Originally a way to brainstorm creative challenges, the philosophy of design thinking has a new home in sales departments
Salespeople are increasingly reaching out to prospects and acting as the first touch point for brands, while marketers are making an impact on the buyer's journey as a sales enabler
As data and technology move to the forefront of marketing strategies, collaboration between the chief marketing officer and IT leader is increasingly vital to business success
When consumption patterns can no longer be defined by traditional factors, such as age, gender or location, consumer tribes grouped by their collective common behaviours and interests begin to emerge. But what does this mean for the modern marketer?
Marketing leaders are now responsible for leading a data-driven brand transformation while embodying the voice of the customer. As an integral role for ensuring business growth and performance, are the current CMOs up for the job?
The scramble is now on to cater for the consumer's ever-changing demands. But an entire company culture obsessed with their customer has to start at the top
Time and time again we hear of the value of purpose-driven marketing, so how do brands differentiate themselves when having a purpose no longer sets you apart from the competition?
Chief marketing officers understand the potential of data and analytics to transform customer understanding. But marketing still requires creative thinking to ensure consumers are targeted effectively with a message that cuts through the noise. Here are five examples