In every category there are implicit and explicit codes and cues that shape how consumers mentally define the space. Understanding what the codes and cues mean is called semiotics and we like to employ the principles of this theory to understanding dynamics of a category. Because when trying to understand a brands positioning challenge, understanding category dynamics can help us determine the conventions to be followed and the conventions worth breaking.
Gone Flat: Refreshing an Elixer Brand
After a decade of chasing every beverage trend that came around, a stalwart elixir brand of the 90s found itself on tough times — completely unsure of what it stood for (with the lagging sales to match) and without any sort of clear path forward for the future.Read More
Humanizing Big Data
Humanising and bringing big data to life in a vast country such as India is often a long and expensive process — but not as challenging as predicting the direction of this fast-growing economy.Read More
Primed For Breakthrough Innovation
With that, one of the pioneer brands in the kombucha space needed help seeing into the future. To grow the category, and define what the gut health space has the potential to become, it needed to first reimagine its portfolio strategy—from product centric, to needs driven—and then craft its pipeline for success.Read More