Companies of all sizes see achieving a single customer view as a top priority, but their efforts are being thwarted by outdated organisational silos that split marketers by channel, not customer, new research finds.
It has been a year since Procter & Gamble appointed David Taylor as its CEO, but it still faces pricing challenges and a consumer appetite for constant innovation.
As Sir Martin Sorrell claims brands are questioning the returns from digital marketing and P&G moves away from Facebook targeting, marketers are considering “rebalancing” their spend.
With a new brand identity rolling out nationwide and a tie-up with Clubcard Plus already underway, Tesco Mobile CMO Rachel Swift believes bringing the business closer to the wider Tesco family is a savvy way to standout.
Greggs used the element of surprise for its first foray into vegan products. The follow-up required a different strategy.
Employees forced to work remotely have demonstrated proximity has no bearing on quality of work, which opens up a range of opportunities for using local talent on campaigns in global markets.
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