This year’s BrandZ Top 100 sees Chinese brands move down in the rankings, owing also to the banking and oil and gas industries facing pressure. Chinese brands’ average value dropped by 9% versus 2015.
Tourism body VisitBritain is set to launch its largest marketing effort in China as it looks to not only boost tourism from the world’s fastest growing economy, but also to encourage visitors that start and finish their holidays in London to explore other parts of Britain.
As eastern brands seek to carve out a niche in western markets, Marketing Week asks what companies in the West can learn from China’s rising dragons.
Russell is away so it’s my turn once again to offer a view on the week’s biggest stories. From the rise of ‘buy now, pay later’ brands to NatWest trying to sort out its “messy middle”, it’s been a busy week. Here’s my take.
From Coca-Cola’s move into hard seltzer to NatWest’s ‘messy middle’ problem here’s everything you need to know this week.
Tesco achieved consumer engagement and sales uplift by putting an emotional spin on a price-driven campaign
In her first interview since taking on the top marketing job two months ago, Margaret Jobling says she is focused on bringing the company’s purpose to life while finding ways to improve the customer experience and marketing effectiveness.