The "world's funniest joke" was exhaustively researched by Professor Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire. The reason for the research was to discover the joke that had the widest appeal...
How many times have you walked out of a shop with everything but the one item you actually went in to buy? Or been unable to resist 'temptation aisle' at the tills, buying the snacks you didn't intend to? It's all designed that way...
An outdoor audience research option has been presented to the members of the Out of Home Media South Africa (OHMSA). Called the Outdoor Advertising Currency Survey (OACS) it will launch in the first quarter 2015.
In its truest form, a democratic country is ruled by public opinion. This is as true of governmental elections as it is of determining which retail companies will trump others or which banks will take the largest chunks of the customer pie graph.
One of the first speakers at this year's IMC Conference in Cape Town was Gary Leih, founding director and CEO of OFYT. Leih took attendees through the history of integration in marketing and lessons the industry can learn from the past.
A shopping centre is more than just bricks and mortar; it is a reflection of the evolution of consumers. Therefore, how a shopping centre's design reflects the values of its consumers plays an important role in its success.
Business intelligence as we understood it in the past is dead. Today's businesses need to utilise and understand complex data for business intelligence and to ensure they are competitive, but do not have the tools to do so.