Mozilla’s global marketing director John Bernard is leaving his role after four years to head up marketing at healthcare company Dexcom.
Trying out innovation methods such as intense, five-day ‘sprints’ leads to a wealth of ideas validated by immediate feedback, but even more importantly it gets teams to think differently about serving the customer.
HSBC is on a journey to overhaul its approach to research, scaling back large stand-alone projects in favour of more responsive ways to gain insights that are valuable for the brand and its customers.
Tasked with managing the tensions between long and short-term growth, marketing boss Matthew Graham explains how his team focused on “fewer, bigger, better” innovation.
Weaker consumer confidence and an increasingly promotional environment has led Halfords to downgrade its profit expectations and seek strategies to cope with market volatility.
Marketing leaders from EY, Vodafone Business, KPMG and Quickbooks share their thoughts on the value of distinctive assets and tone of voice in the next installment of our series on what it takes to build B2B brands effectively.
Startups may be nimble and free to take risks, but that’s because they have to be. There are far more benefits to having the resources of a big brand.