While Innocent is best known for its fruit smoothies, the brand is focusing on its health innovations in 2016 to reach new audiences.
Sport England’s This Girl Can campaign has inspired 2.8 million women to get active, according to new figures released today, but the government-funded organisation still has “a long way to go” says its director of business partnerships Tanya Joseph.
Lynx is launching its biggest global campaign yet as it seeks to showcase a “radical and progressive view on masculinity” and encourage consumers to celebrate their individuality.
Lorraine Heggessey, who has led transformation at high profile media brands including the BBC, says good leadership is built on communication, because there is “no point having the best strategy in the world if nobody knows what it is”.
Warning of a ‘cultural cringe’ and sense of insecurity within marketing, Professor Byron Sharp is calling on marketers to stop the self-hatred and have more pride in their profession.
Rather than allowing themselves to be pigeonholed as the ‘colouring-in department’, marketers should demonstrate what they deliver for the business, argues Nationwide CMO Sara Bennison.
As marketers continue to be charged with driving faster growth on tighter budgets, businesses should not ignore the opportunity cost of failing to invest in their brand, warns Eve Sleep CEO Cheryl Calverley.