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Jul

26

2017

Tackling market research with confidence

Understanding customers is vital but market research isn't always as high up the agenda as it should be.

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Jul

26

2017

Mark Ritson: Only crap marketers mistake stereotypes for segments

The ASA's research into harmful gender stereotypes is spot-on, but why do marketers believe lumping millennials together as one makes any more sense?

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Jul

26

2017

Google beats Apple and Facebook to top global brand health list

Tech brands including Google, YouTube and Facebook dominate YouGov’s first global brand health rankings, while retailers top the list in the UK.

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Jul

26

2017

Which brands are winning the global head-to-heads?

Second-placed brands are giving the market leaders across a number of categories a run for their money by focusing on creativity, humour and digital innovation.

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Jul

25

2017

McDonald’s claims it has ‘only scratched the surface’ with food delivery as sales soar

The fast food brand says 'mobile ordering and pay' is its biggest priority, as it looks to expand into breakfast and lunch occasions.

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Jul

25

2017

Volvo wins Channel 4’s £1m diversity competition

Volvo has triumphed in the first Diversity in Advertising Award, winning £1m in airtime for its pitch around non-visible disability.

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Jul

25

2017

Marketoonist on the problem with focus groups

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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Jul

25

2017

McDonald’s on the next stage of its digital transformation

In the latest series of Digital Decoded, we test McDonald’s mobile ordering app and speak to the brand’s digital director to find out what the future holds.

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Jul

25

2017

Helen Tupper: Be informed, not overwhelmed

Learning about your industry and competitors will improve your effectiveness but we often don't prioritise it. Here are some strategies for making the time.

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Jul

24

2017

Ford shifts to local advertising as it looks to become more ‘British-centric’

The car marque says all of its future ads will be made in the UK and tailored specifically to the British market, but insists it has nothing to do with being nationalistic or Brexit.

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Jul

24

2017

Saga relaunches brand as it looks to shake off ‘old people’ image

Former Tesco marketer Matt Atkinson is overseeing big changes at the brand as it looks to appeal to an age group that is healthier and more adventurous than ever.

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Jul

24

2017

Unlock your creativity

Marketing Week’s sister brand Creative Review is launching a learning programme designed to increase creative abilities.

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Jul

24

2017

5 killer stats to start your week

We arm you with all the stats you need to prepare for the coming week and help you understand the big industry trends.

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Jul

24

2017

Channel 4 unveils first Great British Bake Off sponsors

Channel 4 has signed up Lyle’s Golden Syrup and Dr. Oetker as the official broadcast sponsors for The Great British Bake Off, which is set to return to TV screens later this year.

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Jul

24

2017

Amazon, The Guardian, TomTom: Everything that matters this morning

Catch up on all the latest marketing news with our morning round-up.

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Jul

24

2017

How outdoor’s digital transformation is winning over advertisers

The outdoor ad industry has invested huge amounts in a digital transformation that has helped reignite excitement among marketers by making the format more creative, interactive and targeted.

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Jul

24

2017

Hack your commute: Take a different route

Inspiring ideas to expand your mind on the way to work.

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Jul

21

2017

Employees must know we care about their wellbeing, says Shutterstock

Healthy body, healthy mind is the philosophy at stock photography site Shutterstock, which focuses its wellbeing strategy on promoting understanding and inclusivity.

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Jul

21

2017

Greggs, L’Oréal, gender stereotyping: 5 things that mattered this week and why

Catch up on all the week's big marketing news including the crackdown on gender stereotyping in advertising, the latest IPA Bellwether report and Greggs' plans for home delivery.

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Jul

21

2017

Harry Lang: You can’t ditch brand for performance marketing – even in digital

It's difficult to create true differentiation today, but even in online-only industries you still need brand marketing to make performance marketing effective.

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Jul

21

2017

Greggs wants a slice of the home delivery pie

The food-on-the-go brand’s CEO Roger Whiteside says Greggs is looking to expand its digital ambitions with plans for mobile ordering, click-and-collect and a possible move into the delivery sector.

