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Point Of View: Women In Leadership Roles In The Industry. If Not Now, When?

Talking about women and leadership today, we see how women have overcome the shackles of the world and how they've now been receiving support. But what happens when they get past that interview and what does it take to make that change?

Marketing:

Ready To Melt with Anant Rangaswami: Podcast Episode 01

Now, listen to the latest and hottest from advertising and marketing in India.

Marketing:

It Took More Than Two Minutes, But Nestlé India Is Back To Fighting Fit

Suresh Narayan was required to drop everything and head to India to manage the fallout of what was then a developing crisis. In conversation with Suresh Narayan, CEO of Nestlé India about his journey with Nestlé and how he tackled a developing crisis, one that threatened the very foundations of the brand.

Marketing:

From Marketing To Marathons

Ushnota Paul profiles four top corporates in India who spill the beans on how running marathons has helped them in their professional career.

Research:

QSR Chains And The Social Media Landscape

Social media is a great place to be in for brands in 2017. With more people logging in multiple times a day, there’s no better medium to reach the wi-fi enabled. And that’s exactly what brands from the QSR industry in India did. In this report by Unmetric, we take a look at the social media landscape of quick service restaurants and take a deep dive into the performance of 15 brands.

Research:

Point Of View: Is Your Brand Doing Justice To Its Sermon?

What the world once trusted, it now doubts. The mainstream media has lost its monopoly on authority. Societal and economic fears are dominating the conversation, especially concerns about job loss, immigration restrictions, and the rapid pace of innovation. The chasm between views held by the elites and the mass population continues to widen.

Research:

Point Of View: The Other Sides Of The Marketer

Question: Name five books that you recommend to marketers and CEOs. Answer: CEOs and CMOs come with rich experiences, which not only set them a class apart, but also hold them and their brands in good stead. However, in today’s world, unlearning is as important as learning. And therefore, it is key for them to be refreshed with the new realities and opportunities. I would, therefore, recommend these 5 books with each bringing a unique but key learning.

Research:

The Social Media Habits Of Top Aviation Brands

Airlines are very heavy users of social media. They vie with competitors to reply to their customers online in the most efficient manner possible, offer the best possible rates and the greatest experience.In addition to redressing consumer concerns, airline brands use social networks to engage their audience with relevant content and pass along information about flight schedules, new routes, discounts etc. This way, social media plays a key role in constructing a brand’s personality online. In order to understand how effectively airline brands used social media, Unmetric took a look at the top 15 brands across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram during Q1 2017. These include: Aeromexico, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin Airlines, Volaris and WestJet. Here’s what we found:

Media:

Burning Issues: The Great Unbundling Of Digital Video

Digital video is being unbundled into ad-supported and subscription supported content. In that on-going fission, lies opportunities for a new kind of marketing, that marries story-telling and computing.

Advertising:

The Sharing Economy VS The Caring Economy

In the coming years, all content would translate to videos. This would mean staying open to the re-structuring of PR plans and opening the team to several other expertise simultaneously leaning to real situations that would eventually lead to sustainable topics.