Marketing

LGBTIQ+ marketing

Brands are coming out in droves to support the LGBTIQ+ community but how is this influencing consumer behaviour?

“Mall operators in Australia are not anchored around department stores – their business models are instead mainly based around supermarkets,” says Professor Jack Cadeaux, Head of the School of Marketing at UNSW Business School.

Retailers need to focus on the core offering of their products rather than peripherals, and adapt their business models to increasingly fickle and tech-savvy consumers, says a UNSW Business School professor.

Nitika Garg, Associate Professor at the School of Marketing, UNSW Business School explains why the consumption of specific products like Aperol Spritz increases over the holiday season and why consumers associate it with summer.

Nitika Garg, Associate Professor at the School of Marketing, UNSW Business School explains why the consumption of specific products like Aperol Spritz increases over the holiday season and why consumers associate it with summer.

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Bad news, emotional eaters: food doesn't deal with the underlying problem you are reacting to. But there are reasons for your choices.

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Professor Harald Van Heerde from UNSW Business School achieves highest ever placing in prestigious Marketing Research Productivity Lists.

John Roberts

Professor John Roberts receives annual Buck Weaver Award from INFORMS Society for Marketing Science for his lifetime achievements.

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Customers who are angry are more likely to behave unethically, no matter how high the stakes, writes Nitika Garg.

Pokemon

Since spawning a global craze, Pokémon Go has shed a third of its players. What did the developers do wrong, and what can others learn about keeping gamers happy, asks Mark Humphery-Jenner.

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Try using humour to keep your customers happy and satisfied, UNSW research suggests.

Bernie Sanders

‘Super’ Sanders has some lessons for corporate marketers on reaching the young and restless, writes Tim Harcourt.

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