In eighteenth-century Europe, potatoes were considered a leprosy inducing invention of the devil and this belief was particularly pernicious in France, so no one ate them. The humble tuber might not have attained its preeminent status in European cuisine, if… Read More ›
Of Marketing, brands etc.
Harry Baals – and, yes, it is pronounced as “Balls”, remember this, it is important to the story – was the mayor of Fort Wayne from 1932 to 1947 and again from 1951 until his demise in 1954. During his… Read More ›
Understanding human attitudes to technology is probably as important as all the technical efforts made for connected cars.
What ails modern marketers
Is there room for TV in the life of the always-online consumer?
Originally published in afaqs here At B-school, our Marketing professor cautioned us against sins a marketer must not commit. In his Seven-Deadly-Sins like list for marketing, the deadliest was something he labeled, the ‘mahapaap of marketing’ – a marketer creating demand… Read More ›
Is Customer Services stuck in a time warp?
What an 80 + year old store in Connaught Place can teach us .