GenZ on their way…
The Future of Reputation: views from France, Brazil, the US, UK, Germany, India, the Netherlands, China & Poland for you
Transparent, reciprocal, and respectful: this is indeed the kind of relationship people expect from brands. But what they still get today is a “reach target” culture. No surprise if they start hiding from Big Brother.
The White House embraces the Maker Movement: great news!
'In times of transformation, we need to think big & smart. That’s what innovation in PR should be about. The difficulty is that not all clients are ready for change and that in fact some of them are change-averse’, told us Pascal Baucler, SVP & Chief Strategy Officer at MSLGROUP, in an interview with PR Romania on how innovation will take PR to the next level.
What I find very interesting here is that Lensbaby is currently holding a crowd funding campaign for the Sweet Spot Lens on Kickstarter, where a pledge of $50 will preorder one. Orders will ship starting in July and August.The crowdfunding campaign is a test to see if there exists a market for this lens. Bright, clever, spot on. Another evidence of how disintermediation is rapidly and profoundly changing the rules of the game - and why brokerage-based businesses are potentially under threat.
While Facebook’s mission once was solely “to make the world more open and connected”, it’s expanded to also “give people the power to share.” And nothing is too crazy if it brings Facebook one step closer to that goal.
It’s indeed some sort of evolution…
See “Looking into the Future“‘s Siemens piece: engaging employees + developing business ideas + going sustainable = the sweet spot!
Invited to sit on a panel together with Paul Holmes at the PR Forum held in Bucharest March 26, Pascal shared thoughts about the Big Data tsunami which is deeply transforming marketing, communications and PR. What is “Big Data” exactly, what does it mean to businesses, why does it matter to us, and what potential issues could arise from it?
Happy Holi to all my friends and colleagues from Incredible India !
No other country in the world can compete with such a feast of incredible colors!
Need to be there next year!
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