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Gloster exits WPP AUNZ

WPP AUNZ has confirmed the departure of its chief customer officer, Sunita Gloster, after less than 18 months in the role and a month after the group posted more than $230 million in losses in the first-half 2020.

Digital Marketing

oOh!media drops earning guidance in response to Covid-19 economic impact

Out-of-home media player, oOh!media, is warning of earnings disruption in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping the world and causing health and economic issues stretching from stock market volatility to event cancellations, travel disruptions and supermarket supplies shortages.

Leadership

Digital offers a lifeline for Nine, following half-year results

Nine’s half year results are out, the media conglomerate reporting revenue of just under $1.2 billion, group EBITDA of $251 million, and a net profit after tax of $114 million. Post specific items, the statutory net profit was $102 million, down 41 per cent. Net profit after tax and minority interests was $115 million, down 9 per cent.

Leadership

Bega reports record revenue but lower profit

Facility consolidation and new brand product launches have seen Bega post a 13 per cent increase in revenue in the 2019 financial year, in what has been a challenging operating environment for the dairy giant.

Leadership

Fresh Stikeez campaign drives Coles revenue growth

Coles Supermarkets announced its 46th consecutive quarter of growth, with its 2.4 per cent comparable sales growth in the third quarter of the 2019 financial year put down to the ‘Fresh Stikeez’ promotional campaign, which it says enjoyed high customer engagement.

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Blog Posts

How can organisations debias their decisions?

​People whose personal details and experiences signal they come from racially diverse backgrounds are less likely than anglo or Caucasian candidates to make it through the first cut in recruitment processes. Even if the organisation says it values diversity.

Dr Karen Morley

Author, commentator

Is your marketing team adapting quickly enough to the COVID-19 crisis?

The impact of coronavirus is far reaching with the true impact on the economy and businesses is unknown. While there are a few categories and brands experiencing growth, for the most part the crisis is wreaking havoc for large and small operators across many sectors including entertainment, tourism, retail, fitness, services and the list goes on.

Teresa Sperti

Founder, Arktic Fox

Why COVID-19 makes it more important than ever to move at the speed of the consumer

There is no doubt the challenges we are facing as businesses, advertisers and audiences with COVID-19 are all unprecedented. But with this comes an opportunity to take stock and re-evaluate current strategies, plans and processes to drive efficiencies and relevance in today's market.

Emma Macey

General manager, SuperNova Media

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