To embrace a purpose-driven agenda marketers need to understand their company’s failings and then act as change leaders, mobilising the businesses from the top down.
Marketing Week Explores: Speaking at the School of Marketing’s debut event, marketers advise young people considering a career in the industry to nail down what makes them different, prioritise their purpose and learn to be patient.
As Mars rolls-out its global rebrand and purpose statement, Michele Oliver says it’s more important than ever for brands to stand for something, while marketers must act as cheerleaders for creativity that genuinely makes the world a better place.
The last episode in the series examines how artificial intelligence can influence and assist the creative process, and how big its role might be in the future.
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All too often brands are obsessed with what makes people different rather than looking for traits and behaviours they share.
Some brands cut spend by 97%, while others increased it by more than 100%, as companies took varying approaches to managing the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.