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Gai Le Roy appointed CEO of IAB Australia

​Gai Le Roy has been appointed CEO of Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Australia today, following her four-month role as interim CEO, and immediately launched a new Industry Charter.

Digital Marketing

AANA and Advertising Standards Bureau to merge boards

The AANA and Advertising Standards Bureau will join forces at a board level in a move the pair say will future-proof and streamline Australia’s self-regulatory system for advertising while still retaining the independence of the complaints body.

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6 lessons in marketing leadership from Three UK’s CMO

​Having a great boss that challenges and supports you, being brave enough to see risky ideas through, capitalising on customer insights and failing are just some of the lessons CMO of Three UK, Shadi Halliwell, has learnt over the course of her marketing career.

Digital Marketing

AANA flags self-regulation review and funding shake-up

The AANA is embarking on a review of its self-regulatory system for the advertising industry as it strives to keep “draconian” measures from hindering the future prosperity of advertising, its chief says.

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John Broome joins AANA as CEO

Former Unilever and Kellogg’s marketing leader, John Broome, has been confirmed as the next CEO of the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA).

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Gloster switches AANA for Network Ten

AANA CEO, Sunita Gloster, is switching the advertising association for Network Ten, taking up a role as chief commercial and strategy officer at the embattled broadcaster.

The 4-point plan needed to address media supply chain chaos

​Ebiquity chief strategy officer, Nick Manning, delivered a scathing review of the media supply chain at last week’s AANA event, attacking programmatic and highlighting some of the other major challenges associated with the lack of media transparency in the advertising industry.

Digital Marketing

Experts weigh in on ‘integrity’ of digital supply chain

​Controversial comments made by Procter and Gamble’s brand chief, Marc Pritchard, about the “murky” and “fraudulent” digital marketing practices - and the FMCG giant’s plans to overhaul its agency contracts and embrace transparency and viewability standards - has met with agreement and welcome relief by some industry players.

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The gear change required for business during COVID-19

The current world pandemic, COVID-19, and its tragic effects has created different and challenging situations for nearly every business. Every business sector is affected differently, depending on the nature of what your place in the world, creating the most unique situation most of us have ever and will ever experience during our professional lives.

Katja Forbes

Managing director of Designit, Australia and New Zealand

How can organisations debias their decisions?

​People whose personal details and experiences signal they come from racially diverse backgrounds are less likely than anglo or Caucasian candidates to make it through the first cut in recruitment processes. Even if the organisation says it values diversity.

Dr Karen Morley

Author, commentator

Is your marketing team adapting quickly enough to the COVID-19 crisis?

The impact of coronavirus is far reaching with the true impact on the economy and businesses is unknown. While there are a few categories and brands experiencing growth, for the most part the crisis is wreaking havoc for large and small operators across many sectors including entertainment, tourism, retail, fitness, services and the list goes on.

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