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Jun

19

2019

The CX50 2019 revealed: Our list of the top 50 customer experience professionals

Marketing Week announces our second annual CX50 list in partnership with Zone and Cognizant, celebrating the individuals excelling at customer experience, demonstrating innovation, influence and impact.

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Jun

19

2019

How customer experience is building brands and businesses

As the members of the CX50 list demonstrate, a great customer experience doesn’t just make people feel good, it translates into tangible business results – but the field is getting more competitive all the time.

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Jun

19

2019

Unilever CEO says Keith Weed’s replacement will be a ‘CMO++’

Alan Jope says the top marketing role has taken a while to fill as the business has been refining what it means to be CMO at Unilever and looking at both internal and external candidates.

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Jun

19

2019

YouTube ‘supports’ advertisers pulling spend amid brand safety concerns

Google says advertisers should pull spend from its YouTube streaming platform if it means it helps them to "understand what’s there" and "do the right thing".

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Jun

19

2019

How taking a stand is helping brands tackle negativity

Marriott and Pinterest have had to deal with fierce criticism – albeit for very different reasons – but in both cases they responded with a clear comeback that was in-keeping with their core purpose, which helped guide them through.

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Jun

19

2019

Mars’s three-point strategy to improve gender equality in its advertising

The FMCG giant wants to "unprogramme" the way marketers and agency partners think to address the gender bias in its advertising, after research revealed men outnumber women three to two.

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Jun

18

2019

Link between creativity and effectiveness ‘broken’ as short-termism rises

A new report from Peter Field that analysed the IPA databank has found creatively-awarded campaigns are now the least effective they have been in 24 years and no more effective than non-awarded campaigns.

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Jun

18

2019

Why Twitter’s ‘next big ideas’ will be user-generated

Twitter has always relied heavily on users when it comes to innovation, but its recently launched prototype app will play a fundamental role in helping the brand stay ahead of consumer demand.

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Jun

18

2019

More than a third of marketers think awareness effectiveness is decreasing

Clutter, ad avoidance, declining reach and decreasing trust in advertising are all blamed for top of funnel effectiveness declining, according to new research by the WFA.

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Jun

18

2019

Marketoonist on Cannes Lions

Tom Fishburne is founder of Marketoon Studios. Follow his work at marketoonist.com or on Twitter @tomfishburne See more of the Marketoonist here

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Jun

18

2019

Brands and tech giants come together to launch first digital safety alliance

Launched at 2019's Cannes Lions festival, the Global Alliance for Responsible Media marks the first time an alliance that represents all sides of the media industry is forming.

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Jun

17

2019

P&G puts focus on reach: It’s a more important measure than spend

The marketing boss of the world's largest advertiser is more interested in measuring reach than spend, with P&G increasingly finding it can use money that would have been "wasted" on frequency to boost the number of people it reaches.

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Jun

17

2019

Ad spend forecast, LGBT+ representation, social media harm: 5 killer stats to start your week

We arm marketers with all the numbers they need to tackle the week ahead.

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Jun

17

2019

Coca-Cola highlights its innovation credentials in campaign for new Diet Coke flavours

Coca-Cola is promoting new flavours of Diet Coke including 'Twisted Strawberry' and 'Exotic Mango' in a tongue-in-cheek campaign.

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Jun

17

2019

CMO to CEO: ‘The numbers will only rise if marketers become more commercial’

Marketers struggle to progress to CEO because they focus too much on marketing rather than the bigger picture, according to Diageo’s Syl Saller, O2’s Nina Bibby and Verizon’s Diego Scotti, who suggest a lack of role models is also preventing CMOs from taking the next step.

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Jun

17

2019

Watch: Ritson on how Tourism Australia used the sales funnel to boost effectiveness

Marketing Week columnist Mark Ritson explains how Tourism Australia used its understanding of the sales funnel to diagnose an issue with intention and create a campaign that boosted tourism spend among US travellers.

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Jun

17

2019

Ben & Jerry’s, Ryanair, Direct Line: Everything that matters this morning

Good morning and welcome to Marketing Week’s round-up of the news that matters in the marketing world today.

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Jun

17

2019

How brands are injecting creativity into digital

Digital channels are often looked upon as a world of metrics and short-term thinking, but there are opportunities for brands to be creative if activity is underpinned by branding basics.

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Jun

16

2019

Unilever gets marketers to take DNA tests to challenge stereotypes beyond gender

The FMCG giant is broadening out its Unstereotype initiative to include ethnicity as it looks to get more of its marketers be more critical about diversity in its ads.

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Jun

16

2019

FCA wants to avoid being seen as ‘dull’ or ‘preachy’ in final PPI campaign

With the PPI deadline fast approaching, the financial industry’s regulatory body is making a last-minute drive to educate consumers, but the challenge is ensuring it remains authoritative without being boring.

