Monthly Archives: August 2014

Marketing- Hershey’s logo redesign

Ah, logo redesigns! The forever favourite of marketing textbooks in the past, and recently the ever giving fuel for Internet memes. A few recent one have made me raise my eyebrows, but this one, this one has given me giggles. … Continue reading

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Idea- non smart wearable tech?

I am on a tight budget at the moment (what with the nursery fees and mortgage) and have to watch my and family spend. Which means I have to track it, daily. Lots of mobile apps for that of course … Continue reading

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Marketing- less is more in digital ads

It took me good 15 min of trying to figure this ad out and I am still not sure what happened here. It’s from UK and it’s a local airport promoting train travel to Europe by offering to win free … Continue reading

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FinTech- Barclays moving closer to branchless future

My most favourited tweet last month was the repost of This Is Money post announcing the first signs of an inevitable trend in the world of retail banking – Barclays to get rid of cashiers from branches: ‘Community bankers’ armed … Continue reading

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Sustainability- Packaging free supermarket coming to Germany

You might have seen my previous post on the issue of excessive use of packaging by manufacturers and supermarkets which is causing pollution. Emergence and spread of package free supermarkets could be a solution. One is due to appear in … Continue reading

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