• Why downgrading is the new upgrade in the wardrobe space
    July 18, 2018
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    Whilst social media influencers still have a part to play in helping young consumers discover what’s en vogue, their stars are visibly waning as upgraded wardrobes mean having less, rather than more.

    Cutting back on the number of pieces they...

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  • digital detox Digital Detox in a 24/7 World
    July 10, 2018
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    In a 24/7 world, Ys and Zs are well-informed in the art of self-care and willing to spend money to take back control.

    Everywhere are opportunities to improve ourselves. A mattress that monitors sleep, toothbrushes that educate kids to better...

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  • meaningful work Achieving Meaningful Work in the Era of Technological Disruption
    June 14, 2018
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    By Ben Oxenham, Research Director – Employee Research, ORC International

    First published in the May 2018 edition of Hong Kong Institute of Human Resources Management Journal

    As technology, the gig economy and automation weave themselves...

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  • A bitter pill to swallow
    June 7, 2018
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    Each year Australians spend around $2 billion on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), but less than half of those who do choose not to discuss it with their doctors. Where it used to be viewed as innovative, now the...

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  • personal care products getting personal This time it’s personal
    May 22, 2018
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    Beauty brands are getting granular. How customisation is changing the face of the consumer industry and why brands need to get smart.

    Having your personal care products tailored used to be an option only for the rich and famous. But...

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  • Watch and learn: Educational institutions teach the next generation in innovative ways.
    May 10, 2018
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    With educational institutions trying to keep up in a constantly changing market environment, big brands are seizing the opportunity to teach the next generation in innovative ways. 

    Today’s youth are increasingly using self-directed forms of education, YouTube leading the way...

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  • Art of Storytelling
    May 2, 2018
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    We’re excited to announce the theme of the month for May: storytelling. We'll be examining the power of storytelling in business and how it can motivate leaders and teams. To learn more, have a look at our Art of Storytelling...

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  • Customer-centric Building a customer-centric business: What three things do successful organisations have in...
    April 29, 2018
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    By 2021, global spend on customer experience is expected to reach $13 billion. To understand what a successful customer experience strategy looks like, we recently surveyed 1000 organisations and found that those who put “true experiences” at the center of...

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  • Exertainment: Entertainment with benefits Exertainment: Entertainment with benefits
    April 22, 2018
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    With modern youth blurring the boundary between exercise and entertainment, health and wellness brands need to put down the dumb bells and pick up the glow sticks.  

    Today’s youth are joining the dots between exercise and entertainment, creating unique social...

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  • Chinese middle class Surfing the Chinese wave: Who benefits most from the rise of the...
    April 16, 2018
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    After decades of robust growth, China is facing a slowdown. This year is no exception, and Chinese growth is expected to slow to 6.5% from 6.9% last year. However, this isn’t exactly bad news for the growth of the Chinese consumer;...

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