Condiments and sauces contribute to so many tasty recipes from around the world. How do food trends change the way we use condiments?
Knowledge from four or five years ago might not be relevant today, which makes it harder for us to keep up and remain competitive in the global market. Online learning can be the solution
These have been challenging times for everyone with numerous new and unforeseen obstacles to negotiate. Here we explore what those obstacles are and how we have been keeping ourselves busy in tackling them.
News is rapidly evolving. The massive ocean of content and sentiment across social media can be challenging to navigate and understand.
Brands own various customer service channels. A common mistake many brands make with their abundance of platforms is an “extensive but shallow” strategy.
The popularity of electric vehicles is not limited to four wheels, but has also embraced two. E-bike sales have been growing rapidly in recent years. But what will be the future?
Understanding how office environments changed due to COVID-19 can provide businesses with better use of resources and more intelligent targeting, more impactful messaging content and tonality, and leverage competitive advantage.
More and more, today’s consumers are seeking shopping experiences that are tailored to their preferences and delivered directly to their doors, resulting in the emergence of the subscription economy. What does it mean for businesses?
It is not strange nowadays to come across Asian stores or restaurants in Europe. With Asian and other world cuisines becoming more popular in Europe, we will see more competition in the market.
With such a vast amount of content, constantly available at hand, with no limit in viewing time, people’s entertainment, social life, and dating dynamics have been changed.
It's never good news when sales results do not follow launch success. Finding what cause this gap could make a difference in manufacturers' future development efforts.
In our new reality today, customer experienc has become one of the key issues - when it is not business as usual, there are more communities coming together and word of mouth travels much faster.