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Conversations over a cuppa with CMO: Sportsbet's Barni Evans

In our latest episode of Conversations over a cuppa with CMO, we talk to Sportsbet chief executive and former CMO50 #1, Barni Evans, about lessons in the crisis and the more innovative ways it's working to keep customers engaged.

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Leadership tips for helping women CMOs getting ahead

In the wake of International Women’s Day, there was a lot of talk about how women need to forge ahead in their careers. CMO had the opportunity to talk to a number of marketers about how they got ahead in their careers and the top lessons they learnt along the way - lessons to benefit all those looking to make their careers in marketing.

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Former CMO Holly Kramer to join AMP board

AMP Limited Chairman Mr Simon McKeon AO announced former Best & Less CEO and Telstra CMO, Holly Kramer, will join the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director.

Social Media

Report: Companies struggle with org branding

Activating and engaging an always-connected, social media-minded workforce can make a big contribution to cultivating the brand and shaping the ethos of a company, according to The CMO Council’s latest report.

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Companies are failing to realise creativity across the organisation: Nicole Velik

The marketing and advertising industry has done more than any other to enshrine the term ‘creative’ as a job description rather than simply as a personal characteristic. But to assume that creativity resides in one set of individuals alone is to ignore the latent creativity scattered across an organisations.

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CMO Interview: How McDonald's is putting customer centricity back on the menu

McDonald’s A/NZ CMO, Mark Lollback, isn’t someone who backs away from a challenge or the need to change. So when he was offered the opportunity to help McDonald's turn its go-to-market strategy around and find a way to deliver stronger long-term value to its customers to drive sustainable business growth, he jumped at it.

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Marketing's time to embrace test-and-learn

There is a mantra in the technology startup community that says failure is actually a good thing. That people who try something and fail are actually better investments than those who try nothing, or who have never known failure. This same ethos is also starting to find favour within some marketing teams.

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Ensuring post-crisis success

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed brands’ CX shortcomings and a lack of customer understanding. Given ongoing disruption, customer needs, wants and expectations are continually changing, also causing customers to behave in different ways. Just look at hoarding toilet paper, staple and canned food, medicinal and cleaning products.

Riccardo Pasto

senior analyst, Forrester

A few behavioural economics lesson to get your brand on top of the travel list

Understanding the core principles of Behavioural Economics will give players in the travel industry a major competitive advantage when restrictions lift and travellers begin to book again. And there are a few insights in here for the rest of the marketing community, too.

Dan Monheit

Co-founder, Hardhat

Predicting the Future: Marketing science or marketing myth?

Unicorns, the Sunken City of Atlantis, Zeus: They are very famous. So famous in fact, that we often think twice about whether they are real or not. Sometimes if we talk about something widely enough, and for long enough, even the strangest fiction can seem like fact. But ultimately it is still fiction - stories we make up and tell ourselves over and over until we believe.

Kathy Benson

Chief client officer, Ipsos

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