July 1 webinar: our Crowd Signs team explore what hope looks like in pandemic times - and how brands can point to more hopeful futures...
- Session 1: July 1, 08.30 (BST)/17.30 (AEST)
Hosted by Crowd DNA London & Sydney | Presenters: Rachel Rapp (associate director, London), Dr Bridget Dalton (senior consultant, London), Erryn Balzan (associate director, Sydney)
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- Session 2: July 1, 16.00 (BST)/11.00 (EDT)
Hosted by Crowd DNA London & New York | Presenters: Rachel Rapp (associate director, London), Dr Bridget Dalton (senior consultant, London), Eden Lauffer (senior consultant, New York)
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(Access via Zoom; 45 mins including Q&A)
Life BC (Before Covid) seems a million years ago, and people are adjusting, adapting and holding on tight. Through it all, despite the tragedy, hope springs eternal – but, beyond the rainbows in windows and garden laps for the NHS, what form does that hope take?
Join us as, focusing on five key shifts, we track the trajectory of hope using trends analysis and semiotics – some of the methods in our Crowd Signs toolkit. We’ll discuss the historical divisions of hope, how the pandemic-induced spirit of community is challenging polarisation, and whether hope has morphed from a universal quality to cultural value.
To help brands turn hope into action, we will consider:
– What hopeful behaviours and terms are signalling new consumer trends?
– What are the semiotic cultural cues translating hope linguistically, visually, and more?
– How can brands speak to and activate against these swiftly changing codes?
– What can we learn from the brands who are speaking hope well already?
Session 1: July 1, 08.30 (BST)/17.30 (AEST) – Sign up here
Session 2: July 1, 16.00 (BST)/11.00 (EDT) – Sign up here
You can learn more about Crowd Signs (combining trends, semiotics, culture at scale and our KIN network) via this vid: