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Of all the concepts in the marketing universe, the most important gift we give our organisations is market orientation. It’s the omega of our discipline because it challenges a manager to recognise the fundamental truth that a) consumers are the source of a company’s success, but that b) these consumers inevitably see the world very differently from the employees that work within the company and who devise the strategies aimed at those consumers.
When was the moment your industry changed? The Big Four supermarkets may look back and say that early 2014 was the moment they knew retailing as they knew it was over. Almost £3bn was wiped off the share values of the Big Four last week as they embarked on a new price war.
Beating stiff competition from the likes of Aldi and O2, Marketing Week Masters award winner Forest Holidays knows that open communication, having a vision and talent spotting are the hallmarks of a successful marketing team.
While others retailers opted for a more sober approach to Christmas campaigns in 2020, Tesco chose humour and cheekiness.
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Morrisons’ Christmas ad is the second most creatively effective this year, according to System 1’s analysis, with a star rating of 4.7 out of 5.5. The supermarket’s marketing director says the brand is increasingly focused on delivering effectiveness with its advertising.