• Transform magazine
  • August 18, 2018

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Rewind: Blockbuster

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A former household name, poor customer experience and inflexibility in its brand resulted in end credits for Blockbuster. What changes would brand experts make if they could have saved the chain?...

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Rewind: Saab

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Once a reliable automaker and a flagship Swedish brand, now reinvented by a Chinese investor as NEVS, could a brand repositioning have saved Saab from bankruptcy? Nick Moffat, creati...

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Rewind: BlackBerry

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BlackBerry was once the leader in smartphone technology. Its inability to adapt has left the brand on the brink of extinction. What do experts thing caused the demise of the once-loved BlackBerry?...

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Rewind: Zeppelins

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In what has become a byword for disaster, the Hindenburg Zeppelin’s crash over New Jersey became world news and tolled the death knell for the technology’s proliferation. Could the collapse of the Zeppelin’s popularity and fea...

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Rewind: Life magazine

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Life magazine was a long-time champion of world-class photojournalism. But its closure preceded the 2008 recession and the wholesale demise of many global publications. Could Life have been revived through a brand repositionin...

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Rewind: MSN Messenger

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MSN Messenger was once the favoured chat programme for teens everywhere. Yet, it fell into disuse when more comprehensive social networks were introduced. Could a shift in brand positioning have saved the brand from obsolescen...

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Rewind: Woolworths

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With a failing business model and competition from online retailers, was Woolworths a casualty of the digital age or an example of a mismanaged brand?...

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Rewind: Concorde

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Plagued by pricing concerns and crashes, the Concorde was retired in 2003. Could a new brand positioning or brand strategy have saved the super-fast jet? Sarah Macaulay, marketing ma...

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Rewind: League of Nations

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After World War I, US president Woodrow Wilson’s brainchild, the League of Nations, took shape. Yet the grand experiment failed with the onset of a second catastrophic conflict. Could the league have taken action to save its r...

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