With a far broader base of consumers now feeling confident making purchases online, ecommerce platforms have become increasingly noisy marketplaces, with brands jostling for space to make themselves heard.
Urging marketers to be “catalysts for change” in the climate crisis, Patagonia is using its ecommerce site to connect their “hard to reach” skills with non-profit organisations in need of support.
In the first of a three-part look at the changing nature of ecommerce, James Hankins and JP Castlin explore why, right now, brands need to focus on optimising the final mile in order to succeed.
The acceleration of ecommerce has seen logistics giant DHL increasingly pursue a B2B2C model, appealing to brands and consumers alike with an offer of seamless service.
Marketing Week’s annual celebration of effectiveness, creativity and innovation returns, with a stellar jury of senior marketers lined up to determine the winners.
AB InBev’s volume sales declined by 15.3% in North America in the final quarter of the year, this was primarily driven by Bud Light, over six months on from a boycott of the brand.
The business cut marketing spend by 25% in 2023, despite making key hires in ecommerce and retail media.
Tasked with managing the tensions between long and short-term growth, Mars Food & Nutrition marketing boss Matthew Graham explains how his team focused on “fewer, bigger, better” innovation.