Future of Cars: auto industry trends. Robot drivers, e-vehicles, flying cars - keynote speaker

Future of Marketing - key messages, seconds before start of my marketing keynote - VIDEO

Future of Personalised Mailings. Totally customised high speed print, programmatic marketing keynote- VIDEO

Next-generation print marketing - programmatic printing, integrated marketing - keynote speaker VIDEO

Totally personal books: future of book printing, customisation, short print runs. Publishing keynote VIDEO

Future of Programmatic Marketing. Integrate print and e-marketing. Futurist keynote speaker VIDEO

Feed Your Gut Microbes! Huge impact of nutrition on health and Microbiome. Futurist health keynote VIDEO

Trust is the most important thing you sell - health marketing keynote speaker - Dr Patrick Dixon - VIDEO

How to get timing right in business - new products and services.Innovation. Futurist keynote speaker - VIDEO

Sustainable energy in cities: Green Tech - Combined Heat and Power (CHP) vital role. Keynote Speaker - VIDEO

Future of Animal Health: vets, pets and farming for Boehringer Ingleheim by Futurist Keynote Speaker - VIDEO

Future Cancer Treatment: expect rapid improvement. Futurist keynote for Pfizer by Dr Patrick Dixon - VIDEO

Customer Service vs Bottom Line

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Future of the retail industry, Patrick Dixon delivers a conference keynote for BNP Paribas in Bulgaria.

Customer service, call centres and consumer experience. The balance between the bottom line and providing good service driving repeat sales. Mystery shoppers, testing your company. Need a world-class keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now

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Competing with noise! Customers, Brands - Marketing Trends

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Future marketing, brands and campaigns. Future trends in the retail industry, presentation for UK clients of Hermes.

Targetting customers in a world which is overloaded with marketing messages.

How to ensure your own messages stand out.

How to make your key marketing messages stand out in a multichannel, multitasking world with mobile devices, smartphones, ipads and tablets being used increasingly to get information, read social networking comments.

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Future of call-centres - funny video - how to improve customer experience

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Future of call-centres and call-centre nightmares - how to lose customers and sales. OK so here it is - I was going to keep this "funny" animation video away from my main website but seeing it has had great reviews and over 30,000 YouTube views I decided to let you all see it. Sadly such call centre horrors are carried out every day by most multinationals. Every poll I do at conferences I speak at shows the same thing:  most business leaders hate getting through to automated call-centres. They find it annoying to have to press buttons when they want personal customer service.  Yet the very same people work in companies which force their own customers to use exactly the same systems.  So deliberately do things which we know make customers really annoyed. We can and must do better.  To make matters worse, most call-centre agents are blind to customer needs because of last-century technology....

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Future of New Brands and Branding

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Future of Brands – secrets of all strong brands. Brands are all about emotion – and emotion connects with memory, self-image, hopes, dreams and aspirations.  Strong brands appeal to many different senses:  sight, touch, smell, taste, sound – either within the brand itself, or in the way it is marketed. How to create tribes around brands, superbrands and deeper customer engagement.  Should you rebrand? Impact of social networking on brands - and why market research can be misleading. Recent keynote presentations on the future of brands, brand development, brand promotion.

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Marketing Strategy - multichannel mix. Future messages. Marketing trends

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Future marketing strategy is more than about altering a marketing mix for multichannel customers. Marketing needs to change values as well as messaging in a world dominated by instant information and insight / feedback from our online friends and extended social networks.

It means an end to hype and spin or exaggerated claims, and a focus on what is true, valid claims, accurate information, detailed feedback from real customers, genuine facts.

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How to market using social media. Rules for social networking. Give info away - Future Marketing

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Social media, using social networks to market products and services.

Take hold of your future: emotions. Leadership training, motivational speaker.  Great events change people.

Future corporate events: motivational leadership programmes, executive education, team development, innovation seminars, strategy workshops, consumer groups, marketing forums, competitor analysis think tanks, team...

