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How Koala used Segment to build out its customer data infrastructure

Lacking enterprise-size scale to have granular customer information, and not wanting to be beholden to Google for its own first-party data, home-grown furniture start-up Koala looked to another start-up, Segment, to answer its customer data questions.

Digital Marketing

CMO interview: Building a marketing and insights engine at Tennis Australia

Human-centred design, customer insights engine, having the consumer voice at the executive table – these are just a few key priorities for Tennis Australia’s first chief marketing and insights officer, Josie Brown, as she strives to construct a future focused marketing approach.

Digital Marketing

Getting under the cloak of Woolmark's digital and innovation efforts

​AI-powered research, voice-based care instructions, ‘adjacent possible’ marketing principles, augmented reality on farms and eco-storytelling in immersive retail stores – they’re all in a day’s work for the innovation and digital team at The Woolmark Company.

Digital Marketing

How flybuys used customer data to lift engagement

Leading Australian loyalty membership program, flybuys, has no shortage of data on its millions of members. So when the team started looking for ways to create customer surprise and delight to kick off the 2018 year, it latched onto the idea of turning these vast stores into hyper-personalised content customers could not only engage in, but also learn something about themselves.

Strategy

What Zappos is doing to personalise customer experience and services

Few companies of the digital era are as synonymous with the concept of great customer service as Zappos. Continuing to keep customers happy is a key focus for the group’s head of customer research, Alex Genov, who is speaking at the forthcoming CX Innovation & Tech Fest in Melbourne.

CMO50 2017 #26-50: Nick Hickford

Nick Hickford’s proudest moment in the past 12 months has been having the Bulla Dairy Foods leadership team presenting the success of its ‘Unfakeable’ campaign to the board.

CMO50 2017 #26-50: Paul Connell

Unilever’s Paul Connell calls it his “top five” list for modern marketing. And it’s what guides him as the GM and marketing chief of homecare in A/NZ.

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In my first article in this MYOD [Make Your Organisation Data-Driven] series, I articulated a one-line approach to successfully injecting data into your organisation’s DNA: Using a Dataset -> Skillset -> Mindset framework. This will take your people and processes on a journey to data actualisation.

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For businesses and advertiser categories currently experiencing a slowdown in consumer activity, now is the optimal time to get started on projects that have been of high importance, but low urgency.

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Bottoms up: Lockdown lessons for an inverted marketing world

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