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Jul

20

2017

International round-up: Gillette’s targeting errors & Facebook’s subscription news service

Plus ‘unconventional’ agency acquisitions are on the up and fraudulent ad traffic plummets in Australia.

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Jul

20

2017

Tackling gender stereotypes: Are new ad rules the answer?

The new rules face issues over how to rule on a subjective matter and whether it's the campaigns themselves, or the teams behind them, that are really in need of a shake-up.

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Jul

20

2017

Unilever credits in-house content agency U-Studios as marketing savings ‘bear fruit’

The FMCG giant says its savings have been delivering “faster than expected”, with the brand reducing agency fees by 17% in the first half of 2017.

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Jul

20

2017

Thomas Barta: A leader’s biggest asset is their ability to inspire

Inspiring customers is high on every marketer’s agenda but to realise great marketing, inspiring your organisation may matter even more.

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Jul

19

2017

SoundCloud’s DeJuan Wilson on his journey from admin assistant to global marketer

SoundCloud vice-president of global marketing DeJuan Wilson has had an unusual and eventful career, starting in admin at Coca-Cola, working for hip hop artist P Diddy and now competing with Apple Music at SoundCloud.

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Jul

19

2017

Argos to get rid of its most senior marketing role

The retailer’s chief digital and marketing officer Bertrand Bodson is leaving, with no plans for a replacement and his responsibilities to be split across the team.

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Jul

19

2017

Marketers’ hiring plans on the up, but for how long?

More companies are planning to hire than cut staff over the next three months, but risks from Brexit could hit future job growth, according to the latest IPA Bellwether.

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Jul

19

2017

Wellbeing in the workplace – the latest Marketing Week podcast

Microsoft's Helen Tupper and Direct line's Mark Evans join Marketing Week’s Russell Parsons for the latest careers podcast.

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Jul

19

2017

Mark Ritson: Putting the C in KFC is an advertising error

KFC's new ad by Mother puts chickens front and centre, but given the realities of how its birds are reared it's a dangerous route to go down.

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Jul

19

2017

Russell Parsons: People must be seen as a company’s greatest asset

Workforce wellbeing should be a company-wide concern that is built into the fabric of the business. Simply offering a gym membership won't cut it anymore.

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Jul

19

2017

Vodafone puts focus on AI and voice in renewed customer service push

Vodafone is focusing on AI, voice and its chatbot TOBi as it concentrates on customer service and an internal digital transformation.

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Jul

19

2017

Why brands are failing to meet the needs of single parents

Despite there being nearly three million lone-parent families in the UK, many employers and brands are still failing to meet the needs of this group.

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Jul

18

2017

Digital ad budgets see biggest rise in almost 10 years

Digital growth means overall marketing budgets are up but the IPA warns in its latest Bellwether report that economic and political headwinds will hit ad spend.

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Jul

18

2017

SodaStream CEO on why marketing is key as it aims for ‘cult’ brand status

The drinks company spends four times more on advertising than research and development and believes its marketing approach has "hit a nerve" at competitors Coca-Cola and Nestlé.

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Jul

18

2017

Marketoonist on brand love

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Jul

18

2017

Chief growth officer is just a symbolic role, says J&J CMO

Johnson & Johnson’s Alison Lewis believes the job of marketing has always been about driving growth.

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Jul

18

2017

L’Oréal’s Hugh Pile takes sabbatical to help run family business

L'Oréal’s CMO for Western Europe will be replaced but Pile will ‘stay connected’ with the company and return in a new role.

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Jul

18

2017

Marketing in the age of ‘micromoments’

Philips is rethinking how it uses data and has taken a new approach to innovation to meet shifts in customer behaviour, according to senior vice-president and global head of digital marketing and media, Blake Cahill.

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Jul

17

2017

Brands face crackdown on gender stereotypes in advertising

New rules around gender stereotyping are set to be introduced after a report by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) found advertising affects people’s expectations of how others should “look or behave” according to their gender.

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