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New Markets: reaching older consumers - ageing and marketing - Future Marketing

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Reaching older customers - demographic impact on marketing, selling and brands.

Ageing of population -- changes in lifestyle choices, consumer spending, brand preferences, customer expectations, unmet needs.

Radical approaches needed to win market share - adapting brands, product design, service and support, labelling, customer communication and after sales care. Keynote for Tetrapak Global Team.

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Life is too short to sell things you don't believe in - secret of powerful marketing campaigns

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Believe in what you sell and others will too. I often say this: Life’s too short to sell things you don’t believe in. Slick campaigns attract attention and boost sales, but selling as a career is hardly a mission in life unless you are convinced of the value of what you are promoting. Integrity matters when you sell: only sell what you would sell to your own friends or family. How to apply this to more powerful marketing, selling, slogans, better campaigns.

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How two-faced companies destroy their business - Future Marketing

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Messages aimed at customers or shareholders are often in conflict, and this is becoming a major challenge for brand management, marketing and media relations. In the past one could keep messages separate but in a web-enabled world they collide in embarrassing and counter-productive ways.

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Brands: impact social networks on marketing, corporate image

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Future of online brand development, smartphones and mobile branding campaigns, advertising, marketing and corporate image.

How corporate image is being challenged by social networks such as FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogs, YouTube and other online communities.

Why trust has fallen in corporate brand messages. How to use social networking and viral marketing to strengthen brands.  "Future of Marketing" -  Comment by conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon.

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Future of Marketing: reveal facts and kill hype

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Consumers are increasingly cynical and hard to impress, sophisticated, fickle and wary as well as well-informed, with instant access to online informal reviews and comments about just about any product in the world. So how do you impress?

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Better Corporate Image: how to communicate better with customers, media and shareholders

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Messages aimed at customers or shareholders are often in conflict, and this is becoming a major challenge for brand management, marketing and media relations. In the past one could keep messages separate but in a web-enabled world they collide in embarrassing and counter-productive ways. Here are two diametrically opposed core messages from an insurance company.... and how they could do much better.

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Market Research Can't Tell the Future! Consumer Trends, Customer Insight. Future of Marketing

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Market research, consumer trends and focus groups, predictions about customer behaviour.

Customer surveys, polls and consumer insight. Forecasts of consumer trends. Change management - leadership styles to change teams, structures, processes, organisations, businesses.

Take hold of your future: my personal story as a Futurist. Lessons from the past in trends analysis, growth strategies, leadership training.

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Future of Brand, Marketing and Advertising Agencies

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Expect large multi-nationals to spend up to 500 million dollars each on global re-branding over the next 15 years, to refresh their image, and the value of the largest advertising accounts will soar. Despite this boom in big marketing projects, traditional agencies will come under threat and will need to develop new models - not only to keep pace with multi-channel marketing and social media, but also in the way they structure their contracts and fees.

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Marketing to Older Consumers - Future of Marketing

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How to market to older consumers and grow your business. Many retail brands, travel companies and other businesses are starting to target older people much more actively – because there are so many of them, they are rapidly growing in number, and many of them also have money to spend. Over 75% of all UK and American wealth is now owned by those over the age of 65 and most of them are women. So you could say that older women own most of America and the UK. In Italy by 2026 there will be over a million people living over the age of 90 – and this mainly female group will be large enough to decide every election result. We will see a similar situation in Germany and many other nations. Yet despite all this, most businesses fail to meet the needs of older people.

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Stronger Brands: 10 steps to refresh your brands and marketing

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What does it mean for a brand to be emotional, to connect with customer passion, to create devotion and loyalty?   It means that we feel good when use the brand or when other people associate us with it. Brand loyalty can run deep – even when we are disappointed in our recent experience. Our own identity can be tied intimately to branding:  the clothes we wear, the car we drive, the corporation we work for – all these things help shape our personal image. 10 steps to warm up your brand...

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