Tesco has fundamentally shifted the way it views loyalty to be about the retailer being loyal to customers in the wake of its poor performance over the last year.
An embarrassment of riches. That’s the perfect phrase to sum up all the learnings and insights delivered by more than 200 speaker sessions at Marketing Week Live (MWL) last week. Hundreds of marketers gathered to hear the latest thinking on strategy and innovation and meet suppliers that could provide clever solutions – all with the aim of helping brands gain that vital competitive edge.
Kimberly Kriss, senior vice president of marketing at AEG Europe discusses the need to put science back into marketing to prove its value to building business and the importance of understanding which channels customers are using.
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 Corona buying an island to Primark appointing its first chief customer officer, it’s been a busy week. Here is my take.
Intel feels “bullish” about its future, CMO Karen Walker says, as it invests behind its brand to support its “massive growth trajectory”.
If brands really want to empower women they need to ride the ‘fempowerment’ wave with intention, not simply jump on the bandwagon.
Diet Coke is keen to emphasise its connection to fashion as it turns 40, with its Kate Moss partnerships designed to engage “loyal fans” and build equity in the brand.