Gen Y came of age at a time when corporate social responsibility was gaining wide spread traction. If social responsibility is part of your brand’s DNA, here are some tips on effectively reaching Gen Y.
There is no shortage of glamorous jewelry pieces for the upcoming season. From classic clean lines to geometric patterns, there is a jewelry trend to fit everyone’s taste.
To rent or to buy, that is the question that often conflicts us when standing with a big ticket item at a store. There is no doubt that we covet these luxury items, but often our pockets aren’t deep enough or we have trouble justifying the purchase if we don’t see ourselves wearing it often.
Good press can mean various things to individual brands. It can increase awareness of your products and services, it can drive traffic to your website or retail locations, and it can create appeal to potential distribution partners.
While larger and more established beauty brands may have equally larger budgets, it doesn't always equate to understanding and utilizing the social media space in the most effective way.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia recently announced that it is doing such a restructure of its portfolio. It has created a strategic plan that will be implemented in 2013 to deliver its various lifestyle content across digital, mobile and video platforms while streamlining their approach to broadcast and print distribution.
Millennials are more socially, emotionally and intellectually connected to brands and causes than any other generation before it. It is a generation that's growing up in a world that cannot live without technology, prefers everything at lightning fast speed, and wants to engage with brands, not just be marketed to.
With a more in-touch and wallet-conscious consumer than ever before, seeking out the best ways to shop this holiday season, brands will be getting creative in order to lure customers into their retail stores and online.