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Once the coronavirus outbreak is contained, how will markets and consumers behave? The word ‘unprecedented’ is often misused – not so at the moment. This morning around half of the world’s population have awoken to a lifestyle they…
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How diversifying your business plan helps prevent unpredictable events disrupting your entire business By definition, black swan events are ‘extremely rare events with severe consequences that cannot be predicted beforehand.’ While a global…
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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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