But marketers are split over the impact of the coronavirus crisis on team cohesion, with almost as many saying team efficiency is worse than before the pandemic as say it is better.
As the Covid-19 outbreak tests teams to their limits and remote working blurs the lines between work and home, marketers are becoming more empathetic towards their colleagues. But will this continue once office life resumes?
Calverley believes her experience as a commercially-driven CMO will stand her in good stead for the move to CEO, but admits to a fear that – after years in marketing – she might not like the change.
During lockdown, Not On The High Street returned to TV advertising, grew its customer base by thousands and is in a position to recruit. Now marketing boss Ella d’Amato is on a mission to ensure this success is sustained.
In the fifth episode of Marketing Week’s new podcast series, former Eurostar marketer and marketing coach and mentor Emma Harris discusses confidence, positive thinking and setting career outcomes.
John Lewis and Boots have become the latest high street brands to announce store closures and job losses as the retail sector struggles with the economic fallout from coronavirus.
The brand boycott is about more than media effectiveness, but it is a good opportunity for marketers to work if they should be in the ‘love it’ or ‘hate it’ camp on social media.