A friend of mine who came over for dinner last weekend told me that he had just emailed a message of support to British Airways chief executive Willie Walsh. The email, which read “Keep on fighting and don’t give an inch”, will have landed in Walsh’s inbox the day before the first of these five-day cabin crew strikes started on Monday.
Using an iPhone app to raise public awareness of homelessness may be fun, but beware of appearing to just be playing the game.
They’ve done it again! Three years after the 2012 logo united the country in disappointment, Locog – the organisers of the London Olympics – delivered another body blow for British design last Wednesday.
It seems that online video is making something of a comeback with brands noting the renewed interest in video on demand (VOD) and wanting to be part of the mix.
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 Superdrug’s response to the cost of living crisis to how SMEs tackle long-term brand building, it’s been a busy week. Here is my take.
M&S Food has a “busy summer” of marketing ahead of it, says marketing director Sharry Cramond, as the grocer doubles down on delivering healthy food at low prices.
Price and promotion will be “key” to Superdrug’s marketing plans over the next year, with a focus on own brand products and improving its loyalty proposition.
From taking Green & Black’s to a new market after “savage” customer feedback, to the birth of Veggie Pret, Mark Palmer urges marketers to rethink positioning, premiumisation and innovation.