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Strategy

Building CX in the Botanic Gardens Sydney

When seen on a map, Anthony Dunsford’s responsibilities appear as a few hundred hectares of open space. But in 2017, that open space attracted over 40 million visits.

Measurement & Analytics

Choosing the right CX metric

With so many organisations now focused on improving the experience they provide to customers, it’s not surprising to see multiple methods have emerged for measuring the quality of that experience.

Measurement & Analytics

What's driving the rise of text analytics and its role in CX

When Norman Peledeau first began developing text analytics software 20 years ago, he could barely get a meeting with potential commercial clients. Now he finds himself at the helm of a company developing one of the essential tools of the social media age.

People

CBRE CX chief: Why the job is about remediating pain points

For Shelley McDowell, director of customer experience at CBRE, some days the customer is the building owner or landlord. On others it is the building’s tenant organisation. Then there are the people who actually work in buildings.

Digital Marketing

How Cotton On is using affiliate marketing to bolster ecommerce globally

Cotton On might be a well-known brand in Australia, but that is not the case in each of the seven regions where it sells online. So when it comes to reaching new customers in markets such as the United States, the company has turned to affiliate marketing specialist, Rakuten, to reach its desired audience.

Digital Marketing

Why plausability is more important to your brand strategy than ever

There is well-worn Venn diagram that describes three overlapping circles of ‘good’, ‘fast’ and ‘cheap’. The central point is usually labelled ‘impossible’. But that hasn’t stopped many brands trying to claim at least two of those attributes, if not occasionally all three – and failing badly.

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Social purpose: Oxygen for your brand health vitals

If trust is the new currency, then we’re in deep trouble. Here's why.

Carolyn Butler-Madden

Founder and CEO, Sunday Lunch

Customer experience disruption: Healthcare faces a bitter pill

Over the past decade, disruptors such as Amazon, Apple and Australia’s Atlassian have delivered technology enhanced customer experiences, which for the most part, have improved customers’ lives and delivered unparalleled growth. Can they do the same for healthcare?

Alex Allwood

Principal, All Work Together

How can a brand remain human in a digital world?

Some commentators estimate that by 2020, 85 per cent of buyer-seller interactions will happen online through social media and video*. That’s only two years away, and pertinent for any marketer.

James Kyd

Global head of brand strategy and marketing, Xero

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Okitoi Steven

How this banking group tackled a digital marketing transformation

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Out of home advertising companies strive for greater metrics and transparency

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Much ado about nothingAnother fluff piece around what it could possibly do rather than what it is doing

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How AMP is using AI to create effortless ‘experiences’

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is it true that Consumer expectations are also changing as a result. If we trust someone with our data there is also an expectation that ...

Sunita Madan

Society will decide where digital marketing takes us next: Oracle

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This Blog is Very interesting to read and thank you for sharing the valuable information about Machine Learning. The information you prov...

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What machine learning has done for the Virgin Velocity program

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