‘Smart drugs’ are taking root in the beauty industry. Whether it’s pills that keep you productive, a caffeine hit for energy, or a feel-good formula for improving your mood and sleep quality, there’s a supplement to solve any problem.
Innovative online grocer, Ocado, is currently testing both a ‘robot hand’ and a humaoid robot that could see it picking and packing products in its warehouses. We dig deeper….
Founded by Soap & Glory’s creator, beloved by British Vogue and dubbed ‘the Netflix of beauty’, Beauty Pie – a subscription service that unlocks make-up at factory prices – certainly has all the hallmarks of an innovative, successful brand. But it is too good to be true? Here’s our analysis.
The listings for BrandZ’s top 100 most valuable global brands are here, and most of the results are as anticipated. However, a few crept in that raised our eyebrows… Ponder no more – here’s the low-down.
For one day a year, companies drop the corporate and have a little fun – keeping customers on their toes, and maybe even attracting a few new ones with a well-placed sense of humour. Here’s our round-up for this year’s April Fools’ – though, sadly, there’s a few that, though valiant efforts, didn’t think made the grade.
Millennials, boomers and Generation X: they’re commonly spoken about, but what are their unique differences – and what areas are they more likely to shop? We’ve analysed these three most influential spenders to pin fact and trend.
A study by the Reputational Institute, conducted this time last year, has identified the world’s 100 most reputable companies – judged by 55,000 consumers in the 15 countries which make up three-quarters of global spending, including the US and the UK; India, China and Japan; and Russia (view the full list here).
We look to who came out top, scouring the press for clues (both positive and negative). Here’s what we found…
With the new year edging ever-closer, it’s time to look to what 2015 will bring retail in terms of products – specifically, the technological.
In true festive spirit, we look to days of yore and round up the best of Christmas print ads. From magical design to sparkling copy, these are as timeless as they are rib-tickling.
Having already looked at our favourite examples of print copy, we now look to design in the second of our ‘Awesome Ads’ columns. From lego to WWF, these are the brands whose concepts should be celebrated (and footsteps followed).