I invited our team in Mansmith and Fielders Inc to share some of the marketing trends and insights they expect to happen more in 2020 and each shared one major point. I have included mine last.  Chiqui Escareal-Go, Chief Behavioral Strategist – Purpose, including brand purpose will increasingly become center of strategy, not as an add on. As consumers become […]

Stephen Tiu is the Sales Director of Johnson and Johnson Philippines. Prior to this, he was Head of Key Accounts in J&J Philippines, Head of Channels in J&J Malaysia, and worked in Shopper Marketing in J&J China. Steve won the Mansmith Young Market Masters Awards (YMMA) in 2013. He will share more trends during the 10th Market Masters Conference on […]

I asked the senior marketing consultants of Mansmith and Fielders Inc. to share some key trends happening in their fields. I am providing a condensed list of their inputs below. Chiqui Escareal-Go, Anthropologist.Mansmith Chief Behavioral Strategist and Chair, Women’s Business Council Philippines. 1.    Chief Customer Experience Officer – The constant and inevitable call for customer centricity as a source of competitive […]

Iceal Penalosa is the general manager for contact center and food delivery of Max’s Group Inc., the leading full-service restaurant company in the Philippines, composed of Max’s, Yellow Cab, Pancake House, Krispy Kreme, Terikayi Boy, Dencio’s, among other restaurants. He won the Mansmith Young Market Masters Awards (YMMA) in 2017. Iceal shares the background, challenges and trends in food delivery. […]

Malayan Insurance is the leading non-life insurer in the Philippines. They recently launched innovative products such as Cyber Insurance, auto.malayan.com portal, and its Fine Arts Insurance cover. Yvonne Yuchengco shares her insight about the market growth of non-life insurance. Q1. The Market penetration of non-life insurance in the Philippines is less than 20%. Why do you think Filipinos are still […]

It’s marketing plan season once again and it is good to remind marketers that contrary to popular belief, when consumers make a buying choice, they do not decide based on marketing mix alone (product, place, promo, price) but on many other factors i.e., cultural (culture, sub-culture, social class), social (reference groups, roles and status, family), personal (age and life cycle […]

What has really changed in selling and sales management? Attributed to how the dynamic process of selling evolved through the years, Sensei Business Academy (A division of Mansmith and Fielders) recently launched its 1st ever Sales Conference, with the theme “Close that Sale and Open Profitable Relationships”. (Standing from left to right: Mansmith Partner Emilio Macasaet III, Mansmith Group Chairman […]

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Stuart Jamieson leads Nielsen’s Watch and Buy growth strategy in the Philippines as managing director since 2012. Concurrent to this role, Stuart is the cluster lead in the Emerging Markets group, overseeing the business performance of Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar. He held various leadership roles in Nielsen’s businesses in Australia and New Zealand prior to his appointment to the Philippines. […]

This is continuation of our annual consumer trends and prediction series for 2016 that started early 2016, where we shared some items from a list of 50 consumer trends. The list includes ten themes (How we LIVE, How we WORK, How we LOOK, How we RELATE to OTHERS, How we DRINK & EAT, How we PLAY, How we BUY OR […]

HOW WE RELATE TO OTHERS In our first trends article of 2016, we shared our first prediction on how we relate to others – Renewed Patriotism, where the mainstream and social media have played roles in awakening the Filipinos’ sense of history via the hashtag #ItsmorefuninthePhilippines and the movies Bonifacio and Heneral Luna. Below is the complete list of how […]

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