Mr. Walker, 56, currently serves as President of the Ford Foundation, the second largest private foundation in the United States, and also chairs the United States National Advisory Board on Impact Investing.
The return of Crystal Pepsi came with a few updated graphics, but it’s clear that PepsiCo is aiming for nostalgic appeal. In this podcast, we discuss what, if any, impact retro and throwback products and packaging might have for a brand. We also examine similar attempts of reviving dated imagery and discontinued products by companies seeking a sentimental response.
Earlier this month, PepsiCo introduced a new packaged format for its Stubborn line of craft sodas. Scott Finlow, vice president of innovation and insights for global foodservice at PepsiCo said that the company views craft beverages as an important part of the company’s future, telling Fortune that “Craft is not a fad. It is here to stay.”
Saratoga Spring Water Company has filed a petition to cancel the trademarked name of Saratoga Juice Bar claiming that its use of the word “Saratoga” could cause confusion among consumers and damages its water brand.
The program features a national fan and broadcaster sweepstakes, a new website, limited-edition gear and co-branded AMP Energy + Twitch cans, marking the first time the iconic Twitch logo has ever been used on any non-gaming retail product.
Using the proprietary designs, depicting both globally relevant and locally significant imagery, the immersive campaign connects cola lovers around the world through a shared language that is uniquely and definably Pepsi and is brought to life in a variety of elements.
Beginning in late-April, Pepsi, Diet Pepsi and Pepsi MAX in the U.S. will feature a variety of PepsiMoji designs on 20- ounce bottles, select bottle multi-packs and fountain cups for fans to share with one another.