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How Riverview Farms strives to crack the ready meal category

​Getting some pork on your fork just got a bit easier thanks to a new ready-to-eat roast pork offering from Riverina-based producer, Riverview Farms. The Riverview Farms Pork Roast with Crackle product is sold cooked, hot and ready to eat, much like the hot chickens many consumers buy each week. And it’s all part of a highly organised approach to brand marketing for the food brand.

Social Media

How Aquila is rebranding for the casual bloke

Think Aquila and you think of high-end, Italian leather, hand-made shoes. But that's not all Aquila offers. So the business has set about a rebrand to change those consumer perceptions.

CMO50 2019 #4: Brent Smart

IAG’s Brent Smart is the first to admit people label him the ‘brand’ guy. So it might surprise more than a few to know he has a healthy respect for short-term activities too.

CMO50 2019 #3: Paul Connell

Expansion of the marketing skillset is one of the most exciting parts of the future of CMOs for former Unilever GM and marketer, Paul Connell.

Digital Marketing

Building a new sporting brand through AI

Australian consumers are known for their love of sport. But for any new team that wants to build an audience, establishing a brand among so much competing noise can be a difficult challenge.

Leadership

Atlassian CMO: Organisations are on journey of change

Brand ownership: Many of us would confidently state the CMO should have responsibility for it. But Atlassian's marketing chief, Robert Chatwani, sees it as a cooperative job across the organisation.

Leadership

Seafolly CMO on embracing more inclusive marketing

Being inclusive in your marketing approach is as much about transforming brand purpose and company culture as it is about creative and messaging, says Seafolly’s chief marketing officer.

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3 skills you need to drive better collaboration

A study published in The Harvard Business Review found the time spent in collaborative activities at work has increased by over 50 per cent in the past two decades. Larger projects; complicated problems; tighter timeframes: These require bigger teams with specialised skillsets and diverse backgrounds, often dispersed globally.

Jen Jackson

CEO, Everyday Massive

Better the bank you know?

In 2018, only 21 per cent of customers believed that banks in general had their customers best interests at heart and behave ethically. Only 26 per cent believed that banks will keep their promises; views cemented further following the Hayne Financial Services Royal Commission.

Carolyn Pitt

Head of account management, Hulsbosch

What 15 years of emotional intelligence told us about youth media audiences

Taking people on an emotional journey through content is the most critical part of being a publisher. Which is why emotion lies at the heart of VICE Media.

Stephanie Winkler

Head of insights, VICE Asia-Pacific

That's an interesting use for biometrics, to actually assist in predictive analysis of campaign success.

Simon Smith

Facial recognition technology being used in a new out-of-home campaign

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This journey would identify all your future life aspects!

Maryann Humphrey

Open Colleges: one-to-one journeys is the goal

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It's a pretty good idea. I think this integration is useful. Don't you agree?

Misty Stoll

Officeworks hops on voice interface bandwagon with Google Assistant integration

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ok. so no RCS support? by the way, RCS is a lot bigger than 5G in terms of marketing and monetisation so y'all should be covering it.

DragoCubed

Optus goes for education with 5G network campaign

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Many companies and individual merchants have shifted their major part of marketing to web marketing services Portland as it weighs fewer ...

Radiata Solutions

6 Ways to ramp up Social Media to Your Web Design

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