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Aletta Martens

Aletta Martens

With her background in Social & Organisational Psychology, Economic Consumer Psychology and the Honours Leiden Leadership Programme, Aletta is passionate about giving insight and advice to organizations to communicate, advertise and commercialize their sustainable vision towards consumers.

Together with Tim and Tom, she founded New Neuromarketing and provides the guys with an additional social and sustainable point of view. She loves being on top of the latest insights and to convert them into understandable and usable insights. Aletta is author and editor at NNM.

Expertise: psychology, marketing, communication, behavioral change, sustainability


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Product or Price first? How Order Increases Sales

Product or Price first? How Order Increases Sales

Imagine walking into a clothing store and the first thing you see is a rack of jeans clearly labeled “€49.99”. With this price in mind, you start looking at the different jeans. As you scavenge those denims, you might find something you like.

Now let's look at a different scenario: imagine walking past a display where you see a pair of jeans. When you walk over to take a closer look, you see that it says “€49.99” on the tag. Will you go in and look for the pair of jeans?

In both cases, the denims and importantly, the price are the same (e.g., you have the same kind of information). However, depending on which one you see first, will you make the same kind of decision? 

How a Fair Trade alternative can ruin your brand

How a Fair Trade alternative can ruin your brand

Oh my god, you’re such a….! I don’t like being labeled. Unless it’s really cute. What I do like is labels that tell me whether I should or should not be buying a certain product. It’s the paradox of choice that paralyzes me when I’m ‘hangry’ after a long day’s work; standing in the supermarket, having to cook dinner which should be reasonably nice and preferably to our planet and the people living on it as well. But that’s me. However, these labels influence you too. As for the marketers: read below why it is important to know what you should or should not be doing with these labels.

When life gives you LIME(s), you better recognize

When life gives you LIME(s), you better recognize

Which brand of cola would you rather drink: Pepsi Cola or Mila Cola? My guess is that you’d prefer to quench your thirst with Pepsi Cola. How appealing is Pepsi? You’ve probably never even heard of Mila Cola. In fact, I made that brand up.

Now let’s take a step back in time and imagine a choice between Pepsi Cola and Coca Cola. How appealing is Pepsi now? Chances are the appeal of the brand took a dive when the choice context changed.

Boycott or buy from Primark? How to make adolescents care more about sustainability and how you can profit from it.

Boycott or buy from Primark? How to make adolescents care more about sustainability and how you can profit from it.

What is the real price of your clothing? Getting your hands on a six dollar t-shirt is inexpensive, but who actually pays for it?

Recently, a clothing factory in Bangladesh collapsed, instantly killing thousands of low-wage workers. The disaster caused public outcry; never again shall we buy from brands that expose people to such miserable circumstances. Yet in reality, Primark remains one of Europe’s most popular clothing outlets. 

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