The government is keen for businesses, particularly SMEs, to export goods as the UK readies to leave the EU, so what are the challenges and what role should marketing play?
Consumer confidence declined again in July, and with people’s propensity to make a purchase also falling the next few months are likely to be difficult for businesses hoping consumers start spending.
The vast majority of those working in the marketing and creative industries in the UK are also worried about the negative impact of Brexit on their jobs.
As the furlough scheme comes to an end, the realities of the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and jobs is becoming ever clearer. In our new series, our secret marketer takes us behind the scenes to offer some catharsis and lessons on what to do if you find yourself made redundant.
While the UK ad market is not expected to decline by as much as previously feared in 2020, it now won’t offset this year’s losses until 2022.
With the pandemic still around and the economic outlook gloomy, agencies need to help brands find creative solutions to the problems they face.
An ability to drive positive change, disrupt the norm and form authentic partnerships is helping brands from Adidas to TikTok to Gymshark achieve cultural relevance in the world of sport.