It’s Future of Advertising Time Again. About the (Allegedly New) Crisis of Advertising.

So apparently it’s “The Future of Advertising” time. Again. There’s a a Fast Company article with that title compiling interviews with a host of well-respected industry people circulating, that was as usual followed by a storm of retweets and opinions.

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It’s Future of Advertising Time Again. About the (Allegedly New) Crisis of Advertising.

So apparently it’s “The Future of Advertising” time. Again. There’s a a Fast Company article with that title compiling interviews with a host of well-respected industry people circulating, that was as usual followed by a storm of retweets and opinions.

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Approaches to ideas and a proposed metaphor

When you look at the big discourses in this industry – social media, design thinking, innovation, culture, storytelling, ‘digital’ – it is easy to see that there is a difference between how companies act and how proponents of certain perspectives

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Approaches to ideas and a proposed metaphor

When you look at the big discourses in this industry – social media, design thinking, innovation, culture, storytelling, ‘digital’ – it is easy to see that there is a difference between how companies act and how proponents of certain perspectives

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Insights, Sources and Other Pieces of Wisdom About APAC – Part 4: Roobin Golestan

It is time to remove the spiderweb from the blog and start into 2013, with another piece on APAC, this time by Roobin Golestan out of Beijing. The danger with trying to understand China with one book (or other cultural artifact)

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Insights, Sources and Other Pieces of Wisdom About APAC – Part 4: Roobin Golestan

It is time to remove the spiderweb from the blog and start into 2013, with another piece on APAC, this time by Roobin Golestan out of Beijing. The danger with trying to understand China with one book (or other cultural artifact)

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Why I think W+K’s new Tesco work is brilliant.

I admit that it’s easy to write positively about W+K campaigns. I’m not exactly in a minority position here. Anyways, they recently published their Tesco campaign, something that people in the industry have been waiting for to see. How would

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Why I think W+K’s new Tesco work is brilliant.

I admit that it’s easy to write positively about W+K campaigns. I’m not exactly in a minority position here. Anyways, they recently published their Tesco campaign, something that people in the industry have been waiting for to see. How would

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Rumours about Singapore being boring are greatly exaggerated.

It’s now been a month, or four weeks since we arrived in Singapore. A lot of people ask us how I am doing and how we are doing here? I’d say my mood is mostly sunny with some clouds here

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Rumours about Singapore being boring are greatly exaggerated.

It’s now been a month, or four weeks since we arrived in Singapore. A lot of people ask us how I am doing and how we are doing here? I’d say my mood is mostly sunny with some clouds here

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Insights, Sources and Other Pieces of Wisdom About APAC – Part 3: Andrew Jerina

Part 3 of the series is a lovely personal story by Andrew Jerina on Old Delhi, which I’ll leave uncommented for your reading pleasure. — I’m sure everyone doing this is going to tell you that summing up a region so

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Insights, Sources and Other Pieces of Wisdom About APAC – Part 3: Andrew Jerina

Part 3 of the series is a lovely personal story by Andrew Jerina on Old Delhi, which I’ll leave uncommented for your reading pleasure. — I’m sure everyone doing this is going to tell you that summing up a region so

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Insights, Sources and Other Pieces of Wisdom About APAC – Part 2: Fredrik Sarnblad

So I started the series about insights and sources into ‘the region’ with an overly long blog post that nobody was ever going to read anyways and Rob’s bit about the Lonely Planet and how this shouldn’t become a list. I

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Insights, Sources and Other Pieces of Wisdom About APAC – Part 2: Fredrik Sarnblad

So I started the series about insights and sources into ‘the region’ with an overly long blog post that nobody was ever going to read anyways and Rob’s bit about the Lonely Planet and how this shouldn’t become a list. I

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The first week and a few days more in Singapore

10 days ago, we boarded a plane from Vienna to Frankfurt and from there made a few thousand miles until we arrived in Singapore and got a little stamp that allows us to stay here for 90 days. I’ve only

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The first week and a few days more in Singapore

10 days ago, we boarded a plane from Vienna to Frankfurt and from there made a few thousand miles until we arrived in Singapore and got a little stamp that allows us to stay here for 90 days. I’ve only

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An iceberg, overlapping bell curves and the beginning of a new series about other people’s wisdom

I’ve always found it a bit amusing that there is something like APAC (Asia Pacific) as a region. After all, APAC is really half the planet. China, India, Indonesia are huge, obviously. Vietnam had more inhabitants than Germany last time

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An iceberg, overlapping bell curves and the beginning of a new series about other people’s wisdom

I’ve always found it a bit amusing that there is something like APAC (Asia Pacific) as a region. After all, APAC is really half the planet. China, India, Indonesia are huge, obviously. Vietnam had more inhabitants than Germany last time

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Convergence and The Geography of Thought

(This isn’t in Tianzifang, but in Beijing’s Art District.) When I was strolling along a street close to Tianzifang in Shanghai with my friend Christoph in June, we walked past some modern buildings with a Starbucks and two other, similarly

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Convergence and The Geography of Thought

(This isn’t in Tianzifang, but in Beijing’s Art District.) When I was strolling along a street close to Tianzifang in Shanghai with my friend Christoph in June, we walked past some modern buildings with a Starbucks and two other, similarly

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Films About the Human Existence

I don’t see myself as a film or pop culture expert. As Christoph always points out, for someone who’s studied media I’ve seen fuck all. Now I don’t want to explain the difference between media and communication science and film and

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Films About the Human Existence

I don’t see myself as a film or pop culture expert. As Christoph always points out, for someone who’s studied media I’ve seen fuck all. Now I don’t want to explain the difference between media and communication science and film and

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4.3 Brand Experience And Creativity

This post is part of my bachelor paper ‘The Evolving Role of Creativity in Brand Management’. You can read the introduction, other posts and the table of contents here. As for the level of creativity in the output of brand management, it can

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4.3 Brand Experience And Creativity

This post is part of my bachelor paper ‘The Evolving Role of Creativity in Brand Management’. You can read the introduction, other posts and the table of contents here. As for the level of creativity in the output of brand management, it can

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