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Twenty years after the concept of the challenger brand was popularised, a new wave of challengers has been changing the way the categories around us think and behave. Financed by a new type of investor, harnessing emerging structural changes and new ways to build relationships with their consumers, they have generated an enormous energy and excitement in their marketing and business community.

In this six-part podcast series, hear from PHD, eatbigfish and a selection of brand guests as they draw on experiences and discuss how a challenger mindset can help give a clear focus, and what aspects of a challenger mindset are going to be important to thrive in this new world.

Overthrow II: Challenger strategies for a new era PHD & eatbigfish

    • Marketing

Twenty years after the concept of the challenger brand was popularised, a new wave of challengers has been changing the way the categories around us think and behave. Financed by a new type of investor, harnessing emerging structural changes and new ways to build relationships with their consumers, they have generated an enormous energy and excitement in their marketing and business community.

In this six-part podcast series, hear from PHD, eatbigfish and a selection of brand guests as they draw on experiences and discuss how a challenger mindset can help give a clear focus, and what aspects of a challenger mindset are going to be important to thrive in this new world.

    How does a brand reclaim its challenger status?

    How does a brand reclaim its challenger status?

    In the second episode of PHD and eatbigfish’s podcast series Overthrow II: Challenger strategies for a new era, host and founder of eatbigfish Adam Morgan speaks with Kerry Chilvers, Brands Director at Direct Line, and Hugh Cameron, Chairman at PHD UK, on how a brand which has lost its challenger edge in a changing category can revitalise its challenger status and brand proposition.

    • 20 min
    The changing landscape for challenger brands

    The changing landscape for challenger brands

    Adam Morgan, founder of eatbigfish, and Malcolm Devoy, Chief Strategy Officer at PHD EMEA, join forces once again to introduce the podcast spin-off of their publication ‘Overthrow II – 10 strategies from the new wave of challengers’ to discuss how the media landscape has changed for brands, what this means for category behaviours, and where the opportunities are to build brand value through creativity and challenger thinking. 

    • 20 min

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