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Curated Articles From The Web

A Better Way to Calculate the ROI of Your Marketing Investment

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Traditionally, marketers calculate the ROI of a marketing investment by measuring how much sales increased in its aftermath. This is a blunt metric: maybe the consumer had a different interaction with the brand that influenced them.

It’s the real thing

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BUSINESSES have always told stories about their products. But in recent years they have become particularly verbose, bombarding consumers with any small detail that might enhance the brand. Shoppers at Whole Foods can peruse scintillating biographies of the chickens they are about to casserole.

Customers Aren’t Very Good at Judging Product Sizing

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People aren’t very good at judging changes in size. For example, I’ve found in my research with colleagues that when you make something bigger, people routinely underestimate how much bigger it is.

For Better Presentations, Start with a Villain

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Many executives start presentations about products or initiatives with a vague theme statement, often expressed with as much pith as a puff of smoke: “We have a new focus on customer satisfaction,” or “Our current strategic goals are execution and innovation.

The Uberization of Money

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Imagine that you want to buy a home. You might find a real-estate agent to show you around, which is a very 20th-century way of doing things. Or you might go 21st century and use the Web to research prices and available properties and to take a few virtual tours.

How Salad Can Make Us Fat

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WHEN marketing researchers at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School rigged shopping carts at a major East Coast supermarket with motion-tracking radio-frequency tags, they unwittingly stumbled on a metaphor for our path through the aisles of life.

Why Customer Gratitude Trumps Loyalty

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Brands want loyal customers. They buy more, pay more, and refer more. But research shows that loyalty is in decline. Consumers are considering more brands and switching providers more frequently than ever before.

Why badly designed Uber Clones will Fail

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I suspect there are 200 odd startups in India full of fresh engineers, pounding away at their keyboards and ordering Faasos rolls post midnight trying to launch the next Uber of X.

How to Give a Data-Heavy Presentation

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Data storytelling has become a powerful part of the communications toolkit, allowing both journalists and marketers to communicate key messages by using data and data visualization to drive articles, blog posts, and reports.

Honey I shrunk your bank branch

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If you work in a bank, you should probably read this. Banks are in grave danger.

How Tesla, Under Armour, and Sonos Do Branding

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The network effect, which describes how services and technologies become more valuable as more people use them, has driven the success of many internet companies. But it is not confined to the tech sector.

The deception that lurks in our data-driven world

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I get up, walk into the bathroom, and weigh myself. The data streams from the Chinese scale to an app on my phone and into an Apple dataserver, my permanent record in the cloud. I started this ritual because I thought it would keep me honest.

The narrow exit road for India's billion-dollar start-ups

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It amuses me no end when I walk into a room full of senior corporate-types discussing “excesses” by start-ups in the dotcom business.

Why Apple’s New iPhone Upgrade Plan Is Driving Growth

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You have to hand it to Apple. What other company incites such a frenzy when it releases an updated version of its product? The recent iPhone 6S release went as expected: winding lines of eager consumers at Apple stores and fevered media coverage.

At Oktoberfest, People Buy More Beer When the Price Rises

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For almost 20 years, an unusual thing happened in Germany around this time of year. Beer drinkers flocked to Munich by the million for Oktoberfest, a debaucherous celebration of brew, and found that the lagers and ales they came for had, once again, become more expensive.

Snickers Swaps Out Its Brand Name for Hunger Symptoms on Painfully Honest Packaging So you can call out your irritable friends By Tim Nudd

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The trend toward more personalized packaging continues, with a twist, as Snickers is replacing its brand name on packaging with 21 hunger symptoms.

The CEO of Bolthouse Farms on Making Carrots Cool

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How do you make carrots cool? In 2008, when I became the CEO of Bolthouse Farms, that was the question we needed to answer.

This Graphic Explains 20 Cognitive Biases That Affect Your Decision-Making

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We all make bad decisions sometimes, but have you ever wondered what mental obstacles can lead you astray? This infographic goes over 20 of the most common cognitive biases that can mess with your head when it’s decision time.

Twenty five people who matter in Indian e-commerce

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MintAsia profiles the 25 most influential people—entrepreneurs, investors and deal makers—driving Internet commerce in India.

Piecing Together the Tesla Strategy Puzzle

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These days, Tesla is the darling of the automotive world. But many of its strategic moves — A factory in Nevada that will crank out many times more batteries than the company can use? Turning over its patents to competitors? — can still seem quixotic, if not self-destructive.