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Jun

14

2019

Coca-Cola, Amazon, Diageo: 5 things that mattered this week and why

Catch up on all this week’s big marketing news including Coca-Cola and Costa's new product launch, the world's most valuable brands and how Diageo is getting its marketers to think more creatively.

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Jun

14

2019

How Treatwell uncovered the most effective way to spend its marketing budget

When the European beauty bookings service needed to find new customers, it decided to get rigorous about the impact of each pound spent on advertising.

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Jun

14

2019

Are brands measuring the impact of creativity?

An exclusive study by Marketing Week finds that while almost two-thirds of marketers are measuring the impact of creativity, they are still reliant on more "old-fashioned" research methods.

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Jun

13

2019

Ban on ‘harmful’ gender stereotypes in advertising comes into force

New advertising rules around gender stereotypes come into force today after the UK ad watchdog determined harmful stereotypes in advertising can contribute to inequality in society.

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Jun

13

2019

Colin Lewis: Ethics are central to consumers’ new definition of value

The transformation of the economic and cultural landscape means the notion of value is changing and a very different era for marketers awaits.

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Jun

13

2019

How Birds Eye is measuring ‘return on creative investment’

Birds Eye has overhauled its marketing strategy to put a greater focus on creativity, a move that is already having an impact on its performance and how it views investment in creativity.

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Jun

12

2019

Harry Lang: Creative awards remind brands of the need to take risks

While advertising awards have little commercial value to clients, they at least remind us that great ads are cheaper and more effective at driving purchase behaviour than relying on outsize media spend.

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Jun

12

2019

Marketing Week Masters awards shortlist: Channel Masters

The shortlist for Marketing Week’s Masters awards for categories including Content, Data-driven Marketing and Video is revealed.

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Jun

12

2019

Marketing Week Masters awards shortlist: Special Masters

The shortlist for Marketing Week’s Masters awards for categories including Brand of the Year, Digital Transformation and Brand Purpose is revealed.

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Jun

12

2019

Marketing Week Masters awards shortlist: Sector Masters

The shortlist for Marketing Week’s Masters awards for categories including Retail and Ecommerce, Business-to-Business and Consumer Goods is revealed.

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Jun

12

2019

Huawei, Bodyform and HSBC top Marketing Week Masters awards shortlist

The shortlist for Marketing Week’s Masters awards is revealed, with Greenpeace, Diageo, Elvie and Aldi also racking up multiple nominations.

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Jun

12

2019

Direct Line promotes Mark Evans to help accelerate digital transformation

In his new role as MD of marketing and digital, Evans will head up all digital capabilities in addition to his ongoing responsibilities in marketing.

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Jun

12

2019

Costa moves into ready-to-drink market with first launch since Coca-Cola acquisition

Costa promises its ready-to drink product contains 30% less sugar than most competitors' offerings as it looks to make use of Costa's "coffee expertise" and Coca-Cola's "scale and marketing expertise".

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Jun

12

2019

The seven cognitive shortcuts that dictate what people buy – and what they don’t

Consumers have a dizzying array of choice when making purchase decisions and they often use these unconscious cognitive processes to simplify the task, so brands should adapt their marketing accordingly.

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Jun

12

2019

Just Eat’s boss on the challenge of transitioning from marketer to CEO

After just a few short months, Peter Duffy swapped heading up marketing at Just Eat for leading the entire business, and while he admits it was a shock, his unwavering focus on customers has made stepping up easier.

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Jun

11

2019

Reigniting the spark: How brands are coming back to creativity

Marketing Week Explores: As brands rev up their focus on media and the number of short-term campaigns rocket, what do brands have planned to close the creativity gap?

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Jun

11

2019

Tanya Joseph: At Pride, brands must back up words with actions

It's great that brands are stepping up to champion LGBTQ+ rights and support these communities with Pride-related activity, but creating a rainbow coloured product is simply not enough.

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Jun

11

2019

Marketoonist on the silo mentality

Tom Fishburne is founder of Marketoon Studios. Follow his work at marketoonist.com or on Twitter @tomfishburne See more of the Marketoonist here

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Jun

11

2019

Diageo introduces creativity training to ‘inspire and challenge’ marketers

Diageo's new training programme, dubbed 'Creative Sparks', aims to bring creativity to every aspect of marketing from media to how to use insight, as well as best practice in briefing, how to nurture ideas and using measurement to unlock creative.

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Jun

11

2019

Amazon beats Apple and Google to become the world’s most valuable brand

There is a new leader in the BrandZ rankings of the top 100 global brands, with Amazon breaking the 12-year reign of Apple and Google.

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