Sponsors Adidas, Nissan and Heineken will use the Champions League Final on Saturday (6 June) to push inclusivity and innovation messages as they look to take advantage of the global audience for the event in Berlin.
Nissan’s marketing boss Roel de Vries has said he would be ‘happy’ if the word digital disappears, saying brands should be focusing on integrating their marketing channels and making communications more consistent if they want to build a strong brand that resonates with customers.
Nissan is planning an umbrella campaign to unite its sponsorships of Manchester City’s portfolio of football teams and the UEFA Champions League as it looks to rapidly build its burgeoning association with the sport.
From Unilever increasing investment in digital skills to Coca-Cola streamlining innovation here’s everything you need to know this week.
We spend too little time listening and too much time preparing to speak. By focusing more on others’ words and less on our own response, we can make more progress collaboratively.
While job prospects have improved slightly compared to three months ago many more companies are still expected to cut staff than hire.
Sky is forgoing its usual product-led approach in a new marketing campaign that aims to build an emotional connection with customers and get people thinking differently about the business.