Disruption in Financial Services: Nandan Nilekani at TiE LeapFrog

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At the TiE LeapFrog, Nandan Nilekani spoke about disruption in financial services citing the example of Whatsapp’s innovation in the messaging space. “Just as WhatsApp disrupted the messaging space from 2009 onwards, digital innovation is changing the payment and banking space in India,” he sa

Innovation Strategy : Timing and Scope

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Ferguson’s Formula

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Some call him the greatest coach in history. Before retiring in May 2013, Sir Alex Ferguson spent 26 seasons as the manager of Manchester United, the English football (soccer) club that ranks among the most successful and valuable franchises in sports.

The First Question to Ask of Any Strategy

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The senior team of a large player in the global wealth management business recently asked me for my opinion on their strategy. They had worked long and hard at coming up with it.

Do brand names matter?

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How should entrepreneurs decide the brand name when they are about to launch a brand? (Psst, please note we said about to launch a brand, not about to launch a product, since they refer to two totally different events.) By short, we presume you mean monosyllabic: like Coke.

Romanian City Gives Free Bus Rides To Passengers If They Read Books Inside

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Commuters can “travel by book” if they make education a priority while transiting. Between June 4th and 7th this year, travelers in the city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania had the opportunity to transit the city for free if they read a book inside.

Never Mind Online. Come Offline

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If you think me anti-establishment, so be it. That isn’t going to stop me from presenting a hypothesis. Which is that in India, the pot of gold does not reside in a mobile app or a website. The potential to make real money lies offline.

Design Thinking Comes of Age

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Increasingly, corporations and professional services firms are working to create design-centric cultures. Many products, services, and processes are now technologically complex. People are not hardwired to deal well with high levels of complexity. They need help.

Use Your Customers as Ethnographers

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Several of the great success stories of corporate ethnography have 3M engineer Richard Drew as their protagonist. In the 1920s, Drew spent several days at an auto assembly plant, observing how the workers were using his company’s sandpaper.

When First Movers Are Rewarded, and When They’re Not

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When it comes to launching new products, should your company be a pioneer or a follower? This question presents a constant dilemma for some businesses. Product pioneers face more risk, but can reap big rewards when an innovation proves successful.

How men and women divide their time on smart-phones

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Bengaluru: India has the third largest population of smartphone users in the world and the device is clearly altering shopping and browsing behaviour in consumers. Market researcher Nielsen India revealed how gender divide alters usage of smartphones and applications across markets.

The Discipline of Business Experimentation

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In the absence of sufficient data to inform decisions about proposed innovations, managers often rely on their experience, intuition, or conventional wisdom—none of which is necessarily relevant.

Big Data: Big Deal or Big Hype?

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Google Flu Trends article of November 2008 heralded in a new age for big data where where it is possible to leverage the vast amount of data to speak for itself, without theory or expert knowledge of the subject matter.

Design Thinking is About Doing

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Blair Christie: How to Build a Tech Brand

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Blair Christie shares her advice on how to build a tech brand and leverage partnerships to create a "multiplier effect." Christie is Chief Marketing Officer at Cisco Systems. She was a guest speaker at Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Jennifer Aaker's "Designing for Happiness" class o

6 Reasons Marketing Is Moving In-House

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A new research report from the Society of Digital Agencies finds that in the past year there has been a dramatic spike in the number of companies who no longer work with outside marketing agencies — 27 percent, up from 13 percent in the previous year.

A major airline says there's something it values more than its customers, and there's a good reason why

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At Southwest Airlines, employees come first.Yes, you read that right: The airline puts employee happiness above customer satisfaction.

3 Mobile Apps Poised to Change the Consumer/Brand Relationship

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For some time, social media commentators have asserted that the ability of brands and consumers to communicate across social platforms in real time holds the promise of humanizing brands and personalizing customer service.

Can mobile apps build brands?

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In the past, companies sought to please old customers and entice new ones by offering small holiday gifts. They gave away refrigerator magnets, calendars, and Christmas ornaments emblazoned with the company logo.

Increased Mobile App Use: What Your Brand Needs to Know about Apps

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Take out your smartphone—now. Count your apps. How many do you have? How many do you actually use? In an increasingly appified world, that distinction is critical to brand marketers wondering if they should jump into the fray.

Why Your Consumer Brand Should Turn to Mobile Apps

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Mobile apps are becoming a legitimate revenue driver for brands. In fact, some of the leading consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies in the world are building entire fleets of mobile apps.

