Michael Chamberlain, a founder of Marketing Week, has been appointed part-time chairman of the British Medical Journal Publishing Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of the British Medical Association. Until recently, Chamberlain was head of IBM’s consultancy services for the media and entertainment industry in Europe.
Creative work can be made more efficient by minimising confusion in the review process and making responsibilities clear – and by adopting the right technology to help.
Experiential marketing has been on hold in the pandemic but, while expensive to invest in, experiences are important to consumers, so brands should let their imaginations fly again.
Key figures behind Samsung’s UK direct-to-consumer proposition explain how the brand replicates the benefits of bricks-and-mortar retail online, how paid Search came to account for one in three website sales, and the secrets of an adaptive and successful brand-agency partnership.
As Markey launches his first marketing campaign since joining Boots, he explains how and why he plans to reposition the brand as a partner in “reinvention”.