Tag Archives: change
HORSE RACING; WHO AND WHAT’S NEXT ON THE HORIZON? ANYTHING MIND BLOWING?
Posted on January 15, 2018 by RacingB*tch
By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk No one can always win though there are always the Walter Mitty characters in horse racing who claim they do and then, at least these days, take to Facebook to show them #winning with lots of … Continue reading →
Posted in Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Racing, Horse Racing, HORSE RACING AND SOCIAL MEDIA, The horse racing industry | Tagged change, crossroads, customers, doncorleone, Gai Waterhouse, HKJC, Horse racing, horse racing industry, planning ahead, succession, Winfried Engelbrechtbresges | Leave a comment
WHEN IS HORSE RACING GOING TO REALLY GO GLOBAL (AND LEARN FROM THE CLUTTER HAPPENING AROUND THE WORLD)?
Posted on January 12, 2018 by RacingB*tch
By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk When lost, one takes a scattergun approach hoping for the best. We’re buried today in hashtags, clutter, transparent hypocrisy, and sanctimonious bollocks which is bought without questioning. Here and now “righteous” indignation has become a trend … Continue reading →
Posted in Horse Racing, HORSE RACING AND SOCIAL MEDIA, Marketing of horse racing, The horse racing industry | Tagged advertising, change, hash tags, herdmentality, Hollywood, Horse racing, horse racing industry, hypocrisy, knowing the customer, marketing, music industry, new thinking, oprah winfrey, social media, sponsors, trending | Leave a comment