Research on WARC, MediaSense, June 2017
This report presents the findings of a large-scale study into marketers' attitudes and priorities for the future, revealing that control over customer strategy and data, organisational integration, and brand safety are the focus for 2020.
CAMBRIDGE, MA: Chief marketing officers tend not to last very long in their roles and one reason they have the highest turnover of any boardroom position is that their job is often badly designed, two academics have argued.
This report analyses results from a global WARC survey of senior agency planners, covering the current state of the strategic discipline, future opportunities and challenges, and guidance on building the planning team of the future.
SINGAPORE: Asia-Pacific today accounts for most of the growth of the global economy, yet surprisingly few C-suite marketers in the region feel completely confident about their ability to remain competitive in the near future.
NEW YORK: Marketers are typically given a secondary role when otherwise consumer-centric firms suffer data breaches, meaning the response to such crises often does further harm to brand reputation, a new paper in the Journal of Advertising Research ...
LONDON: Sales and marketing teams need to work more closely together to better understand their audience and convert leads, but new research suggests that many UK brands have yet to make this adjustment.
Hugh Burkitt, Market Leader, Quarter 1, 2017, pp. 25-27
This article offers seven industry insights into marketing including that leadership skills must be learned ant that it is equally important to be aware that the product is at the heart of most marketing successes.
Brian Carruthers, Event Reports, Eff Week, November 2016
This event report describes a talk from Patrick Barwise, a professor at the London Business School, in which he described the findings of a recent study into the amount of influence marketers exert across organisations.
This webinar explores the changes facing brand planning and argues that, to be effective today, brand strategy needs to be understood as an ongoing organizational process, rather than a fixed agenda with pre-established goals.
John Wolfe, ANA Magazine, August 2016, pp. 14-16
This article looks at the problem of attracting talent to the marketing profession, as the profession undergoes massive change; a situation that demands marketing practitioners clearly define its evolving role in American business.