Association For Data-Driven Marketing And Advertising (Adma)

What the Federal Budget means for the marketing industry

The Federal Budget’s investment into digitisation, younger job seeker support, hefty tax write-offs and income tax cuts are being generally welcomed as big business boosters for recovering from the COVID-inspired economic crisis. Yet views on whether the Government’s skills and hiring emphasis will directly benefit the marketing and advertising industry diverge.

Leadership

Marketing panel: Making data meaningful to people

How do marketers comprehend what their data means? It’s a constant challenge marketers face and with the emphasis on data-driven decision in marketing growing, it’s becoming more and more important.

Digital Marketing

ADMA launches new behavioural science courses for marketers

The Association for Data-Driven Marketing and Advertising (ADMA) has formally launched its new suite of courses in ADMA IQ, covering key marketing pillars such as digital marketing, data-driven marketing, customer experience along with copywriting, creative leadership and privacy compliance among others.

Leadership

ADMA CEO Martens takes the reins of AADL

ADMA’s CEO, Andrea Martens, is taking the reins of the association’s overarching holding group, Australian Alliance for Data Leadership, following the departure of Stephen Porges.

Digital Marketing

ADMA looks to inject new life into AIMIA with rebrand

The Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA) has been rebranded to the Digital + Technology Collective nearly 18 months after being brought under the wing of ADMA and 25 years after its foundation.

Digital Marketing

New association aims to bring order to data strategy chaos

A new industry association is seeking to bring order to data chaos for advertisers and media partners through the creation of an industry code of conduct for the collection, use and management of data in Australia.

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Blog Posts

A Brand for social justice

In 2020, brands did something they’d never done before: They spoke up about race.

Dipanjan Chatterjee and Xiaofeng Wang

VP and principal analyst and senior analyst, Forrester

Determining our Humanity

‘Business as unusual’ is a term my organisation has adopted to describe the professional aftermath of COVID-19 and the rest of the tragic events this year. Social distancing, perspex screens at counters and masks in all manner of situations have introduced us to a world we were never familiar with. But, as we keep being reminded, this is the new normal. This is the world we created. Yet we also have the opportunity to create something else.

Katja Forbes

Managing director of Designit, Australia and New Zealand

Should your business go back to the future?

In times of uncertainty, people gravitate towards the familiar. How can businesses capitalise on this to overcome the recessionary conditions brought on by COVID? Craig Flanders explains.

Craig Flanders

CEO, Spinach

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