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CMO food for thought: The talent debate

In our new series of insights into a key topic or issue for marketers, we ask three CMOs: What skill sets does today’s ideal marketing team need to have and why?

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5 reasons why the CMO will become the CEO

While we’ve only seen a handful of chief marketing officers become CEOs to date, digital disruption and the rise of customer centricity as a core pillar of competitive advantage are paving the way for more to rise to the top job.

In pictures: Customer 360 Symposium hits the Hunter Valley

More than 150 marketing, customer experience, data and business leaders descended on the Crown Plaza Hunter Valley to participate in the first Customer 360 Symposium run by Ashton Media. CMO was on the scene and presents you with some pictorial highlights

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Aussie retailer Paws for Life brings on its first CMO

Australian pet supply retailer, Paws for Life, has appointed former Sony head of brand marketing to become its first chief marketing officer (CMO) as it looks to embark on its next phase of development.

Who's hiring? Marketing lures more tech pros

The hiring scene is changing for tech pros. Marketing departments are bolstering their technical ranks to help with big data, cloud, SEO, and mobile development initiatives.

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NBN Co loses chief marketing officer

NBN Co, the company responsible for rolling out Australia’s National Broadband Network, has confirmed the departure of its chief marketing officer, Kieren Cooney.

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ANZ Bank confirms new CMO as former marketer emerges at Coles Group

ANZ bank has confirmed head of consumer marketing, Carolyn Bendall, as its new group marketing chief. The announcement came as the banking group’s former general manager of marketing, Karen Donaldson, re-emerges in her new role as general manager of loyalty and financial services marketing at Coles Group.

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Diageo Australia confirms new CMO

Premium drinks distributor, Diageo Australia, has confirmed Adam Ballesty as its marketing and innovation director following a four-month secondment to the role.

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State of the CMO 2019

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Blog Posts

Does your brand need a personality review?

There are five tell-tale signs your brand needs to take a long hard look at itself.

Charlie Rose

Senior Strategy Consultant, Principals

How to create profitable pricing

How do we price goods and services? As business leaders, we have asked ourselves this question since the history of trading.

Lee Naylor

Managing partner, The Leading Edge

Sport and sponsorship: The value of event sponsorship

Australia’s cricketers captured the nation’s attention during their recent run to the semi-final of the ICC Men’s World Cup. While the tournament ultimately ended in defeat, for over a month it provoked a sense of belonging, hope and empowerment for millions of people across Australia. Cricket, and sport in general, has a near-unique ability to empower individuals, irrelevant of their background, demographic or nationality.

Nikhil Arora

Vice-president and managing director, GoDaddy India

Thank you, so do I.

David Freeman

Sustainability of message: H2coco founder's commitment to consumers

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Hi Harry, thank you for pointing this out I can confidently say both these bottles are in transition away from PET as we continue to impr...

David Freeman

Sustainability of message: H2coco founder's commitment to consumers

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I’m confused. He has a giant 2l hard plastic bottle in Coles and his pink bottle is also in plastic??

Harry

Sustainability of message: H2coco founder's commitment to consumers

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Great message from an Aussie company about sustainable business practices, particularly packaging. Wish more businesses would think more ...

Krisy

Sustainability of message: H2coco founder's commitment to consumers

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Well, I wish we could change the situation. But I am not sure it's possible.

Patricia Miller

Does social media make astroturfing acceptable?

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