The health and beauty retailer is planning to revamp initiatives including its loyalty scheme and introduce new ranges such as food-to-go as it looks to expand its offering and bring new customers in.
Marketing Week columnist Mark Ritson explains how Gillette balanced mass marketing with targeted campaigns aimed at specific segments to convince Mach 3 users to upgrade to Gillette Fusion.
‘Queen of shops’ Mary Portas believes retail is entering an exciting period where innovation is key and the future of the high street depends on community, connections and removing ‘friction’.
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Paddy Power’s PR boss discusses its Huddersfield Town sponsorship, including the Twitter storm it caused following the launch of a controversial branded sash on the kit and how it was all part of a wider campaign calling time on football shirt sponsorships.
Vodafone is hoping to show a “confident and modern” brand as it launches a new campaign amid the rollout of both its 5G services and new rules that make it easier to switch mobile operator.
The competition for twenty 16-18 year-olds will take place at the Festival on 11 October.