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How this CMO brought B2C and B2B marketing teams together

It’s a truth increasingly acknowledged that human beings only have a finite amount of decision- making power in any given day. And it’s minimising the mental cost of switching from B2B to B2C decision making Zai global CMO, Andrea Linehan, was keen to avoid when she set out to orchestrate a global rebrand bringing two such teams together.

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Advertisers, agencies buying into digital, programmatic out-of-home

​Almost one-quarter of Australian agencies traded digital out-of-home (DOOH) inventory during 2020, a third are getting into programmatic digital out-of-home and greater creative experimentation is on its way in FY22 and beyond, the IAB reports. The latest figures come as the Outdoor Media Association also reports a triple-digit increase in net media revenue across the category to $203.3 million for Q2, 2021, with DOOH picking up the lion’s share.

Digital Marketing

Why the Wisr rebrand hit on money smarts

Fintech and neo-lender, Wisr, opted for a brand redesign around the tagline, ‘For your smart part’ to emphasise its proposition of helping Australians improve their financial wellness.

Leadership

3 ways this CMO tackled a brand and business launch

It’s been 12 months since a group of ex-banking executives joined forces to build Finspo, a new digital broker proposition aiming to help level the playing field between banks and Australian consumers. And according to Finspo CMO, Dylan Keath, realising the brand and product has required adopting several critical marketing and business priorities.

Digital Marketing

Goodworld launches with new partnership

Goodworld, a charitable giving fintech, has just launched in Australia and partnered with Mastercard and World Vision Australia to enable donors to give to charities and not-for-profit organisations easily through social media and online.

Digital Marketing

How Klarna managed its brand launch in a pandemic

Klarna, the buy-now-pay-later fintech outfit, had just launched in Australia with its global campaign, ‘Get What You Love’, featuring Lady Gaga, when the COVID-19 pandemic broke.

Leadership

CMO Interview: How Credit Simple is disrupting the fintech marketing landscape

The credit industry is fiercely competitive, and major banks have strong and deeply established roots offering credit scores and advice. But New Zealand fintech startup, Credit Simple, is fast making inroads across the Tasman as well as in Australia thanks to its ability to engage customers in a more agile way.

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