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Category Archives: Disruption
Digital natives have an advantage during the Coronavirus pandemic
If you are under 40 you are a digital native. Most of the under-40 group has been online since at least their teenage years. Having been attached to screens and aspects of the virtual world has made this group much … Continue reading
Candy and Soda manufacturers have to adapt to survive
Much of my work these days is focused on healthcare marketing. What’s become important to keeping me fresh (or fresher) from getting healthcare-stale, are opportunities to work outside the healthcare space. My professional career has certainly had an, ‘adapt or … Continue reading
Long live the King? Marketing the Kings of Beers has changed
I recently returned from a six-day trip to Montana. I had never been to Montana before and it’s absolutely spectacular, in July at least. I cannot vouch for January. The photo is from a hotel bar in Three Forks and … Continue reading
Posted in Brand Advertising, Disruption, Marketing stuff Tagged Budweiser, Coors, Craft beer, Craft brewing, Largest beer companies U.S., Miller Leave a comment
The Direct-to-Retail model is fading away
If you know anything about direct response marketing, you know that it’s been around for awhile, is currently the rage, and looks and behaves little like it did just ten years ago. In 2008 direct mail had already taken several … Continue reading
Earlier this year I posted about a trip I took driving across the U.S. from east coast to west coast (and back again). It was far from being routine and is all part of my personal continuing effort to disrupt my … Continue reading