Why the GDPR signals a greater battle over data Opinion

Why the GDPR signals a greater battle over data:

Irene Ng, chairman of the HAT Foundation Group, explores how regulations such as the GDPR are just the...

Using GDPR as a competitive weapon Opinion

Using GDPR as a competitive weapon:

Kaijia Gu, partner at global management consulting firm Oliver Wyman, on why GDPR could offer new...

Why streetwear should challenge masculinity Opinion

Why streetwear should challenge masculinity:

It is vital for future clothing design to subvert and confront perceptions of maleness, writes brand...

Can brands help detoxify masculinity? Opinion

Can brands help detoxify masculinity?:

Businesses have a key role to play in redefining what it means to be a man in the #metoo era.

Does the supplements industry need to embrace experts? Opinion

Does the supplements industry need to embrace experts?:

With the plethora of shiny, celebrity-endorsed supplements on the market and a lack of regulation in the...

Will women soon power India’s economy? Opinion

Will women soon power India’s economy?:

Greater access to education, the internet and other cultures is placing India’s young women in the economic...

Is there such a thing as a brandless brand? Opinion

Is there such a thing as a brandless brand?:

While there are clear imperatives for debranding, businesses still need to think of it as a design exercise.

Why Maslow needs a reboot Opinion

Why Maslow needs a reboot:

Former CEO of Livity, Sam Conniff Allende, argues that Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs should be amended to...

Should brands re-assess how they target minorities? Opinion

Should brands re-assess how they target minorities?:

In an increasingly globalised world, marketing targeted at niche demographics fails to recognise the true...

Is the future of cities female? Opinion

Is the future of cities female?:

Urban anthropologist Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman explores how women in urban planning could change the shape...

Are we the new Luddites? Opinion

Are we the new Luddites?:

The current war on technology by politicians and experts on both sides of the isle is as dangerous as it is...

Should we start taking QR codes seriously? Opinion

Should we start taking QR codes seriously?:

Once consigned to internet history, the iconic squares are finally ready for their revival.

Should we welcome more workplace surveillance? Opinion

Should we welcome more workplace surveillance?:

Could systems that analyse the tone of our workplace conversations be key to achieving gender equality?

Is feminism fit for the future? Opinion

Is feminism fit for the future?:

Why feminism needs to define new metrics of achievement if it is going to truly suceed.

Why is the rhetoric around women’s sexual health still so skewed? Opinion

Why is the rhetoric around women’s sexual health still so skewed?:

As accessibility to medicine for male sexual health problems improves, why are brands still reluctant to...

Are self-driving cars on a collision course with humanity?
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Are self-driving cars on a collision course with humanity?:

In the aftermath of the first fatality involving an autonomous vehicle, The Future Laboratory co-founder...

​What is the future of moral business? Opinion

​What is the future of moral business?:

Brands must proactively shift priorities to meet the demands of the ethical consumer.

Why are we infantilising women when it comes to talking about finance? Opinion

Why are we infantilising women when it comes to talking about finance?:

With research showing that the way the media speaks to men and women about money varies greatly, brands need...

What happened to the serendipity of Airbnb? Opinion

What happened to the serendipity of Airbnb?:

With its push into the mainstream market, Airbnb risks losing the very elements of home-sharing that led to...

Do we need a new social contract for consumer data? Opinion

Do we need a new social contract for consumer data?:

GDPR represents an opportunity for brands to own the conversation around data rights, argue Rosamund Picton...

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