Data shows Nike is the most damaged associated brand following FIFA scandalThomas Hobbs
After FIFA president Sepp Blatter’s shock resignation yesterday amid an ongoing investigation into corruption at the world football body, several sponsors including McDonald’s and Visa have backed his exit. However major brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola and Adidas have all suffered negative brand sentiment due to their connection with FIFA.
YouTube at 10: Youtube’s EMEA boss on its plans for marketersSarah Vizard
With YouTube turning 10 years old this month, its EMEA director Ben McOwen Wilson talks about how it plans to stay ahead of its competitors for the next 10 years.
Dulux’s marketing director on how the paint brand is going digitalJonathan Bacon
Jenny Hall, marketing director of Dulux, explains how the famous paint brand is becoming a service-focussed business and an authority on the world of colour
Three marketing experts on how to achieve ‘effective share of voice’Michaela Jefferson
The first event in the Festival of Marketing’s Currency of Effectiveness series discussed how brands can use media strategy and creative effectiveness to turn excess share of voice into “effective share of voice”.
Marketoonist on productivityTom Fishburne
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The B2B buyer journey is not fit for purpose, here’s how to fix itAntonia Wade
The B2B “funnel” is redundant. New thinking that accommodates nuances in buyer behaviour is required if B2B marketers are to drive growth for their organisations.
Why Gen Z marketers feel most secure but least confidentMolly Innes
Data from Marketing Week’s 2023 Career and Salary Survey reveals Gen Z marketers feel the most secure in their roles and least confident, but the trend reverses as marketers age.