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Kennedy trades Country Road for Grill'd

Col Kennedy has left his role as Country Road’s general manager of brand and customer experience and taken up a marketing director’s position with Australian QSR, Grill’d.

Digital Marketing

How this banking group tackled a digital marketing transformation

Putting in place a comprehensive marketing technology stack is not what determines digital marketing success and data-driven thinking. It’s having your people skilled up and in the right mindset to employ the tools to what they do on a day-to-day basis.

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What machine learning has done for the Virgin Velocity program

Applying machine learning to the Virgin Velocity Frequent Flyers program has already seen communication effectiveness increase by 10 per cent and given teams the ability to apply advanced analytics at 10 times the pace, its data analytics chief says.

Digital Marketing

What Allianz has learnt from its test-and-learn approach to online media buying

​Allianz’s test and learn approach to online video advertising is not only helping the brand understand what publishers and platforms are the best for reaching prospective customers, it’s changing the way teams think about data, audiences and creative, its senior media planner, Mark Dawson, says.

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RXP and The Works debut new content strategy agency

Digital service consultancy, RXP and its creative agency subsidiary, The Works, have launched a new content and production group after picking up clients and staff off the back of King Content's closure.

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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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How this banking group tackled a digital marketing transformation

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Its great to hear that companies including JCDecaux, oOh!media, Omnicom and Posterscope Australia have all partnered with Seedooh inorder...

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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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