A year ago Tesco was in crisis having just reported a £6.3bn loss and with its brand trust rapidly eroding. Yet CEO Dave Lewis claims customers are now returning as his focus on “what makes Tesco unique” and communicating that to customers helps turn around the business.
Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe insists that the supermarket’s quality message is not getting lost despite an industry-wide focus on price.
Asda has appointed Saatchi & Saatchi as its lead advertising agency, replacing VCCP after three years as parent Walmart takes more control of the struggling UK supermarket after growing impatient following a period of poor sales.
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On course to hit revenues of $1bn in 2021, used car startup Cazoo has developed a formula for fast-paced growth, mixing the right talent and a fixation on customer experience with a commitment to brand building.
As the Mirror revamps its brand for the first time in eight years, director of insight and brand strategy Andrew Tenzer explains why adding strategy to his remit was a “natural evolution” of his role.
Procter & Gamble promises to maintain its investment in “brands that are winning” following the departure of CEO David Taylor, who credits innovation and superior brand communications for driving a 7% boost to net sales.