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http://thesightseer.org/audio/The Wall Street Journal - WED 14-JUN .mp3 Though ‘blockchain’, ‘bitcoin’, and ‘crypto-currencies’ are popping up daily in our newsfeeds, our industry’s grasp of the meanings behind the jargon is negligible. That’s why my team at Atomic briefed me to step outside our…

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Why the non-alcoholic drinks category needs a shake up of its strategy

buy dapoxetine priligy The non-alcoholic drinks category has boomed in recent years but a lack of mental availability and innovative distribution threaten to slow its success.   Context It’s a Saturday night and I’m in a bar in…

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The failing retailers need to think less like a retailer and more like a service brand

cheapest online indian pharmacy for orlistat or generic It seems a weekly occurrence at the moment, another iconic high street brand ‘being beaten on the ropes’ by the heavyweight online retailers. From Toys ‘R’ Us to BHS to House of Fraser the likes…

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Restaurants like Byron need to change to avoid being eaten up

As a foodie, I think the right meal, at the right time, can be one of the best things in life. Like eating a Maccys on the upper deck of a night bus at 3am…

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Are there evolutions in retail that make it look brighter than we thought?

how to buy zyprexa All the talk of bricks and mortar retail is doom and gloom. It’s hardly surprising. The UK is experiencing record levels of consumer debt, a decline in wages and a noticeable shift in consumer spending…

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Relocation, relocation, relocation

DOWNLOAD PDF In this report we take a look at the current state of physical retail. We identify the significant changes progressing in the industry and determine how brands are best equipping themselves for the…

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Was there just a lack of social strategy at JD Wetherspoons?

JD Wetherspoon is closing down its Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts for all its 900 pubs and head office with immediate effect. Ironically announcing this news on social media…  Is this a brand that has…

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Has Online Shopping Finally Beaten Brick-and-Mortar Stores?

Are retail brands in crisis? Shops are struggling to remain open as footfall numbers steadily decline. Every day there are new reports of major high street chains and retail brands reducing the number of physical…

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Is it time for brands to unfriend Facebook?

Everything has a price. A once 10p Freddo is now lurking around the £50 price point. A pint of beer in central London requires a small payday loan. So, why did we expect Facebook to…

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We need to take care of Mothercare

It’s been 12 years since I spent my weekend walking up and down the aisles of Mothercare, with my arms full of baby gear. But having popped in to my local store in Romford to…

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What can FMCG brands take from startup culture?

Once upon a time, the key to success for FMCG brands was their relationship with the retailer, as well as a genuinely good product. You took that good product, put it out on the high-street,…

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Is this the end of the road for Harley Davidson? Or perfect timing for a new generation?

I’ve always dreamed about owning a Harley Davidson, ever since Arnold Schwarzenegger jumped off a bridge in Terminator 2. It’s just one of those evocative American brands that says, freedom, individualism, and rebellion. As well…

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