The coronavirus crisis has paused every economy in the world, and has naturally reduced companies’ financial forecasts for 2020. However, every leader must be ready to bounce back and return
Sports and events are among the sectors most affected by the global health crisis we are currently experiencing. This is not only due to the economic repercussions of the change
“You don’t develop courage when all is well, but when you survive difficult times and defy adversity.” Epictetus COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the way we work and communicate, taking us
Why brands should not abandon their 2020 strategies We have already written about how brands should begin to respond to a crisis that’s already affecting more than half the world.
Media consumption (including social media or Netflix) and eCommerce usage is expected to rise sharply as more and more people quarantine at home amid the worst health crisis the world
The world can be a scary place these days. If you look at the news, you’re likely to find polarising politics, government shutdowns, threats of war, environmental disasters and climate
When we re-launched Good Rebels (formerly known as Territorio creativo) in 2010 we were deeply skeptical about how the marketing world was interpreting the Internet. Display, affiliation, and search engine
Nowadays, due to globalisation and a rise in self-employed workers, teams have become more international. It can sometimes be a struggle for projects if team members are working from different
We’re living in the age of the Impossible Burger, of activist brands like Patagonia and Lush. It’s an era of corporate transparency and eco-conscious supply chains. We’re doing our best
According to the 13th Annual State of Agile (2018), up to 97% of companies surveyed in a global sample reported using some form of agile methodology within their organisation. You
It seems like only yesterday that we shared a post on our old blog with “The possible or distant trends of 2010“. Back then, there was still talk about the
Digital isn’t cool any more. Yes, our mobile phone screen time averaged 3.15 hours in 2019 but fake news, privacy concerns and social media anxiety proliferate while the prospect of
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