Based in Seoul, B is an ad-less monthly publication highlighting one iconic brand in each issue. Between its covers, B not only shares the untold stories behind some of the world's most recognisable brands, but also the unique cultures that such brands create. From brand managers to those with a curiosity around marketing, B is made for anyone interested in how the world's most respected brands come to be.
Started in 1997 in Silicon Valley, Netflix was dubbed the icon of American popular culture following the success of its DVD-by-mail operation. 10 years after the DVD-era, during which the Netflix-logo-emblazoned red envelopes reigned supreme, Netflix introduced its movie and TV show streaming service and burgeoned into an online entertainment powerhouse. By releasing entire seasons of original programming such as ‹House of Cards› and ‹Orange is the New Black› all at once, Netflix was able to bring ‘binge-watching’ to the forefront of our culture and is now viewed by many as the future of entertainment.