Coca-Cola Life sales more than halved in the first six months of 2016, but Coca-Cola insists the variant “was never intended to be more than a niche”.
As Coca-Cola rolls out its biggest marketing investment in a decade with the Coca-Cola Zero Sugar campaign launch, the brand’s GB marketing director Bobby Brittain tells Marketing Week how it aims to influence consumers to make healthier choices while staying at the forefront of marketing.
Coca-Cola unveiled its new Coca-Cola Zero Sugar product earlier this week as part of a £10m campaign, but Coca-Cola’s GB marketing director Bobby Brittain insists the launch won’t be at the detriment of its Coke Life variant.
Mark Ritson, Helen Edwards and CMOs from Nationwide and KFC confirmed for a new March event called The Bottom Line that will deliver insight into what marketers should spend their time and money on.
Former Costa Coffee CMO Sarah Barron has been appointed to lead the restructured team, filling the role which has been vacant since ex-McDonald’s marketer Emily Somers departed last March.
Direct-to-consumer brand Thinx challenged people to think differently about menstruation.
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