Build-A-Bear CEO Sharon Price John ’94 Discusses Her New Book, Shares Career Advice
The CBS alum also offers insights on business leadership.
As luxury styles become more accessible, wealthy consumers are drawn to upscale versions of 'low culture' fashion and food.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, physicians and scientists quickly became the world’s most trusted sources of information on the pandemic. In this talk at the Future of Marketing Leadership Conference, learn how Karen Wish ’94 (VP and CMO, Mount Sinai Hospital Group and Network) led her team at Mount Sinai to get the truth and consistent messaging across to patients, staff, and the general public when they needed it most.
From a career that has spanned multiple continents and industry sectors, Michelle Crossan-Matos (CMO, Samsung Electronics America) draws insights on the human factor in consumer electronics marketing in this talk from the 2021 Future of Marketing Leadership Conference.
This paper focuses on teaching the application of anthropology in business to marketing students. It begins with the premise that consumer marketers have long used ethnography as a component of their qualitative market research toolkit to inform their knowledge about and empathy for consumers. A question for market research educators who include ethnography in their curricula is if and how to teach the richness of anthropologically based approaches, especially given a decoupling of ethnographic method from anthropological theory in much consumer research practice.
Minimalism in consumption can be expressed in various forms, such as monochromatic home design, wardrobe capsules, tiny home living, and decluttering. This research offers a unified understanding of the variegated displays of minimalism by establishing a conceptual definition of consumer minimalism and developing the twelve-item Minimalist Consumer Scale to measure the construct.