It’s true that foodservice equipment can sometimes look like the proverbial “stainless steel graveyard,” but there are certainly strategies you can employ to make your equipment more visually appealing. Here’s some advice based on my recent experience at NAFEM.
Unlike the two law firm commercials I watched this weekend, European marketers take the time to create and design absolutely gorgeous, epic storytelling ads that not only advertise but often serve to bolster the spirit of the season. I’ve compiled a few of my favorite examples here. So from me to you, Merry Christmas!
Tradeshow prep season is upon us. What big picture questions do you need to answer before you get down to the nitty-gritty details? Here are a few of the most critical strategic questions to ponder as you begin planning:
Celebrating our 25th anniversary this fall has caused us to look back on the passing of time and various aspects of the company that have grown and changed. As part of the creative team, I’ve been involved in many of the logo changes over the years. Let’s take a look at how our logo has changed.
Think for a second. What would your brand look like if it had a Tinder profile? Could you make a consumer stop dead in the middle of their feverish left-swipe spree, or would you get swiped into the “meh, maybe next time” category?
A podcast might not be the best approach for every company, but it worked for McDonald’s. The company created a three-episode investigative podcast, “The Sauce” ― chronicling the story of what happened when they brought back their coveted Szechuan sauce.