beauty

How beauty brands have evolved their influencer marketing

The beauty industry had adopted influencer marketing more fervently than any other industry. 

With big budgets and a less tangible product than, say, fashion or homeware – influencers (or digital talent) can bring products to life, and help to create a link between social media and ecommerce.

Why fashion and beauty brands are still betting on chatbots

Chatbots have gone in and out of favour during the past couple of years. First touted as the ‘next big thing’ for marketing, many brand examples have since died a death due to the tech lacking sophistication or failing to provide any real relevance for consumers.

That being said, the fashion and beauty industries still appear attached to the concept, with many more brands launching AI-powered chatbots in the past year or so.

Advent calendars: Why beauty brands are so keen

Advent calendars used to be the hallmark of confectionary companies like Cadbury and Nestle. Nowadays, brands from a whole manner of industries are muscling in on the trend, releasing calendars filled with everything from gin to cheese.

Brands within the cosmetics and skincare industries are chiefly reaping the rewards, turning the once humble ritual of the advent calendar into a ‘must-have’ for modern-day beauty consumers.