New Jersey-born Renee Pilla is a graphic designer with a modern, aesthetic style. Pilla moved to Palm Beach in 2014, and in 2015 she took a job working at LOMBARDO, working on several luxury consumer product branding design and packaging. Currently, Pilla works as a full-time designer, working with companies like Budweiser, Castelle, Fendi, Iceland Spring Water and the soon-to-be-released ILIV Nutrition. Renee has a unique design style and way of bringing fresh air into packaging rebranding projects. She has taken the lead on ILIV Nutrition’s full rebrand and has been recognized widely for her style.
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Although this should have been ingrained in every marketer´s DNA for years, however, with all the data, tech, and buzzwords flying around, one of the biggest marketing challenges of 2017 will be to stay calm, focused, and to be obsessed with the only one that matters: Your customer!
How to identify her, to reach her, to engage her, to make her purchase, to have her stay loyal, to make her to recommend you, and to have her even re-purchase more of your products in the future? There is a certain risk that (marketing) managers – more than ever – get confused and fall into the trap of mixing up data-driven insights with a real customer-centric business philosophy. Whilst data will be an extremely crucial element of marketing in 2017 and beyond, it’s quite a challenge to filter out valuable information from the enormous volume of data available.
Therefore successful companies and brands don´t worship the data gods for the sake of it; instead they have a comprehensive and deeply rooted digital transformation strategy in place which is flanked by a crystal clear marketing action plan. Enhanced and lived by every employee of the organization and not only by a chief digital officer who very often is floating around the company in search for a home base.
Luxury brands have always been a fascinating sector and luxury brand marketing one of the most complicated disciplines.
Here are the 8 P’s of luxury brand marketing, this article attempts to bring together the elements and interplay between the principles that are employed in the luxury brand marketing mix.
However, one needs to acknowledge that the degree of significance of these elements may vary from brand-to-brand and market-to-market.
Nutrition Facts labels play a key role in helping people make informed choices about their food. Whether your food comes in a box or a can, a Nutrition Facts label provides a quick and easy way to get important information about the food inside.1
The good news is the Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, has recently announced it will be updating the labels to help ensure you’re getting even more information to help you make healthy food choices.
The first step is to understand that in the so-called luxury market, there are three possible strategies, which which we categorize as luxury, fashion and premium. The difference between these three strategies is big. It does not change much in the eyes of most basic consumers, at least in the short-term. But when one has to manage a brand, the difference is pivotal. In fact, if you decide to implement a fashion or a premium strategy, the classical marketing styles works pretty well. But if you decide to implement a luxury strategy, you need to reconsider all the aspects of your marketing management.
During the upcoming Casual Preview Market, Castelle will launch its corporate-wide rebranding to include all marketing literature, advertising and showroom signage. The rebranding efforts will coincide with the introduction of an unprecedented number of new collections to the Castelle handcrafted luxury furnishings brand.
During the Casual Preview Market in Chicago, July 12 – 14, the Castelle showroom will unveil the new logotype in signage as well as within marketing literature. New advertising creative incorporating the Castelle logotype, brand statement and product photography also will debut in July 2016 trade publications.
“As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect.” —The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka
It’s morning in America, folks. And as America awoke this morning, it found itself transformed into the king of beers. Today, Budweiser announced that starting May 23rd they will henceforth be referred to as America. With that, our nation has manifested its destiny.
E pluribus unum. Where there were once two brands. There is now one. If you think about it, the union between brand America and brand Budweiser could not be more perfect. Both are iconic. Both are red, white and blue. Both have moved their manufacturing bases overseas. And both can get you bombed. #Twinning.
This bud really is for you, America.
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