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Ten years ago Tony Blair was preparing to hand over the reins of Prime Minister to Gordon Brown, the rebuilt Wembley stadium had just opened its doors to the public and Twitter celebrated its first birthday. Meanwhile plans were being hatched to launch a new company that was going to change the way...

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'Listen, Understand, Act' encapsulates ServiceTick’s approach to making the most of customer feedback. Opening up to the voice of the customer or employee means making the listening process as frictionless as possible, regardless of which channel your customer chooses. ServiceTick already gathers...

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Each year Interbrand, Forbes and Brand Finance publish a list of the strongest brands in the world. Although never in quite the same order the same brands pop up in the top ten of all three lists - Apple, Google, Coca Cola, Amazon, Disney. They are brands that have lived by the four principles of br...

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In previous blogs I’ve been exploring how far the relationship between brands and their customers has evolved over the last three decades. In doing so I’ve drawn on my experience of living through an era that has witnessed the greatest change in brand management we have ever seen. When I started...

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Last week I considered how difficult it has become to build a brand by creating a unique product or a differentiated positioning. The holy grail of product superiority has been made even more elusive by globalised manufacturing processes that bring products to market more swiftly; and the heyday of...

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