Beyond the content boom: The future looks bright for the passion economy as it revolutionizes the marketing landscape

A software-facilitated economy that allows creators to earn revenue from their creations. That’s the modern-day creator’s economy. Simply put, an economy created by self-employed creators such as artists, bloggers, musicians, writers, etc, who follow their passion, showcase it on online platforms such as Youtube, Tiktok, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and so on, build a following for their skill and gradually monetise that skill to become a brand in themselves. Explains why it is often also termed as the passion economy.

Vietnamese markets remain plagued by pandemic fluctuations

While the world battled Covid 19, the Vietnamese government implemented various policies to keep the economy afloat. Vietnam is considered one of the world’s fastest-growing emerging markets in the past decade. Economic growth momentum was significantly moderated in 2020, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Winter Olympics 2022: A boon for marketers

The Beijing Winter Olympics kicked off on February 4 and will wind up on the 20th. Olympics offers a powerful platform for brands to engage with consumers with greater opportunities for brand awareness to a global audience. The spirit of the games also aligns with 360-degree brand marketing missions that support athletes and competition with human progress.

What influence did the Pandemic have on the E-commerce market in Indonesia in 2021?

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned out to be a boom for E-commerce in Southeast Asia, including Indonesia with an increase in transactions by 23 %, and gross merchandise value projected at the US $32 billion. The pandemic has also prompted many micro, small and medium businesses to shift to online platforms. The number of brands using online platforms has risen to 10.2 million during the pandemic.

Will Q-commerce replace E-commerce to be the future?

Q-commerce seems to be a new player with an on-demand delivery and e-grocery in a new faster form. Because of the continuous lock downs people around the globe has liked the idea of essential items being delivered on their doorstep ,thus resulting in the increase growth of the q-commerce industry. In this new model, delivery time has been cut down from 3-5 days to a matter of minutes.