Former Thomas Cook CEO Harriet Green is now at IBM, pushing its internet of things agenda and drawing on her background in marketing to lead the business through its next stage of growth
Your portable toilet business has nothing to learn from Steve Jobs, and if a consultant even mentions Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs you should kick them out of the door.
When it comes to climbing the career ladder and gaining a coveted place at the boardroom table, easyJet’s CEO Carolyn McCall believes marketers are “fantastically” placed to do so. But to become a senior leader, confidence is key.
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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.