How Social Movements Change Minds

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Marketers tend to like big, bold actions that grab attention and spew off metrics. Yet all too often, we ignore the much more mundane work that comes before. To market a product or an idea, you have to change minds, and that takes time and a lot of careful work.

How traditional retailers can compete with e-commerce firms

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Till recently, buyers were influenced by brand advertisements or word of mouth, which motivated them to visit brick-and-mortar stores to buy a brand. In the store, sales assistants further educated the buyer about the brand. Based on inputs from these myriad sources, the buyer purchased the brand.

The Science of Choice. By Mathew Willcox

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Matthew Willcox, EVP, global planning director of FCB West and founder and executive director of FCB’s Institute of Decision Making has intertwined more than two decades of advertising and marketing experience with the findings of decision-science researchers from around the globe to create a ma

Recommended reading for owners of small, medium businesses - Copperas Cove Herald: Business

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Every time I do a workshop or presentation, I end with a list of resources— including a list of books. At one of my recent talks, someone asked what other books I would recommend for business owners. 2. “Social Media 2.0” by J.R. Atkins.

OTT Video Is Creating Cord-Extenders, Not Cord-Cutters

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This year’s Emmy ballot is being culled from the greatest number of scripted dramas eligible in the history of the Television Academy.

End of the line

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COME July 29th, Windows 10—Microsoft’s successor to its ho-hum Windows 8/8.1 operating system (OS)—will be rolled out to original-equipment manufacturers and certain privileged users. Others who have signed up for a copy will be notified of its availability in the days and weeks thereafter.

Uzma Khan: How Do Consumers Understand Risk?

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It's a typical afternoon, which means that you're on Facebook instead of doing whatever it is you're supposed to be doing. You notice an ad from a company you follow — say, Chevrolet — offering you a chance to win a car if you sign up for a newsletter.

David uses social media to take on Goliath

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In years gone by if you were a big brand with handsome marketing spend, you commanded all the attention of your customers. You could buy the biggest bill boards and the best ad slots on television.

Identify the Marketing Metrics That Actually Matter

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The Internet of Things will collect and transmit unprecedented amounts of data. This poses a big problem for marketers, who can end up down a rabbit hole of fruitless information. Now, more than ever, marketers need to be measuring the right things.

Tommy Hilfiger’s Chairman on Going Private to Spark a Turnaround

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I first met Tommy Hilfiger around 1990, when he was already well known in the fashion industry. In the late 1960s he’d been a teenager in upstate New York, but he wanted access to fashionable clothing that he couldn’t find in local stores.

What Apple, Lending Club, and AirBnB Know About Collaborating with Customers

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The idea of “co-creating” with customers has been circulating for years, but until recently few companies effectively exploited its power or understood its contribution to the bottom line.

The Condensed Guide to Running Meetings

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We love to hate meetings. And with good reason — they clog up our days, making it hard to get work done in the gaps, and so many feel like a waste of time.

The Risks of Changing Your Prices Too Often

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Today’s technologies allow digital businesses (as well as a growing roster of traditional companies) to change prices frequently, even minute-by-minute in real time if they want to. It is not unusual for prices to change on sites like Amazon, Expedia, and Priceline several times a day.

The Rahul Yadav Story You’ve Never Heard Before

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Everyone likes a good story. And Rahul Yadav's is a great one. He's taken the Indian start-up ecosystem on a roller-coaster. A ride that has ended for now, but the system will continue to shake and shudder for a while from the aftereffects.

Jens Hainmueller: Will Consumers Actually Pay For Fair Trade?

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When consumers are asked in surveys to choose between fair-trade goods and the run-of-the-mill variety, most will say they prefer fair trade.

10 of the Dumbest Social Media Blunders Ever

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Companies are increasingly turning to social media to expand their Internet presence, promote their brand and engage with consumers. However, while social media is a powerful and effective tool, it can also generate a ton of negative publicity if used carelessly.

The Perils of Algorithm-Based Marketing

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If I told you this article was written by an algorithm (and you believed me), chances are you’d be creeped-out, suspicious of the content, and unable to muster much if any emotional response to it. That’s a natural response.

Annoying tech jargon to remove from your vocabulary

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We've all had to work with annoying colleagues — the foghorn who won't stop talking, the slacker who palms off his work on others, or the kleptomaniac who never returns your stapler. You learn to live with their little quirks.

CEOs' Uncensored Tweets And What You Can Learn From Them

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Whether they lean more toward humorous, hostile, or honest, executives are taking to Twitter to shape their message and their brand.

