Dipanjan Chatterjee

Vice President, Principal Analyst

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Values-Motivated Consumers Make Up 18% Of The US Buying Population

Dipanjan Chatterjee October 27, 2021
Most marketers have questions about navigating social values: Is the growing chorus in favor of brand activism the signal or merely noise? How should brands respond? To answer these questions, we built an analytical model to identify the values-motivated consumer Social Values Permeate The Consumer-Brand Conversation, But They Do Not Always Shape Consumer Action Today, […]
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Predictions 2022: CMOs Emerge As Emboldened Business Leaders

Mike Proulx October 26, 2021

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The CMO’s Da Vinci Code: Unlocking The True Power Of Marketing

Dipanjan Chatterjee August 17, 2021
IBM's research found that when CEOs were asked to identify the most crucial members of the C-Suite, CMOs came in well behind their CFO and COO peers. But it doesn't have to be that way.
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Four Key Takeaways For Brands From CES 2021

Dipanjan Chatterjee January 19, 2021
Discover what this year's all-virtual event revealed about the future of brand experiences.
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Brand Spotlight 2020: In A Difficult Year, The Best Brands Shine Bright

Dipanjan Chatterjee December 8, 2020
2020 was a year of crises. In this most difficult of years, six brands stood out. See our picks for the best brands of the year.
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Ready Your Brand For Social Justice

Dipanjan Chatterjee August 24, 2020
Your brand is on the hook to respond to a social justice movement sweeping the world. This is how you get started responding.
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Connect Brand And CX To Create Value: Join My Keynote At Summit Asia Pacific

Dipanjan Chatterjee July 29, 2020
A poor promise will starve a great experience, and a poor experience will break a great promise. The Power Of Marketing Marketing has always been a substantial and thriving component of brand-building. For example, annual global advertising spend has grown from about $400 billion in 2019 to just shy of $600 billion in 2019 (equivalent […]
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Toward Convergence — Brand And Experience Themes At CX North America

Dipanjan Chatterjee June 7, 2020
My research theme for CX North America 2020 — the convergence of experience The peripatetic nature of analyst life, especially for someone not moored to a corporate office, means that I rarely get to see most of the folks I work with, which is why, every year, I look forward to the summer days of […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins June 1, 2020
Brands Pledge To Stand With The Black Community In the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, citizens are taking to the streets to protest institutionalized racism. Brands are speaking out, too, because, as Netflix tweeted, “To be silent is to be complicit.” Netflix joins brands such as Google, Nike, Peloton, and Target (whose stores were looted) in taking a vocal anti-racist stance. Firms hear consumers’ desire to align with brands that share their values and are emboldened to make […]
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The Future Of Financial Brands: Less Financial, More Brand

Dipanjan Chatterjee May 15, 2020
The crisis in financial services is not just that most banks don’t get relevance and relationship right. It’s that most of the leading consumer brands eyeing the financial space do.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins February 24, 2020
Don’t Read This Before Dinner There are some things that can’t be unseen. Chief among them, a Whopper decomposing in high definition to demonstrate that Burger King plans to remove artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives from the burger. Industry pundits are all abuzz with opinion (ahem!), and Burger King is the toast of media town, posed for ad award glory. But will it help Burger King sell more burgers? So far, Burger […]
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The Best And Worst Of Branding In 2019

Dipanjan Chatterjee January 16, 2020
Three brands that shined and three that lost some luster in 2019, along with what to look for in 2020.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski December 9, 2019
Embracing gender evolution; hyperscale cloud emerging tech partnerships; healthcare innovation award winners.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski November 18, 2019
Nike Just Does It First, the age of the customer shifted power away from institutions to individuals, drastically reducing the control companies had over their own brands. Then came Amazon: The competitive juggernaut ripped whatever shred of control brands had left, leaving them to figure out the algorithmic enigma of eCommerce while competing on price […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski November 11, 2019
By Silencing Hackers With NDAs, Uber Could Legitimize Ransom Attacks As A Business Despite a half-billion-dollar marketing campaign last year to rebuild Uber’s image, the ride-sharing giant’s reputation problem just keeps getting worse. On Wednesday, two of the (now known to be) three hackers responsible for the 2016 breach and ransom of 57 million riders’ […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski October 15, 2019
The California Attorney General just Published CCPA rules, and they're clear as mud.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski September 16, 2019
Apple’s 2019 Event: What’s Missing Is What’s Telling — Branding When Apple cuts prices, you know there’s a problem. A price premium signals brand strength; any contraction is a cause for concern. Yes, Apple’s decisions to start monetizing services is a good strategy, but is it enough? It comes straight out of every management consulting […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski September 9, 2019
Le Tote Buys Lord & Taylor — A Most Peculiar Way To Buy Growth Fashion subscription company Le Tote agreed to acquire the storied (if tired) department store Lord & Taylor. We have several questions. For starters, the price. Le Tote, a popular yet relatively nascent rental company, has raised $62.5 million in venture capital […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski September 4, 2019
An Oklahoma court ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $571M for involvement in “false, misleading, and dangerous marketing campaigns” that contributed to the state’s opioid crisis. Here’s both a risk and brand perspective on why business leaders should care. J&J Shares Recover — But Its Reputation May Not Our Security & Risk Analysts Alla Valente […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Brigitte Majewski August 19, 2019
The Great Gender Blur And Its Impact On The Future Of Marketing Marketing stands at the threshold of a monumental cultural shift — the great gender blur. The male-female binary and all its associated tropes that have pervaded brand marketing for decades are on shaky ground. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), the UK’s independent advertising […]
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