Uniqlo has axed marketing and merchandising director Dominic Chambers along with four other UK directors. Bernie Foster remains as UK managing director.
Major US chocolate manufacturer Hershey is launching a range of products in the UK, a market in which it is notoriously difficult to gain a foothold. Gemma Charles considers the company’s chances of sweet success.
Orange has confirmed that Duncan Beard, former head of channel marketing, has left the company, as tipped in Marketing Week (October 10, 2002). It is not known whether he has a job to go to.
David Benady’s special report about creative and media planning (MW January 9) made some good points, but why should it be one or the other? As Kevin Allen says, it’s not a case of either/or, but both together. With the media-neutrality debate confusing the issue further, is it any wonder that many agencies opt for […]
From Unilever increasing investment in digital skills to Coca-Cola streamlining innovation here’s everything you need to know this week.
We spend too little time listening and too much time preparing to speak. By focusing more on others’ words and less on our own response, we can make more progress collaboratively.
While job prospects have improved slightly compared to three months ago many more companies are still expected to cut staff than hire.
Sky is forgoing its usual product-led approach in a new marketing campaign that aims to build an emotional connection with customers and get people thinking differently about the business.