The Try-Hard Generation

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Graduation season is almost done, and it has brought the usual spate of commencement speeches that urge graduates to follow their passion, be true to themselves, inspire their fellow humans, and save the world. But in recent years there has been a dissenting note to this feel-good rhetoric.

'I've Never Thanked My Parents for Anything'

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I have been living in the United States for more than a decade, and I now say thank you about 50 times a day. Most of the time, I do it without thinking. I say thank you to the bus driver who takes me from point A to point B along with 20 other people. He usually can’t even hear me.

What Is a Business Model?

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In The New, New Thing, Michael Lewis refers to the phrase business model as “a term of art.” And like art itself, it’s one of those things many people feel they can recognize when they see it (especially a particularly clever or terrible one) but can’t quite define.

Personal Best

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I’ve been a surgeon for eight years. For the past couple of them, my performance in the operating room has reached a plateau. I’d like to think it’s a good thing—I’ve arrived at my professional peak. But mainly it seems as if I’ve just stopped getting better.

In Greek Debt Puzzle, the Game Theorists Have It

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That Yanis Varoufakis, the rakish Greek finance minister, would meet with senior European officials wearing a leather motorcycle jacket and open-collar shirt would probably have fascinated John F. Nash Jr.

The Happy Ecom Addicts of India

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You will also see boys and girls playing various games on their phones [the old tradition of elaborate system of card play with seats blocked for men who will join the gang at various stations I suppose still continues]. What is the latest game to hit Mumbai trains?

We Can’t Recall Logos We See Every Day: An Interview with Alan Castel

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The research: UCLA professor Alan Castel and his colleagues asked more than 100 students to draw the Apple logo from memory. Although many were Mac and iPhone users and most were reasonably confident they could accurately complete the task, only one person did.

What Maslow’s Hierarchy Won’t Tell You About Motivation

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At some point in their careers, most leaders have either consciously — or, more likely, unwittingly — based (or justified) their approach to motivation on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.

If You Want People to Listen, Stop Talking

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George*, a managing director at a large financial services firm, had an uncanny ability to move a roomful of people to his perspective. What George said was not always popular, but he was a master persuader. It wasn’t his title — he often swayed colleagues at the same hierarchical level.

Why John Nash Matters

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John F. Nash Jr. is widely known as the subject of the Oscar-winning film “A Beautiful Mind,” but his contributions to the advancement of human knowledge are far greater.

Tesla’s New Strategy Is Over 100 Years Old

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Contrary to popular belief, Thomas Edison did not invent the lightbulb. Twenty or so inventors and labs had already come up with similar designs when he patented his in 1879. What Edison really invented was affordable and accessible electric light.

A Better Way to Map Brand Strategy

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Companies have long used perceptual maps to understand how consumers feel about their brands relative to competitors’ and to develop brand positions. But their business value is limited because they fail to link a brand’s position to market performance metrics.

The Modi Model and the Ambassador Sarkar

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May 25, 2014, was, effectively, the last day of the Congress-led UPA government. May 25, 2014, was also the day Hindustan Motors suspended/discontinued the production of its Ambassador cars.

The Piggly Wiggly way

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IN 1916 Clarence Saunders changed the face of retailing when he opened his first Piggly Wiggly supermarket in Memphis, Tennessee.

The Differences Between Northern & Southern Indian Food

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Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.

What Tesla and Apple Both Know About Entering New Markets

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Electric car maker Tesla recently seized headlines when it announced plans to enter the market for battery-based, power-backup systems for homes, businesses, and utilities.

This is how BMW became the top selling luxury car company in the U.S.

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This is how BMW became the top selling luxury car company in the U.S. In 1975, when Bayerische Motoren Werke AG opened its first dealership in the U.S., the German maker of sporty cars and motorcycles was barely known to American motorists.

Different View of India: Pictures of Indian cities you don't see in overseas media.

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In the western media, we often see only one type of Indian image. Crowded, dirty and polluted. The pictures would be often taken from random sewage canals and slums. The problem is that those underbellies exist in every part of the world. Shanghai can be like this or like this:

Harvard Biz Review: 8 Core Principles of Blue Ocean Strategy http://t.co/TX

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BBC - History of Indian Mathematics Part-1 of 2

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Part-2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeJbR_...Marcus du Sautoy looks at the contribution of Ancient Indians like Aryabhata, Brahmagupta, Bhaskara, Madhava, etc in the field of Mathematics.Programme: BBC - The Story of MathsPresenter: Marcus du Sautoy

Identify Blue Oceans by Mapping Your Product Portfolio

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This past quarter Apple once again crushed its earnings report. This despite Wall Street’s uncertainty since the death of the company’s founder and visionary, Steve Jobs. How has Apple managed to maintain its stock price and convince investors of its growth potential?

