How we create Healthier Brands & Healthier Business
Co-Innovation means that we work together with you, your colleagues from different functions, and ideally also your suppliers and agencies, in a process where we act as expert consultants, facilitators and trainers.
The objective is to help you and your team to take better decisions in order to achieve better targeted innovations faster to market. To anchor the process in global best practices and key learnings we use the FourFactors® Brand Acceleration System as a step by step framework for consumer and brand driven innovation.
The benefit is that we can help guide your whole integrated team to a successful choice of strategy, brand positioning and brand execution.
Immersion and insight generation in order to inspire and EXPLORE challenges and opportunities.
Consulting and co-innovation to DEVELOP opportunities.
Reporting and recommendations that CONCLUDE the next step.
Enabling and embedding in order to IMPLEMENT the recomended actions.
How to make the health trends work for your brand
ExpoWest in Anaheim, California has been described as the world’s largest exhibition of organic and natural products. This year we attended the fair and based on our observations we identified twelve health trends, that each stem from our six Global Gamechangers!Read More
Innovation thirst, beverage trends & awarded innovations
On March 13, we at Healthy Marketing Team arranged an afterwork seminar together with Skåne Food Innovation Network in Malmö, Sweden. The theme for the afterwork was beverage innovation and during the afternoon we discussed how the beverage market has changed through history, how it is changing today and most importantly how it will change in the […]Read More
Sharing our observations from Expo West
to help you prepare for the future
Natural and Organic foods and beverages have 10 times the growth rate compared to normal processed foods and beverages.Read More
Cultural differences in health perception of cow’s and plant milk
Cultural differences between nations and continents have an impact on human behaviors, as stated by the Hofstede’s National Culture Theory, and is thus an important factors in consumer perception and behaviour. This spring, HMT intern Thanyathorn Wongnitchakul will investigate how the cultural differences between Europe and Asia is affecting the consumer perception of healthiness of cow's and plant milks.Read More