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Written by Yuliya Suleymanova, Gene Aaron

For over 2000 years all sorts of oracles, seers, prophets, and prognosticators had been foreseeing the upcoming End of Time, the Doomsday, the Apocalypse, the Armageddon. Each described many different scenarios but all are horrific and bloody. Some prophesy the coming of a messiah and some birth of the Antichrist, while others warn about nuclear war or a catastrophic climatic event.  Others however, mostly writers of sci-fi fiction and movie scripts, did warn us about how future intelligent machines, cyborgs, or even a digital matrix would overpower humans and destroy modern civilization as we know it. And now it happened! The prediction of Matrix Armageddon came true and is real! 

It came in the form of Big Data and new technologies and services, such as Social Media, Mobile Apps and Online Games, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Cloud Services, Super-computing, Virtual Assistants, and of course Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a core behind of it all.  Artificial Intelligence is not a new thing, but do we really understand it, and how it is being used? Do you realize how deep AI is woven into our daily lives? But first, let’s define the meaning and essence of AI. 

Traditionally, the legitimacy of luxury goods entails finesse of craftsmanship and use of finest materials. The vivid example of such a concept is demonstrated by the House of Hermès, an ultra luxury brand founded in France in 1837 specializing in complete lines of leather goods, silk, home, bed and bath linens, furniture, silverware, crystal, porcelain, office accessories, and baby gifts. But their iconic status has been developed around handbags hand-crafted by skilled artisans using same ancient traditions of saddle-making for centuries. 

Edited by Victoria Stowe

The world is changing rapidly influenced by the emerging markets. Yet, the largest market in the world, the U.S. market, is still considered most desirable for international business development and entrepreneurship. Lately, a younger group of customers has emerged displaying a set of new developmental traits attributed to the feeling of entitlement. This cluster of millennials demands instant gratification of their achievements defined as 'generational' behavioral trait typically attributed to those born between the 1980s and the early 2000s.

Written by Sara SonnenUP Global
Answer Provided by Yuliya Suleymanova, Founder of SULÉY Group

How Do I Create a Brand Identity? SULÉY Group is not just another marketing or creative agency. We are a team of researchers specializing on a deep study of consumer behaviors and the relations between consumers and brands.  The easiest and understandable way for consumers to relate to brands is to associate brands with human characteristics. That way consumers build a solid emotional association on what a brand means to them, how it makes them feel, what other people may think of them wearing, eating, driving a brand.

Consistent and constant monitoring of a luxury brand equity is a salient priority for marketers. Marketing Science Institute defines brand equity as "the set of associations and behaviors on part of the brand's customers, channel members, and Parent Corporation that permits the brand to earn greater volume or greater margins than it could without the brand name and that gives the brand a strong, sustainable, and differentiated advantage over competitors (Çerri,  2012). Positive consumer associates and behaviors toward a luxury brand can be achieved through effective application of social media or/and advertising.