Marketers and creatives must stick to their brand values during the Covid-19 pandemic, and not be afraid to use influencers to help them produce cost-effective content and communicate with their target audiences.
During this time of crisis, internal communications teams are stepping up to help manage the message for brands, support employees and boost morale.
Dogged for decades by a reputation for being the boring cousin of the shiny B2C brands, businesses are flipping this narrative on its head to prove B2B is a career destination of choice.
A growing number of CMOs are leaving their roles without a new position to go to. What is their rationale?
Becoming CEO might be the career trajectory of choice for many marketers, but climbing the ladder to the C-suite often means moving in a different direction.
From marketing investment to key KPIs, ‘winning’ brands – those that have seen revenue rise – share a number common characteristics when it comes to driving growth.
As members of Marketing Week’s CX50 list demonstrate, companies can only deliver what the customer wants and needs if the whole organisation is aligned.
Online auction giant eBay is extending its customer-centric approach to help SMEs in Wolverhampton revive the struggling high street.
Most businesses try to put consumers at the heart of what they do, but many fall short because actually being customer-centric often means making business decisions that seem counter-intuitive.
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.
Creativity and storytelling were previously seen as a luxury afforded to B2C brands but B2B marketers are waking up to the effectiveness opportunity investment can bring.
Being made redundant can knock your confidence and make you doubt your abilities. But the advice from those who have experienced it is to start networking, reassess you career direction and come back stronger.
If a new political party established by The Independent Group is to succeed, it will need to build a strong and consistent brand, which is focused on key policies rather than individual faces and speaks to voters beyond London.
Fewer than half of marketers provide an experience that meets what customers expect, new data shows, but the highest performers are leading cross-functional efforts to improve personalisation and real-time response.