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CMO interview: Marketing open source (to marketers)

It's a product that costs nothing, is up against entrenched competitors, and exists in a category that enterprises have in the past been wary of. All in all, marketing open source software to other marketers was never going to be an easy job.

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Why one technology start-up is ditching the role of CIO

While the boundaries around the roles and responsibilities of CIOs and CMOs at large organisations continue to shift and morph, an interesting trend is emerging across Australia’s technology-based start-ups.

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Aussie retailer Paws for Life brings on its first CMO

Australian pet supply retailer, Paws for Life, has appointed former Sony head of brand marketing to become its first chief marketing officer (CMO) as it looks to embark on its next phase of development.

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NetApp CMO: The CMO-CIO gap is widening

Julie Parrish is the senior vice president and CMO at NetApp. She talks about how marketing has transformed and why the CIO-CMO gap seems to be widening.

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CMO interview: Travelling with a clear brand direction

When it comes to being a marketing chief these days, emphasis is often placed on the importance of an analytical, data-driven approach. But for Wotif Group’s general manager of marketing, Michael Betteridge, success comes from having the best of both science and art.

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NBN Co loses chief marketing officer

NBN Co, the company responsible for rolling out Australia’s National Broadband Network, has confirmed the departure of its chief marketing officer, Kieren Cooney.

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ANZ Bank confirms new CMO as former marketer emerges at Coles Group

ANZ bank has confirmed head of consumer marketing, Carolyn Bendall, as its new group marketing chief. The announcement came as the banking group’s former general manager of marketing, Karen Donaldson, re-emerges in her new role as general manager of loyalty and financial services marketing at Coles Group.

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Over the past decade, disruptors such as Amazon, Apple and Australia’s Atlassian have delivered technology enhanced customer experiences, which for the most part, have improved customers’ lives and delivered unparalleled growth. Can they do the same for healthcare?

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How can a brand remain human in a digital world?

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