After reporting its first positive sales in well over a year, Morrisons’ CEO David Potts has told Marketing Week that the big four supermarket is starting to see positive results from its brand development strategy and is standing out from rivals due to its in-store food making capabilities.
Brands could face a new sugar tax and restrictions on marketing sugary foods from January, but some are already showing the best response is to offer healthier options that research shows consumers want.
Jamie Oliver has joined forces with Leon to take action on sugary drinks and is urging other brands to do more to improve public health.
Entertainment unseats FMCG to be crowned the best paid sector for marketers, according to the 2021 Marketing Week Career and Salary Survey, while those working for an industry or trade body bring up the rear in the salary stakes.
From the best paid sectors to the salaries marketers can expect to earn as they climb the career ladder, Marketing Week’s Career and Salary Survey examines the state of pay in 2021.
The female hygiene brand’s latest campaign highlights the relatively unknown condition of endometriosis, a move to spur women to speak up about the pain suffered to cut diagnosis time.
Despite one in six people in the UK being from an ethnic minority, only a third feel represented in marketing. But forward-thinking brands show what it takes to bridge the gap by partnering with influencers, local media and events.