|Islamic Hotel Branding & Muslim Hospitality|
Islamic Hotel Brand concepts to
accommodate billions of Muslims is not any different then the current
western hotels or what we may call for a minute a Christian Hospitality
|What Does The London 2012 Olympic Logo Prove?|
There is an increased numbness of today's global consumers to
overly-burdened, noisy advertising. This twisted and created hype that
is often labeled as logo-driven branding exercises would eventually
shut off the minds of future customers.
|Theme-Based Real Estate Branding|
The real-estate branding in the Middle East is at an elementary stage.
Now with intense competition it is going to jump out from all kinds of
generic and dictionary name-identities to an advanced stage of proper
world-class corporate nomenclature.
|Barbarians At The Gate|
What is in store for the future of United States with a weak science and math education policy PLUS a immigration policy that
rejects engineering and science graduates and
foreign professionals who seek to enter the US ?
|The World's Largest Office|
As the free-floating, nonrestrictive nature of streamlined internet
access and efficiency continue to grow, the internet community will
slowly render the traditional functionality of the office obsolete.
|The SME Revolution Starts in Dubai and GCC|
The Middle East is now a new turning
point for SME
|When Will Google|
It is time to take a look at the consequences the every day word used around the globe 'Google"
|Come Fly With Me ... the Air Google Way|
Google makes it possible to inspect vacation destinations, conduct market
research, spy, carry out competitive surveillance, hunt for a job, trade
property, study ecologies, jog trails and fish streams, among at least a million
other things -- virtually.
|E-Commerce Branding: The Big Challenge of 2006|
If your company is serious about e-commerce, you should formulate a
management task force to review your approach as a critical
are being forced to re-design to a new level of micro-nization
of business units, a wireless-izing of mass communication and a voip-izing of populace conversations in marketplaces, under a
massive globalization with highly localized customization to fit the
demands of consumers.
|Winners, Losers of Corporate Image 2005|
The big winners had the Right Story with the Right Image; the others
had The Right Story but a very poor Image and struggled to make it
Sounds very sensory, but in reality, it
|When TV Surrenders to Web|
As long as the flow of information shifts from the old model of
"from one to many" to "from many to one," the current TV and print
model will crumble
|The Winners and Losers of the Internet Break-Up|
If there were a major split or a major breakdown of the Internet then whom would be the real beneficiaries?
|The World's Largest Factory|
Welcome to the event. Here extreme manufacturing meets extreme consumption.
|When Will The Internet Be Divided Among Nations?|
Other countries want their own Internet too, with its own domain registration policies.
|Customers Are Color Blind|
In today's e-commerce age companies to realign their thinking
creative concepts collide unexpectedly, this sudden accident incubates a
branding process, which can result in a random selection of a weird strategy.
|Is Your Brand Worth Billions?|
brand valuation worth a billion dollars today? Maybe not,
but it surely is worth something pretty big.
|The Mysteries And Future Of Websites|
Websites have just completed a full circle of a hard struggle, and
somehow survived where other traditional marketing tools and old
principals failed big time.
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