Media and News - Television, Radio and Online
Rita appears regularly on a wide variety of TV and radio programmes on business, brand, marketing and communication issues, including CNN, BBC Breakfast, Newsnight, Channel 4 News, BBC World Service, Radio 4 Today programme and Radio 5 Live.
In 2016, Rita was engaged by Alibaba.com and CNBC as an Expert Mentor on a new 6 part TV series “Pop up Start up”.
Rita has been a regular guest on The Bottom Line with Evan Davies, and on Sky News Business Shows including Jeff Randall and Ian King. She recently appeared on the BBC Two series 'Business Nightmares' and also the Steve Jobs documentary 'Billion Dollar Hippy', as well as Any Questions? with Jonathan Dimbleby, BBC Daily Politics show and Sky’s Murnaghan.
Her writing has included the best selling book 'The Future of Brands', and two editions of The Economist book 'Brands & Branding' (buy on Amazon). She has been a reviewer and columnist for the Financial Times, Management Today, The Observer, Retail Week, Admap and Marketing Week, and is a regular commentator in national and internationalpress and magazines.
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Rita Clifton discusses the recent turmoil facing British Airways and the dual personality of premium vs value offerings within a single brand.
Rita Clifton discusses the use of humour by companies on their Twitter feeds on the Ian King Live Sky News show.
Rita discusses news that the Advertising Standards Agency will block advertising containing gender stereotypes with Dermot Murnaghan on Sky News Tonight.
Rita Clifton joins a panel of leading brand and advertising experts in London to talk about the future of brands in a digital age.
Rita Clifton discusses her latest role as Branding Expert in a brand new business entertainment show Pop-up Start-up, with Albaba.com and CNBC.
Rita discusses the affect of changes in the financial markets on consumer buying habits but for the moment "Whatever the weather, the sun is shining in the retail sector".
Rita Clifton discusses the recent call for Sir Philip Green to lose his knighthood and the crucial next steps to repairing the damage done.
Rita Clifton discusses the affect on Samsung's company brand on BBC News 24 following their decision to cease production of their Galaxy Note 7 mobile phone after several catch fire.
Rita Clifton is interviewed on BBC News at 6 to discuss the brand implications of Samsung's failed Galaxy Note 7 mobile phone after several catch fire.
Rita examines the effect on the Top Gear brand following the filming of a stunt near the London Cenotaph War Memorial.
Rita discusses how Burberry continues to successfully engage with their customers.
Rita Clifton discusses the importance of traditional brands staying fresh and relevant following the announcement by Hornby regarding lower than expected profits.
Rita Clifton discusses multi national companies paying their fair share of taxes in the UK and the exit of Britain from the EU.
Rita Clifton discusses the M&S brand following the news that Marc Bolland will be succeeded by Steve Rowe, executive director of general merchandise.
Rita Clifton gives helpful branding advice on the Clive Bull LBC Show including the most important principles of branding for any business.
Rita Clifton talks to Ian King live regarding the Thomas Cook apology and their brand image.
Rita Clifton talks to BBC News regarding the Thomas Cook apology and their brand image.
Rita Clifton interviewed on Sky News Tonight regarding Rihanna, the T-Shirt and Top Shop.
Rita Clifton talks about Branding and Marketing and why it is so important for Business.
Rita Clifton speaks to Eddie Meyer Radio 4 PM on the 08th January 2015 following a recent announcement at TESCO.
Rita discusses the latest John Lewis Christmas advertising on Sky News Sunrise and the justification of big budget adverts.
Rita discusses Romeo Beckham's appearance in the new Buberry Christmas Advert on Channel 5 News and the power of brand Beckham.
Rita discusses brand Beckham on Channel 5 News in a report on Victoria Beckham winning entrepreneur of the year.
Rita discusses the brand impact of the Tesco accounting "blackhole" as well as the Co-op's need to re-focus their brand proposition.
Rita Clifton, Brand Strategist, speaks to Susanna Reid on ITV Good Morning, Britain 24 September 2014.
In Bloombergs “In The Know” segment, BrandCap International Branding Expert Rita Clifton discusses how Brazil can rebuild its tarnished brand following the national football teams defeat in the 2014 World Cup.
Rita Clifton talks on BBC's Newsnight with Kirsty Wark regarding a new book's claim that a company's brand is less important in the current internet age due to the immediate availability of product information and reviews.
Rita discusses her work with big brands, how the key to successful re-branding is more than just a "retwiddle" and how the people in an organisation can contribute to the essence of a brand.
Rita Clifton Joins Charles Lewington, David Muir and Dermot Murnaghan to discuss the impact of political campaign posters in the wake of a controversial UKIP campaign poster.
Branding expert Rita Clifton talks about coffee shop brands both big and small on the BBC's Business Boomers which looks at Businesses doing well despite the recent economic downturn.
Rita appears on the new CNBC series of The Business Class. The featured business was Morphsuits, the manufacturer brand in the cosmetics industry.
Rita Clifton discusses brand Beckham on Channel 5 evening news following the launch of David Beckham's new US Miami based Major League Soccer team.
Rita Clifton talks to Lorna Dunkley on Sky News about the 2013 John Lewis Christmas TV advert.
Angela Ahrendts is to step down as Chief Executive at Burberry in mid 2014 to take up a new position at Apple.
Rita Clifton with Sir Richard Lambert on Sky's Murnaghan reviewing the business papers. Discussing China's challenges in developing global brands and competing reports on remedies for UK high streets...
Rita speaking about how companies which have more women on boards have been shown to perform better all round, financially and operationally.