If Brexit were a brand – I mean a real brand, one you buy in a supermarket to wash your undies with – things would have been a lot simpler last week.
Mark Ritson, our award-winning columnist, consultant and marketing professor, is never one to shy away from an opinion and he had plenty of those in his talk at Marketing Week Live. Ritson gave his view on the importance (or lack thereof) of eight marketing concepts: millennials, CSR, brand purpose, brand valuation, digital marketing, zero based budgets, targeting and TV advertising.
There is an urgent need to translate digital views into TV audiences and vice versa otherwise brands will continue to be misled by thin digital video viewing estimates.
Top marketers from some of the UK’s leading brands – and Marketing Week Awards judges – share what they believe are the secrets to effective marketing.
With Duolingo the latest brand under fire for a social gaff, how can brands allow their social media teams the freedom to entertain without risking a PR disaster?
Consumers are more receptive to sustainability initiatives when they are tied closely to a brand’s purpose, say senior marketers at PepsiCo.
Brands can’t pay lip service to sustainability, they must back up their creative with planet-friendly behaviours, the newly launched agency Morpho believes.