Morrisons has made a conscious effort not to use social media platforms to push sales-based messages according to its marketing director Andy Atkinson, who adds that the supermarket’s new Easter campaign is giving the brand a ‘heavyweight’ feel.
Morrisons’ chief executive David Potts has claimed that its price cuts are helping it steal customers from big four rivals such as Asda, as the supermarket chain plans to rollout a new logo across its estate and future marketing activity.
Morrisons has launched a new marketing campaign with the slogan ‘Price Crunch’ as the big four supermarket promotes its latest pledge to cut the price of more than 1,000 items.
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Nike pointed to direct sales increasing 28% to $4.7bn (£3.4bn) and a rise in online sales, as proof of its digital strategy is working, as it aims to be a 40% digital business by 2025.
New CMO Ben Carter has launched the online estate agency’s biggest brand campaign in five years, fronted by TV personality and comedian Mo Gilligan.
Consumer confidence has dropped due to concerns about rising tax, food and fuel prices, while the end of the furlough scheme means consumers are “slamming on the breaks” in anticipation of economic hardships.