Now that we’re increasingly looking to what happens after the trials and tribulations of the past 15 months, many marketers are beginning to think about where their career path is taking them. Some are considering what opportunities could be awaiting if they take a step outside their comfort zone and explore options in a different sector.
Volvo has avoided the slump in the wider automotive sector and grown its UK sales of new cars by 15%, attracting a younger, urban customer with a mixture of flexible subscriptions, electric models and a DTC push.
Story of my CV: Having carved out a career that specialises in digital and data across sectors as diverse as retail, automotive and travel, Chris Chalmers is clear about the value of variety on the path to becoming marketing director.
Passionate about the rise of “cooperative competition”, Co-op’s marketing boss Matt Atkinson believes the brand has a blueprint for success in 2021 built on collaboration and strong values, backed by a movement of 4 million members.
At the end of every week, we look at the key stories, offering our view on what they mean for you and the industry. From the rise of Liquid Death in a cluttered category to the level of marketing team restructures, it’s been a busy week. Here is my take.
P&G is aiming to build its brands and the categories in which they operate through meaningful innovation, CEO Jon Moeller says.
The professionalisation of marketing has brought many benefits – but that innate ability to spin a yarn to capture the attention of the board has been left in the past.
Following a ‘surprise’ two-year high last month, consumer confidence has fallen.