This year’s Festival of Marketing will see our key editorial themes come to life across two days on the Marketing Week Strategy and Leadership stage and beyond – with the help of some of the biggest names in the industry.
The company behind Mr Kipling and Bisto succeeded in turning around the fortunes of many of its brands thanks to strong agency relationships and a new strategy focused on creativity, innovation and consumers.
Many marketers are wasting valuable time and resources optimising for voice when there are much more strategic challenges that need dealing with first.
Admitting the previous brand name was too “tightly linked” to one product, CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants his business to become “metaverse first, not Facebook first” in a bid to graduate from social media to virtual worlds.
This year Channel 4 invited advertisers to address issues relating to ageism, in particular the inauthentic and sometimes clichéd portrayals of different age groups within current UK advertising.
Like rival fast food chain Burger King, Yum! Brands is banking on technology and digital sales to drive the future growth of its brands.
There’s increased competition from employers for junior marketers, so to boost the chances of holding onto their brightest talent, CMOs need to rethink unconscious habits.