• Transform magazine
  • June 05, 2020

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Opinion: Why you can’t afford not to engage with disabled people

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Ignoring disabled people in your marketing and communications means missing a multibillion-pound trick as Emma Gardner explains Including disabled people in your mark...

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Opinion: What is the value of ownable shapes in confectionery?

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Memorable shapes and 3D brand touchpoints are key to the success of confectionery branding. How do iconic brands approach the brand and packaging decisions of the Christmas season?...

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Opinion: Facebook goes corporate. The power of action, the promise of belief

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As the dust has settles around the social media giant’s three week old rebrand, Vincent Roffers argues that real work has yet to begin...

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Insights: From Asia to beyond, through upstream creativity

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Asian brand owners are benefitting from an increasingly sophisticated understanding of the power of branding. Jolin Guan discusses changing approaches to creativity A...

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Insights: Building brands in the age of Asia

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The economic powerhouse of Asia is coming of age, heralding challenges and opportunities for brands that want a bigger piece of the action, Gareth Richardson writes....

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Opinion: How can design be leveraged to achieve business objectives?

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People have always been fascinated by design. Since the earliest humans splashed paintings of their daily lives onto cave walls, right through to Dieter Rams at Braun or Steve Jobs placing design at the core of Apple’...

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Opinion: The wrong data or the wrong brains?

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Brand owners are missing a trick by playing it safe with silver shoppers and our dysfunctional relationship with data is partly to blame, Antony Mayfield asserts “The...

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Opinion: Ooh la la, the Paris 2024 logo needs to be taken seriously

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Alex Moulton mulls over whether the controversial marque can silence its critics At first glance the Paris 2024 logo is simple, clean, and emotive. And if ever there...

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Opinion: How branding is opening up rugby to the world

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Its new image is helping the game extend its reach beyond the traditional rugby-playing nations, argues Adam Savage. The Rugby World Cup in Japan is now in the later...

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Opinion: Employer branding in the gulf region

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With the price of oil rebounding from $50 per barrel in 2016 to $64 per barrel now, and with 70% of the population under 30, young Saudis are still anxious about their future prospects. Considering 70% of working Saud...

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