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Top executives claim there simply isn’t enough demand for sustainable initiatives. Is consumer demand for more socially responsible products simply empty words? Or are they willing to pay more for sustainability? 
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In the 2023 post-pandemic world, the Metaverse is a dead past, AI has started taking over, Tiktok is a news source and misinformation is mainstream. In the age of chaos and confusion, Gen-Z are …
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Coperni’s spray-painted dress on Bella Hadid and Schiaparelli’s animal-head designs adorned by Kylie Jenner both had one thing in common - both were stunts designed to marvel, intrigue or divide audiences. And both were …
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Photo Credits: FREITAG / STUDIO FANG Last month, Swiss sustainable brand Freitag revealed its latest store in Shanghai. Situated amongst residential buildings, the new shop includes a workshop, repair centre, and roof-top community garden. …
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COVID-19, stockouts and inflation pressures - in 2023, brands need to meet consumers at the halfway mark in return for loyalty.
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An alarming 90.63% of webpages get no traffic from Google. So how can your brand land in the 9.37% that gets boosted by Google? The answer - by conducting keyword research.
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Everyone's looking for an easy marketing shortcut. But no one wants to play the long game - search engine optimisation. Here's a breakdown on the ins and outs of SEO.
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The Schiaparelli couture animal head dresses glorify hunting in the same way that vegan burgers glorify meat. The designs did exactly what they were meant to do - turn heads - and the viral …
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Whilst health and beauty services can only be carried out in person, engaging and attracting potential customers through social media is important. Whereas Instagram limited these businesses to before-and-after shots or easy-to-miss educational captions, …
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TikTok's highly visual platform makes it a great marketing tool for showcasing products. But for professional services like accounting or law firms, there is no tangible products. We've analysed the content strategy of three …
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The trendy and aesthetic nature of TikTok makes it the perfect platform for fashion and retail brands to promote their goods. However the platform still holds many opportunities for businesses in the property industry, …
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This week: Deliveroo leaves 15000 workers jobless, FTX collapse wipes out $1-$2 billion, Finder Australia survey reveals reasons behind impulse purchases, Isaac Humphries comes out as first openly gay NBL player, Home Affairs Minister …
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Despite their radical socialist ideologies, the branding for the Victorian Socialists is anything but. When done right, design plays a vital role in political campaigns.
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This week: Visit Victoria sponsors Netball Australia for $15 million, Elon Musk acquires Twitter, Heidi Klum dresses as a worm, Adobe paywalls Pantone colours and thousands attend vigils for Cassius Turvey.
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TikTok isn’t just an app where you have to dance and embarrass yourself online, and we've outlined the first steps to developing a cohesive content strategy so that brands can effectively reach their target …
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This week: Australian Diamonds allegedly boycott Hancock Prospecting uniform, the BoM attempts to rebrand nickname to "the Bureau", paid parental leave is extended to 26 weeks, TikTok launches TikTok Pulse, Cartoon Network merges with …
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Marketing is critical to the success of any business; it’s the mechanism that exposes and connects potential customers to a business. But with the Covid-19 pandemic shifting greater importance to digital channels and new …
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This week: TikTok introduces Image Mode, Ben & Jerry's partner with climate activist group Our Island Our Home, Microsoft releases new Designer app integrating OpenAI's DALL-E 2, TikTok introduces hashtags for mental health, Apple's …
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This week: We Communications' Brands in Motion global report reveals consumer scepticism towards brands, Twitter introduces mixed media posting and video scrolling, Queen Victoria Market bans sale of fake Indigenous items, Queensland Premier Annastacia …
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This week: Employers tasked with increased responsibility to prevent sexual harassment, Merri-bek City Council name change approved, TikTok introduces new downvote feature, Optus struggles with PR response following data breach, Facebook Meta releases algorithm …

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