The Marketing Week Podcast: The marketing moments and mishaps of 2017

Marketing Week discusses the key moments and most memorable campaigns of 2017, as well as predictions for next year.

From brands getting political and marketers taking back control to Uber’s many flaws being revealed and questions being asked about influencers, 2017 was a busy year for marketing.

In this end of year podcast, Marketing Week editor Russell Parsons is joined by special projects editor Michael Barnett and features editor Lucy Tesseras to reflect on the marketing moments, campaigns, heroes and villains of 2017, as well as the hot topics for next year.

For more on our review of 2017 and predictions for the year ahead, click on the links below.

2017 year in review:
It’s been a good year for…

It’s been a bad year for…
Campaigns of the year

Trends for 2018:
The trends that will change how you do your job in 2018

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