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Strategy

Westpac: Lean in to complaints to transform your CX

Most business might consider complaints negative and something to be avoided, but Westpac has decided to ‘lean in’ and use complaints to transform its organisation and customer experience (CX).

Leadership

CMO to CEO: If it's not fun, it's not worth it

​Imagine standing on the podium at the New York Stock Exchange about to ring the bell to take a start-up public, something a woman has not done for over a decade, with your 13-year-old daughter standing next to you.

Customer Experience Management

Ricoh: B2B CX needs to model B2C

With its margins being squeezed, and increasing customer service expectations, global technology provider, Ricoh, realised it needed to do something different to stay successful.

Customer Experience Management

The future of CX is here, and most companies are not ready

​The future of customer experience (CX) is about personalised, seamless, zero-friction experiences, however most companies are far from this goal because their operational structure is product-focussed rather than customer-focussed.

Leadership

Wilks moves from marketing to sales at Volkswagen

​The convergence between marketing and sales is continuing, with Volkswagen’s general manager of marketing, Ben Wilks, moving into the general manager of sales, passenger vehicles role in a company reshuffle.

Social Media

Embracing social media in an age of distrust

In an age where consumer trust in banking couldn’t be lower, Bank of Queensland is leading the way by embracing social media and making itself more available to its customers.

Customer Experience Management

Going beyond chatbots to avatars: the next stage of AI for CX

​Artificial intelligence (AI) and emotional intelligence (EI) and how they can optimise the customer experience (CX) is the focus of an investment by Daimler Financial Services into New Zealand start-up Soul Machines.

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5 things marketers need to do to get better in buy in when presenting

Presentations are a marketer’s best friend. They can be a concise, targeted and effective form of communication with the potential to make a real impact on your audience.

Emma Bannister

Founder and CEO, Presentation Studio

How to overcome negative habitual thinking

One of the greatest challenges facing senior leaders today is what’s going on in their own head.

Lisa Stephenson

Author, success coach, consultant

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.

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Holly Smith

Adidas taps data and technology smarts to build personalised digital engagement with consumers

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Peter Sibson

The purpose of purpose - Brand science - CMO Australia

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haters gonna hate

David Bentley

The purpose of purpose - Brand science - CMO Australia

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Social Media is platform where people get connected to each other from the world and share their views and thoughts on any product. Socia...

Tejas Potfode

6 Ways to ramp up Social Media to Your Web Design

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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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