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5 brand strategy lessons from Gelato Messina

There are certain friends you don’t have to think about trusting, because they are simply trustworthy, Gelato Messina’s co-founder, Declan Lee, believes. And that’s exactly what the Australian cult gelato brand has set out to be: A customer’s best friend.

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Why CIOs and CMOs Must Run Side by Side

If a CMO signs contracts with ad networks and tag management vendors that collect user data, essentially giving third-parties access to the company website, the CIO had better be involved. When the site slows down or online customers start receiving sales-killing content warnings or security gaps widen, the CMO will be lost and confused in the Tower of techno-Babel.

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5 Australian CEOs reveal what they want from CMOs

What do CEOs and business leaders want exactly from their CMO? And how do they really perceive the input marketing can provide at present?To find out, we ask five of Australia’s leading business executives.

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In pictures: ADMA launches the CxO Club

Fifty marketing professionals descended on Paspaley's Sydney store in Martin Place to celebrate the launch of ADMA's new CxO Club. The club's foundation partners are Qantas Loyalty, Forbes and Forrester. Supporting partners are Appelles Apothecary & Lab, Jawbone, Paspaley and Pommery Champagne.

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Executive connections: 4 customer chiefs reveal their corporate allies

Organisations across Australia are increasingly appointing dedicated heads of customer engagement as a way of systematising and focusing their corporate efforts around the customer. Here, we ask four heads of customer experience to share who their closest peer in the organisation today are and why.

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Why are we dubious about deep learning?

The prospect of deep learning gives those of us in the industry something to get really excited about, and something to be nervous about, at the same time.

Katja Forbes

Founder and chief, sfyte

Why you can’t afford to fail at CX in 2019

In 1976 Apple launched. The business would go on to change the game, setting the bar for customer experience (CX). Seamless customer experience and intuitive designs gave customers exactly what they wanted, making other service experiences pale in comparison.

Damian Kernahan

Founder and CEO, Proto Partners

Natural born leaders

Many business and marketing managers progressing to leadership positions face evolving their focus from operational matters to strategic decision making and planning.

Jean-Luc Ambrosi

Author, marketer

Interesting article but what about the employees? There needs to be access to quick cash for everyone involved lest we have yet another '...

Joel Pencer

Suncorp outlines customer investments, digitisation as key to business improvement

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Just printed out this Brad Howarth screed to read tomorrow. I need a good laugh once in a while. Or maybe shed some manly-man tears at th...

Larry A Singleton

What a diversity agenda has done for Kellogg's staff and innovation engagement

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Morons. PC Nazis infiltrating and subverting every level in our lives.These scum have destroyed our education system.Read FrontPage Magaz...

Larry A Singleton

What a diversity agenda has done for Kellogg's staff and innovation engagement

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It is an accepted fact that in the present times the mass makes use of digital marketing more often and are more and more enlightened wit...

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Why RMIT is partnering with Adobe for digital marketing learning

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If men were really the dominating brutes that feminist make them out to be ,then women really would be second class citizens. Without th...

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Analysis: Gillette's latest ad only proves why brands standing for positive change is vital

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