FMCG giant is now planning to “get back to making consumers aware of its products and communicating their benefits”
Roisin Donnelly, brand director for Northern Europe at Procter and Gamble, is leaving the company at the end of June after 31 years to “pursue other interests”. It is currently unknown who will replace her.
Roisin Donnelly, P&G’s brand director for Northern Europe, admitted to Marketing Week that it will be more challenging to engage the British public for the Rio Olympics with its latest ‘Thank you, mum’ campaign but that British patriotism and a unified brand approach will cut through.
Marketing Week columnist Mark Ritson will host a new webinar providing practical advice on how to prevail in the time of Covid-19.
Shot on a two-day turnaround, the new campaign explains the social distancing measures the supermarket is taking to keep shoppers safe amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
As the UK goes into lockdown amid the escalating coronavirus crisis, we round-up the biggest news from the week including what the Olympics’ postponement means for sponsors and how Nike is planning to come back stronger.
As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, marketers must realise that – for once – supply trumps demand.