For the second year, SemioTiPS participates in November 2017 to Incheon international conference. This conference is organized to generate ideas for the upcoming National Museum of World Writing in South Korea, sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. During the conference, SemioTiPS will present methods to help design a new international museum.
The Château de Montsoreau re-opened in April of 2016, with the installation of the Philippe Méaille collection. The locations is now devoted to contemporary art. To help define the Château’s new identity, “co-creation” assistance was sought. Now that the opening is accomplished, how does the site look? Here’s a glance at already visible signs of
In partnership with French Ministry of Culture and Communication and with Château de Versailles, SemioTiPS has been asked to present and discuss new methods to explore and define cultural brands. Studying the image of a museum or heritage site helps to improve its communication and branding. And it it even more relevant to explore the personality
Over the past decade or so, many large corporations in the U.S. have renamed and repositioned their research functions. What used to be called the “marketing research” department is now often called the “consumer insights” department. This transition to “consumer insights” is a U.S. corporate fashion trend and will most likely continue—as the corporate copycats