The beer industry is increasingly promoting moderate drinking and lower alcohol beer in a bid to boost loyalty and prove that it is living up to its pledge to improve responsible drinking.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was back in Las Vegas and bigger than ever this month. Some 200,000 attendees descended on the 2.5 million square feet of trade show space to find out about the latest tech innovations. For those marketers that weren’t there, here are the key takeaways.
The Consumer Electronics Show is ostensibly a tech conference and a future-gazing one at that. A lot of the innovation on show won’t actually be in the hands of consumers for years, if ever. Yet a growing number of marketers from non-tech brands such as Unilever, New Balance and L’Oreal are in attendance.
Although still negative overall, expectations around marketing jobs has improved thanks in part to the government’s extension of the furlough scheme.
Twenty-five years on, EasyJet’s third employee looks back at how a mixture of bombastic ads and guerilla marketing helped the airline overcome its ‘David versus Goliath’ struggle.
Despite a slight upturn in confidence last month, the latest lockdown and increased restrictions have put a serious dent in any hopes for a more optimistic outlook going into 2021.
The Marketing Academy has created an online learning platform, which is available to its global community and sponsors, as well we 1,000 marketers who have been made redundant or are on furlough.