Vitality: Largest disruptor on the block.
Vitality is on a mission to change health and life insurance for good - and they’re getting noticed for it. They are showing the industry that you don’t need to be a small start-up to be disruptive. They have flipped the traditional health insurance model from only interacting when a customer needs cover, to one where they interact daily, changing the focus from illness and risk, to health and wellness.
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Graham Horner, CMO, Scott Dunn
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Between 2012 and 2013, Twitter’s fastest growing demographic was between ages 54 to 66, growing at 79% (Buffer, 2013). Women make up the highest percentage of gamers (IAB, 2014), while sub-Saharan Africa is now the world’s largest mobile technology market (Gallup, 2014).
These statistics fly in the face of conventional wisdom about consumer behavior.
The next stop on Qubit’s breakfast series was our very own New York City. On a warm sunny day, fashion entrepreneurs, business executives and journalists gathered atop the beautiful NoMad Hotel rooftop to learn about how the fashion world leverages data and analytics to prepare for the holidays.
Points-based loyalty systems, introduced by airlines over three decades ago, transformed the travel industry overnight. The prospect of a free trip to a dream city was enough to entice customers to stay loyal to an airline. It was just that simple.
If marketing has one goal, it’s to reach consumers at the moments that most influence their buying decisions. That simple reason is why Amazon started offering targeted product recommendations over a decade ago to consumers already logged in and ready to buy.
"Customers just want to shop at any time and in any place... They don't care if it’s on a mobile, tablet, whatever. They want the same experience across all channels and that’s very important to us as a business." - Neil Sansom, Ecommerce Director at Moss Bros Group PLC