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AMP customer chief out as new exec structure confirmed

AMP chief customer officer, Paul Sainsbury, will leave the financial services giant following a new leadership structure announced just days after the release of the Royal Commission into Australia’s Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.

CMO50 2018 #26-50: Ingrid Purcell

ME Bank’s Ingrid Purcell is one of an increasing number of marketers whose roles have morphed into holistic customer experience responsibility. It’s a shift that’s seen her take on accountability for designing the entire customer journey, not just focusing on traditional marketing areas, over the past year.

Leadership

Kantar: Customer journeys must be redefined

Empowerment of customers has required almost every business to transform, whether they know it or not, and customer journeys need to be ex-examined if true CX transformation is to be achieved.

People

CX profile: Building IAG's customer smarts

There’s a joke in the English town of Norwich that everyone either works in a church, in a pub, or in the insurance industry. Luckily for the customers of IAG, Julie Batch’s family worked in insurance, and instilled in her a set of values she has carried through to her current role as chief customer officer.

Leadership

CMO50 2017 #7: Cambell Holt

Digital disruption first got Cambell Holt not long into his budding career as a commercial photographer.

Leadership

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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State of the CMO 2018

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The purpose of purpose

Everyone knows the 4 P’s of marketing: Price, product, promotion and place. There is now a fifth ‘P’ in the marketing mix.

What does it take to be an innovation leader?

To thrive in an increasingly complex and unpredictable new world, organisations will need to innovate, and leaders will require the necessary skills to do so. Here,

Evette Cordy

Co-founder, Agents of Spring

3 marketing mistakes to overcome when courting prospective customers

Marketing that urges respondents to ‘buy now’ is a little like asking someone to marry you on your first date. At any time, only 3 per cent of the market is looking for what you’re selling, so the chances of your date randomly being ‘The One’ is pretty slim.

Sabri Suby

Founder, King Kong

it is very informative and quality of the Furniture NZ i liked it and share on my wall

EveGreen

How Fantastic Furniture is making omni-channel retailing a reality

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We can't overlook mobile. Each passing day people are on their phones more and more

This Is My South Bay

What the 5G revolution will do to mobile marketing

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An article largely re-purposed from things other people have said 5+ years ago – what's more, they said it better.

hogwash

The purpose of purpose - Brand science - CMO Australia

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The purpose of purpose - Brand science - CMO Australia

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Interesting blog, good information is provided regarding Design Thinking For Business Strategy. Was very useful, thanks for sharing the b...

Tanya Sharma

Is design thinking the answer for the next generation of marketing?

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