Marketers deal with crises through communications, but it is through product, price and distribution that we can make most difference to customers and keep the economy moving.
From marketing investment to key KPIs, ‘winning’ brands – those that have seen revenue rise – share a number common characteristics when it comes to driving growth.
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The business cut marketing spend by 25% in 2023, despite making key hires in ecommerce and retail media.
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