New research by Mumsnet has found 66 identities that mums relate to, including many not often recognised by brands, painting a picture of a vast and varied group whose particular needs marketers rarely make an effort to serve.
As social media becomes more about value than volume and brands increasingly look to link online and offline channels through live events, Marketing Week outlines the media topics that will define 2016.
Transport for London (TfL) hopes its new £1.1bn advertising deal with Exterion can prove a catalyst to transform the ‘outdated’ outdoor advertising market and offer brands new opportunities to engage with its audience.
Mark Ritson, Helen Edwards and CMOs from Nationwide and KFC confirmed for a new March event called The Bottom Line that will deliver insight into what marketers should spend their time and money on.
Former Costa Coffee CMO Sarah Barron has been appointed to lead the restructured team, filling the role which has been vacant since ex-McDonald’s marketer Emily Somers departed last March.
Direct-to-consumer brand Thinx challenged people to think differently about menstruation.
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