Bringing together some of the most impactful case studies from our trends intelligence platform, LS:N Global, this year’s Innovation Debrief report uncovers the 50 most boundary-pushing campaigns of the year to date.
From next-generation hobbies and the revival of opulent luxuries to the domestic innovations happening right at home, we're shining a light on the companies that are adapting to changing consumer behaviours and carving out inventive routes forward.
We spotlight 10 regional innovators and inspiring case studies from our Futures 1000 network of industry professionals, allowing you to tune in to the cultural and geographic intricacies of each idea.
You’ll also find essential statistics and analysis from our in-house foresight specialists, alongside strategic implications that will help your company to understand how, why and where it can apply these insights.
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Header image: Airsign. Identity by High Tide. Photography by Charlie Schuck, US
: Benefit Brands
Declining brand loyalty is prompting companies to reconsider traditional reward schemes.
Consumers are reviving glamour, opulence and hedonism as they push the Pleasure Revolution in new directions.
: Recreation Operations
Companies are turning their attention to the pandemic-driven explosion in hobbies, creating products and activations that cater for playful pastimes.
: Sensorial Strategies
Pandemic-induced touch deprivation is resulting in demand for products, packaging and marketing that stimulate the senses.
: Climate-combative Beauty
Extreme weather events are becoming more common across the globe, with sobering implications for the beauty and health industries.
: Digital Dining
Creating a link between online and offline, restaurant and hospitality venues are infusing internet aesthetics into physical settings and products.
: Sidewalk Science
Science will continue to play a vital role in everyday life as communities across the world recover from the pandemic – and prepare for future health events.
: Avant Abodes
Consumers are continuing to invest more in their domestic environments because of the ability to work from home, fashioning versatile spaces.
: Emotive Employers
Traditional wellness benefits such as flexible hours, mental health app subscriptions and remote working are no longer sufficient to retain talent.
Consumers are demanding reform from the corporate giants that govern their data and dictate their online experiences
Image credits: Oliver Spencer and Niwaki, UK; Departures in the Wadi Rum Desert by Adorno. Photography by Iñigo Inchaurraga, Jordan; SAMOCVET by MAPPA and digital artist Varya Schuka. Photography by Alisa Gulkanyan, Russia
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Innovation Debrief Report
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