“I love pressure, to manage such a big club as Manchester United is very good.” Bold words but not, alas, quite correct. They were spoken by Manuel Pellegrini, manager of Manchester City, after his team won the Carling Cup at the weekend.
Advertising designed to shock has always existed. It even has its own name – “Shockvertising”. But the last few years have seen a decline in such marketing, due to research showing that giving consumers a positive “nudge” is more effective in encouraging behaviour change. But it seems shockvertising is back. Paddy Power, Save the Children […]
The energy industry is to launch a £85m five year marketing campaign to sell the benefits of smart meters in a bid to meet the Government’s aim to have the technology in every home by 2020
Coca-Cola has revamped Coca-Cola and Diet Coke packs to bring them in line with the refreshed Coca-Cola Zero Sugar design, a continuation of its ‘One Brand’ strategy, which it describes as “integral” to its marketing approach.
M&S wants to show consumers how far it goes to ensure food is sourced ethically and responsibly, with its latest campaign based on insights gleaned from social media.
The retailer is launching Anyday, its “most affordable” own brand range of 2,400 products designed to undercut existing collections and attract a broader range of money conscious consumers.
From being identified in the Marketing Week Top 100 to gaining top grades on the Mini MBA in Brand Management, these marketers are at the top of their game.