As part of Marketing Week’s big debate on whether marketing ‘experts’ need formal training in marketing, we asked three CMOs and business leaders where they stand when hiring.
Following the uproar caused by Marketing Week columnist Mark Ritson’s assertion that all marketing experts should have a formal qualification in marketing, senior marketers on both sides of the argument debate the hotly contested issue.
In a period of post-Brexit uncertainty and potential recruitment freezes, marketers will need to embrace upskilling to maintain a competitive advantage.
At the end of every week, we look at the key stories, offering our view on what they mean for you and the industry. From the need to look at your brand from the customer’s perspective to a trip down memory lane with nostalgia brands, it’s been a busy week. Here is our take.
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng is banking on tax cuts and energy bill support to boost the UK economy to a growth rate of 2.5%.
At a Festival of Marketing Masterclass event, marketers learned how to become consumer-centric but brand-led and technology-inspired.
Certain food and drink brands live fondly in the memories of many British consumers; but nostalgia alone won’t help keep consumers coming back.