Getting Intimate with CX bonus episode: Louise Eyres on showing customer centricity


In this bonus last episode of this new podcast series, BrandHook MD, Pip Stocks, talks with former ANZ group general manager of marketing, Louise Eyres, talks about the importance of thinking like a customer and using intuition to solve customer painpoints.

Louise is a global marketing executive with a career spanning 25 years in transformative marketing roles across manufacturing, mining, financial services and now sport and health.

Louise is leading the establishment of the marketing function and capability at the Australian Sports Commission and the transformational strategy to shift Australians’ connection with sport and health. Prior to the Australian Sports Commission, Louise most recently was Group General Manager Marketing at ANZ, having spent the past decade leading marketing in the Australian and group divisions. 

Louise was responsible for delivering the transformative group wide marketing program to drive the ANZ Asia-Pacific expansion and more recently the move to a digitally focused business.

Prior to this, Louise held numerous global sales and marketing leadership roles with BHP Billiton including the development of the BHP Billiton global brand following the integration of BHP and Billiton plc.

Distributed through CMO from IDG, this special podcast series by BrandHook explores customer intimacy, what makes a great customer experience and which brands Australian leaders think are doing it well. It does this by asking leading brand makers 7 key questions about what makes excellent CX tick.

 

 

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