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CMO interview: Turning around Target

It’s been two-and-a-half years since Wesfarmers appointed Kmart turnaround champion, Guy Russo, to institute a transformation of ailing sister department store chain, Target, and restore the 92-year brand to its former glory.

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What this SMB did to lift its search engine marketing game

When your business exists to sell the work of undiscovered artists, being seen is critical. But with the proliferation of online retailers in Australia today, standing out from the crowd has become an increasingly difficult proposition.

CMO50 2018 #26-50: Jayne Andrews

Jayne Andrews, director of marketing at Carnival Cruise Lines Australia, says a recent ‘penny drop’ moment around diversity has made all the difference to her marketing team.

CMO50 2018 #26-50: Suzanne Harman

Marketing working closely with sales and category teams is key to success, Suzanne Harman, general manager, marketing of Simplot Australia, believes.

CMO50 2018 #18: Tamara Howe

We might be in the early stages of the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution, but for Kellogg’s marketing director, Tamara Howe, it’s clear marketing leaders of the future are going to need to understand the rapidly changing path to purchase driven by AI assistants.

CMO50 2018 #14: Paul Connell

Marketing can play a unique role in grounding business decisions in consumer insight and innovation. But if that isn’t also intrinsically linked to the goals of the business and the CEO’s agenda, then you will always be at odds, says Paul Connell, refreshments GM and marketing director at Unilever.

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BIG W: Latest campaign all part of becoming more relatable

​BIG W is in its second year of a turnaround strategy, which aims to make the retailer more relatable to Australian families. And while it's early days, its general manager of marketing, Kristen Linders, says the retailer is starting to see some green shoots.

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Myer resurrects its 'My Store' campaign following massive loss

Myer is resurrecting its ‘My Store’ campaign once again in an attempt to turn around its fortunes. The new follows the beleaguered retailer's near $500 million loss in the year to June 2018, leading to the plan to stop discounting by getting rid of clearance floors by mid-2019, reduce floor space, and focus on exclusive brands.

Digital Marketing

ahm: Simplicity is the core of our brand

ahm has launched a new brand platform anchored in simplicity that it says is more just a marketing campaign, it's an entire brand permeation.

Digital Marketing

Data and insights help lead Pillow Talk to a rebrand

It’s rare to find a company that has been in business long enough to have completely transformed the way it does business, and still thrive in what is an increasingly dynamic and demanding consumer market.

ACCC warns telco marketers over false advertising

The chairman of Australia’s consumer watchdog has come out swinging against marketers operating in the country’s telecoms sector, threatening court action against those who knowingly approve misleading advertisements.

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Is artificial intelligence riddled with bias?

The purpose of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has always been to replace the menial and repetitive tasks we do each day in every sector, so that we can concentrate on doing what we do best. Saving time and money has certainly been a decent outcome as AI infiltrates the business landscape, however, now we are starting to see problems that cause major issues in practice.

Katja Forbes

Founder and chief, sfyte

5 things every business can do to drive brand loyalty

If you’re in any customer-centric role, you’ll likely be familiar with the Net Promoter Score (NPS) – one of the most popular tools for brands to measure their customer sentiment.

Catherine Anderson

Chief customer officer, Powershop Australia

What the modern gig economy is doing to customer experience

Most marketing theory was established in the context of stable employment relationships. From front-line staff to marketing strategists and brand managers, employees generally enjoyed job security with classic benefits such as superannuation plans, stable income streams, employment rights, training, sabbaticals and long-service leave.

Dr Chris Baumann

Associate professor, Macquarie University

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Belia Adam

Why your best social marketing brand tool could be hiding in plain sight

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Because you are missing the point of the term "disruption"

Sean

Uber for the truckies: How one Aussie startup is disrupting the freight industry

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Absolutely agree with this ... Facebook doesn't care what adds they show. You report an add for fake news/scam and it just remains "open...

Quasi Carbon

Unilever CMO threatens Facebook, Google with digital advertising boycott

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How to create Pinball game in 4 minshttps://youtu.be/S1bsp7del3M

Alex Atmavan

Rethinking gamification in marketing

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True Local - one of the least credible review sites on the entire internet.

MyNameIsStomp

Former Virgin Mobile CMO and CEO joins oOh! as first customer chief

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