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Future Proof: Can brands use technology to become more ‘human’?

Julie Kollman

Chief Research Officer

Podcast 06.08.2018 / 06:00

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Dr Rhonda Hadi discusses the new age of sensory marketing, in this marketing podcast from Kantar & Saïd Business School.

With voice assistants, chatbots, robots and new advances in sensory marketing, technology is beginning to feel like a friend. Dr Rhonda Hadi, from Saïd Business School, discusses her research into consumer reactions to these artificial companions, and shares some advice for brands looking to appeal to our human nature. 

Hosted by Andrew Stephen, L'Oreal Professor of Marketing at Saïd Business School (Oxford University) and Julie Kollman, Chief Research Officer at Kantar. 

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Source : Kantar

Editor's Notes

Future Proof: The marketing podcast from Saïd Business School, Oxford University, and Kantar, the marketing insights and consulting company.

In each episode, we’ll have a frank discussion with industry experts, to help brands and business leaders navigate the changing landscape of marketing… and hopefully dispel some myths and misconceptions along the way.

Listen to all the episodes wherever you get your podcasts, or find out more as they are released here: https://uk.kantar.com/podcast/

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