TRA consultant Vanisha Narsey shares her experiences of Auckland’s nightlife to examine how we meet people, react to storytelling and why customer experiences matter.
TRA’s Colleen Ryan navigates the behavioural patterns people use to make decisions to help marketers use them to their advantage.
TRA brand strategist Tim Gregory goes back to McDonald’s early days to see how its golden arches became a cultural symbol, and why there’s a fundamental category-culture disconnect between the values and worldview of a significant and growing segment of Western society and the everyday business the fast food giant.
Commercials for soft drinks often show that by drinking them, you’re likely to splash around in the water laughing with your attractive young friends or engage in some kind of impressive athletic pursuit at a very high level. Very rarely do they show visual representations of masturbation, use the phrase dry hump or generally “reveal the truth behind the facade and bravado of misspent youth” in a humorous fashion. But you get all that and much more in three new quasi-music videos for Sprite Europe that were made by JWT Denmark and Yukfoo’s Anders Schroder.