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Women Appreciate Brands With A Heart

Fresh off Valentine's Day, we're revisiting a 2013 Venus Comms blog that's still relevant now: If you have a brand whose primary audience is female, you need be aware that the values and behaviour of your company matters. And we are not just talking about consumer

Get real, brands – authenticity is what Millennial women want

So, we’re now well aware women are responsible for 85 percent of all household spends, with a total global income surpassing $18 trillion. But did you know that ‘Millennial’ women (18 to 35-year-olds) make up a substantial portion of this purchasing authority? And yet, according to

What we can learn from marketing-to-women fails and successes

When it comes to marketing to women, some brands know how to reach the target while others completely miss the mark. Here are two recent examples of a marketing (/M2W) fail and success, and what we can learn from them. M2W fail US-based IBM probably meant

Brands have ‘femvertising wrong’ – here’s what to do about it

Evidence that the old ad agency model is ready to evolve and recognise female audiences was recently unearthed on global level, at the ‘What Women Want: Beyond Feminism in Advertising’. Held by The Drum Network and Southpaw, the London-based panel debate among female ad industry

Price, freshness and origin of groceries rank high with female shoppers

Saving money may be the biggest driver of brand loyalty towards a supermarket, according to new research administered for Aldi Australia. The study, conducted among over 1,000 chief grocery shoppers of households, found that nine out of 10 would change supermarkets if it lowered how

How an effective brand story can turn the page with female audiences

Communicating to female consumers through storytelling may be one of the most effective ways for brands to reach her – and if you don’t believe us, just ask science, reports a recent article. Simply put, stories ignite the area of the brain that aids us in

Aldi’s designer collaboration is a sell-out with female consumers

A recent collaboration between Aldi supermarket and high-fashion designer Collette Dinnigan proved that reaching female consumers can work at any price point when you know what women want. And as females reach toward the utopian life they desire, they want an aspirational shopping experience – which