Red Agency And Havas PR Collective Unveils Annual Predictions Report

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From DNA marketing being put under the microscope to a new phase in the drive for gender equality, the report looks at changes in consumer mindsets as well as those who influence the world we live in today.

Key trends championed in the report include a prediction of the seismic shift in the groundswell of support for women’s rights, bringing mounting pressure for greater parity, particularly in terms of pay, and transparency at all levels.

As #MeToo offenders head to court, the conversation changes from payback to #PayUp.

The global conversation will also shift from data privacy to DNA privacy – and first mover marketers will prepare to leverage the ultimate in business intelligence.

In 2019, the DNA dilemma is about managing risk versus reward with consumers facing a question around how much they are prepared to give up for knowledge, convenience – or even a discount.

The ‘Ears In’ generation is on the rise, but this year we don’t just listen, we start talking more – not to each other, but to our devices.

In 2019, sound is the new mute with AI voice assistants and smart speakers changing the way we search, shop and live.

Marketers designing content for ears, not just eyes, is sound advice.

The focus on mental wellbeing in the workplace will continue as the ‘Mind Fit’ movement steps up a gear.

Mental fitness is being given a spotlight with generic corporate wellness programs giving way to personalised approaches that help staff manage their workload and optimise their work-life balance.

Other trends featured in the report include the rise of ‘inclusive nationalism’; the increase in demand for quality journalism and the 3 Ds – depth, detail and detective work.

This has been seen through the reimagination of influencer marketing and the roles of talent in marketing campaigns; the Trump-fuelled rise of consensus – where propaganda comes before facts; and the ‘walk or baulk’ approach brands are taking to sports marketing and sponsorships as sporting bodies seek to build trust to maintain their reputation, fanbase and corporate backing.

Havas PR Collective’s global chairman James Wright, Red Agency’s executive directors and co-authors of the report Jackie Crossman and Davitha Ghiassi said: “We have seen some fundamental shifts in consumer behaviours and attitudes which has led to cultural changes and the birth of new phenomena”.

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