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On the 9th and 10th of June 2020, Wine Intelligence participated in the world’s first virtual wine & spirits packaging value chain trade show by hosting a virtual stand and running three webinars. For those of you who missed it, we have included the presentations below. Please click on any of the presentations to view.
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For immediate release: 20th April 2020 BEGINS Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead reflects on five key focus areas for wine marketers during and after COVID-19, based on the evidence presented in a range of marketing theory…
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Reflecting on the evidence of research studies in marketing theory and practice, from the present day back to the days of the Great Depression, Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead highlights five focus areas for wine marketeers to consider,…
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The human brain is still struggling, in evolutionary terms, to master the notion of money. In the absence of a more sophisticated management system, it uses its ancient pain and reward mechanisms – with some interesting consequences for those of us charged with selling wine
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Many wine producers remain caught in a negative feedback loop of producing commodity products at lower prices in a buyer’s market. Can they learn something from a cardboard box? A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of giving the keynote…
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Consumer behaviour is fraught with misplaced assumptions and paradoxes designed to catch out unwary brand managers. But there are some powerful learnings for those willing to embrace the topic in all its contradictory glory The…
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Do consumers care if a brand is marketing itself in an expensive way? An expensive engagement ring signals long term commitment rather than short term intention; a hand-written letter signals thoughtful and planned care rather than last minute…
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Wines made using organic, biodynamic and sustainable practices are becoming better known, but consumer confusion persists
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Proliferation of options in consumer goods is a fact of 21st century life, but is it a good thing?
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