A Country Is Not a Company

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College students who plan to go into business often major in economics, but few believe that they will end up using what they hear in the lecture hall. Those students understand a fundamental truth: What they learn in economics courses won’t help them run a business.

How to run Windows 10 on your Mac for free

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One of the selling points of a Mac these days is the ability to run Windows software on it, via virtualization or Apple’s own Boot Camp. Running Windows lets you play PC games that haven’t been ported to the Mac, or stay completely compatible with your documents from a PC-centric workplace.

Xiaomi, Not Apple, Is Changing the Smartphone Industry

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Determining which customer to target first is one of the most critical decisions in the entrepreneurial process. Customers that are relatively less risky and more predictable can make it easier for new to firms gain a market foothold.

Modern Asian leaders

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Makers of Modern Asia. Edited by Ramachandra Guha. Belknap Press; 385 pages; $29.95 and £22.95. Buy from Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk

What's Your Cultural Profile?

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Make Your Presentations Pop with These Free Tools

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These days audiences expect more from presentations. We want to interact, and we expect access to the presentation again afterwards. We also expect audio and video, not just stills.  Slides seem  to have become synonymous with bad presentations, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Taking to the Open Road

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Most people journey to Provence for at least 7-14 days to sample fresh produce, admire the beautiful scenery, enjoy the long and hot summer days, and generally adapt to the Provencal way of life.

The Lewis Model Explains Every Culture In The World

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A world traveler who speaks ten languages, British linguist Richard Lewis decided he was qualified to plot the world's cultures on a chart.

Where is the CMO in digital transformation?

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Digital is changing the world and chief marketing officers (CMOs) know it. They are embracing digital channels with fervor, but it’s time to do more, believes Accenture.

Cannes 2014: Coca Cola's Wendy Clark brings alive spirit of the ‘World’s Cup’, in real time

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Speaking to delegates at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity 2014 were two Coca Cola Company executives from the brand’s ‘war room’ in Rio, via Skype.

Strategy Is No Longer a Game of Chess

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Legendary strategists have long been compared to master chess players, who know the positions and capabilities of each piece on the board and are capable of thinking several moves ahead. It’s time to retire this metaphor.

How To Manage The Explosive Marketing Technology Landscape

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The line between marketing and IT is becoming blurred in many organizations.

State of Payments: Reinventing Money

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This post is part of a series in which LinkedIn Influencers analyze the state and future of their industry. Read all the posts here. If I had just two words to sum up everything that’s going in the payments industry right now, I’d pick “disruption” and “transformation.

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Marketing today is still based on last century’s thinking, which was created in an era when there were fewer brands, less competition, limited media options and no internet. Today everything has changed. It’s hyper competition out there. Brands are fighting brands to gain share. Media fragmentation is increasing the cost of reaching out to the customers. No wonder that 80%-90% of new brand launches fail every year.

Which brings us to the question – have the marketing models of 20th century become outdated? Are they incapable to keep pace with the speed of change of businesses, brands and consumers. Do we need a 21st century way of marketing?

This is what we do at Marketing Unplugged. We challenge the norms and question the way things are done. It is about breaking out of the formulaic and predictable processes. It is about not following the first right answer or the most obvious trail.

We are a team of strategy planners, who attempt to create innovative marketing strategies for brands and businesses, that help them grow in a hyper competitive market. We like to put the art back in marketing. The creative side of building brands and developing strategies. We rely on passion, innovation and on the new wave of marketing thinking that questions the 20th century way of doing business.


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Founder & Innovation Artist.
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Clients contact us when they have a marketing problem or an opportunity. Whether it is about business growth, or launching a new brand, or re-staging an existing brands, or about entering a new market, or to talk to a new set of audience, we come in and add innovative thinking to the mix. Working long term with our clients, we guide the business on the path of innovation to help achieve business objectives.


Sometimes clients are looking for fresh perspectives for their businesses. Our innovation workshops are designed to open up possibilities and create new lenses to look at the business. With our innovative and creative tools, we are able to define new way of looking at the business and find new solutions.


Being in the know of what new is happening in the the world of marketing is critical for marketers. Marketers are too busy in chasing targets and doing the urgent that they do not get time to see what new things are influencing marketing. We read a lot and are inspired by the new wave of marketing thinking. We train and inspire marketers and brand managers to think in an innovative way to make their businesses grow.



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