Design thinking is at the heart of every business, including Apple, who have enjoyed enormous success.
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There’s no doubt about it: there’s an emotional relationship between consumers and Apple products. With a fantastic brand recognition and consumer loyalty, Apple is ranked by consumers as one of the top three global companies they were ‘unable to live without’ by MBLM’s Brand Intimacy Study.
Apple is very effective in inspiring an emotional relationship with its customers. But what is it that makes Apple products different from their competitors’ offerings? How do they manage to consistently lead the market through creative design and innovation?
Using Design Thinking to Fuel Innovation
Before Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, Apple suffered from a lack of strategy and many failed products. In 1997, Apple
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Total sales in supermarkets and corner shops rose 10.6% in the four weeks to 4 October, up from 8% in the previous month, with stores the busiest they had been since a wave of stockpiling in March according to the latest market data from research firm Kantar.
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