Martin Lindstrom is an advisor to companies including the Walt Disney Company, PepsiCo, Nestlé, LEGO, and Red Bull. He is the author of the international bestseller, Buyology, as well as six other titles.
His book BRANDsense was acclaimed by the Wall Street Journal as “…one of the five best marketing books ever published.”
Lindstrom was recognised by Time Magazine as one of the top 100 Most Influential People in the World. In 2015, an independent study conducted among 30,000 marketers named Lindstrom the world’s #1 brand-building expert; and Thinkers 50 recently named him one of the world’s top 20 business thinkers.
Small Data: The Tiny Clues That Uncover Huge Trends: The Tiny Clues That Uncover Huge Trends: New York Times Bestseller
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The New York Times Bestseller named one of the "Most Important Books of 2016" by Inc, and a Forbes 2016 "Must Read Business Book"'If you love 'Bones' and 'CSI', this book is your kind of candy' Paco Underhill, author of Why We Buy'Martin's best book to date. A personal, intuitive, powerful way to look at making an impact with your work' Seth Godin, author of Purple CowMartin Lindstrom, one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in The World and a modern-day Sherlock Holmes, harnesses the power of "small data" in his quest to discover the next big thing.In an era where many believe Big Data has rendered human perception and observation 'old-school' or passe, Martin Lindstrom shows that mining and matching technological data with up-close psychological insight creates the ultimate snapshot of who we really are and what we really want. He works like a modern-day Sherlock Holmes, accumulating small clues - the progressively weaker handshakes of Millenials, a notable global decrease in the use of facial powder, a change in how younger consumers approach eating ice cream cones - to help solve a stunningly diverse array of challenges., In Switzerland, a stuffed teddy bear in a teenage girl's bedroom helped revolutionise 1,000 stores - spread across twenty countries - for one of Europe's largest fashion retailers. In Dubai, a distinctive bracelet strung with pearls helped Jenny Craig offset its declining membership in the United States and increase loyalty by 159% in only one year. In China, the look of a car dashboard led to the design of the iRobot, or Roomba, floor cleaner - a great success story.SMALL DATA combines armchair travel with forensic psychology in an interlocking series of international clue-gathering detective stories., It shows Lindstrom using his proprietary CLUES Framework - where big data is merely one part of the overall puzzle - to get radically close to consumers and come up with the counter-intuitive insights that have in some cases helped tr
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