The basic tenets of marketing are not changing, but with brands producing thousands of pieces of creative each year, a new framework is needed to ensure greatness.
The chief executive of social dating app Tinder believes innovation in brands comes from people “who are not experts in their field” and being naïve can help leaders be more creative.
Online ad viewability in the UK has increased four percentage points to 54% in the first quarter of 2016, according to a new report. But £600m is wasted annually as 46% of banner ads are not viewable.
Pernod Ricard is confident Christmas will be a strong period for its alcohol brands despite the cost of living crisis, with factors like the World Cup and the absence of Omicron this year expected to bolster sales.
Though it’s easy for marketers to be seduced by the short-term wins that come with lower-funnel activities, the evidence is clear: it takes a full-funnel strategy to make it through a downturn unscathed.
New data suggests corporate-NGO partnerships will only increase in importance over the next three years amid the cost of living crisis and war in Ukraine.
With more than half of marketers admitting effectiveness is not a defined role and rarely a priority in their business, are brands thinking clearly about how to properly resource their teams?