"Marketers need to consider factors such as short-termism, "hyperbolic" discounting and other principles from behavioural economics as they seek to build connections with consumers. Understanding this is key in tackling problems like encouraging people to save more for pensions or wear sunscreen at the beach. Willcox said."
Matthew has more than 20 years of marketing communications experience, advising organizations such as Levi Strauss and Co., Electronic Arts, GSK, Nestlé, American Express and Unilever. His current focus is helping social development organizations bring a deeper understanding of how humans make choices to their work.
Matthew's book, "The Business of Choice: Marketing to Consumers' Instincts" was named “Marketing Book of The Year 2016” by Marketing & Sales Books, and was co-winner of the American Marketing Association’s prestigious Berry Book Award.
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