This article compares the infant nutrition price – the price of infant formula from my local supermarket. I compare the different companies, if there’s a relationship between the shelf level and price and if there are further relationships between the number of products being promoted or the number of marketing messages.
This is the final post of four and Continue reading Infant Nutrition Price Analysis – Are You Paying Too Much?
In this third part of the series I am looking at the nutrition marketing messages. Marketing messages are the terms, phrases, emotions and general tools that marketers use to manipulate you.
Previously we’ve looked at the major players and a typical shelf and also what ingredients they list on the packaging. In future articles we’ll talk about price and other influence tactics.
For this analysis I recorded all the non-ingredient messages on the front of containers from a shelf at my local supermarket. I then divided these up into categories that seemed Continue reading Infant Nutrition Marketing Messages
For the last two years, my company has had an annual kickoff meeting for the Asia team in Tokyo. It presented as the perfect opportunity to see some snow that would otherwise be a rather expensive trip. This year the kickoff got cancelled due to Covid-19 but that didn’t stop us going to Nozawa!
The trip from Singapore to Nozawa involved Continue reading Travel: Nozawa Onsen
I recently attended a talk by Dr Steven Tucker (@drsteventucker) that got me thinking about body hacking and continuous glucose monitors.
The dialogue that I keep coming back to is:
“Who is this device for?” Continue reading Body Hacking: Continuous Glucose Monitor
As you dig deeper into artificial intelligence it helps to have an intelligence model to provide a framework for discussion. This post follows on from New AI’s – Seven Intelligence’s but really is to set the scene for my examples of accelerated intelligence Continue reading Intelligence Model for Accelerated Intelligence