Marketing Strategy

CMO50 2019 #26-50: Diane Belan

In marketing, you find the bridging of data science and art. For Diane Belan, it’s the art of looking at data from different angles, interpreting that data to form meaningful insights and identifying untapped opportunities can unlock many creative ideas. Belan finds creativity is about generating ideas to solve problems and notes “without the data, you don’t know what you are solving for”.

CMO50 2019 #18: Yves Calmette

​The biggest challenge the CMO of WWF is finding is demonstrating the value of investing in the brand, which requires time and money, in an era obsessed by short-termism and immediate results/profit.

CMO50 2019 #19: Paul Stern

​With a $25,000 spend, one of the most effective, disruptive and innovative marketing initiatives Kathmandu launched this past year was the world’s first, all-weather wedding dress stunt for April Fool’s day, general manager marketing and online at Kathmandu, Paul Stern, tells CMO.

Leadership

CMOs play a vital role in IPOs

More CMOs need to insert themselves into the IPO process, something they are not yet taken seriously for in the drive to make the process all about financials.

CMO50 2019 #26-50: Michael Doyle

We are at peak-complexity for martech, with the challenge of keeping in touch with systems and integrations, while trying to remain strategic, according to Michael Doyle.

Digital Marketing

Baby Bunting refreshes iconic brand

​In its latest effort to modernise to provide the kind of customer experience the consumer now demands, Baby Bunting has undergone a brand refresh to facilitate a better emotional connection with customers through increased personalisation.

Leadership

Sydney Kings partners with Dentsu for new marketing push

The NBL’s Sydney Kings has partnered with Dentsu to help execute and strategically position the Club to drive ticket sales, membership and core revenue targets, and committed to one of the largest advertising campaigns by a sporting team in Australia.

Leadership

Atlassian CMO: Organisations are on journey of change

Brand ownership: Many of us would confidently state the CMO should have responsibility for it. But Atlassian's marketing chief, Robert Chatwani, sees it as a cooperative job across the organisation.

Leadership

CMO interview: Building the next vision of a mutual bank

Repositioning a growing brand, improving end-to-end customer experiences and enabling transformation are catch cries for many CMOs today. And for BankVic’s chief product and marketing officer, Deirdre Boyle, the opportunity to do all three came with the added bonus of working for a member-owned bank.

Leadership

Seafolly CMO on embracing more inclusive marketing

Being inclusive in your marketing approach is as much about transforming brand purpose and company culture as it is about creative and messaging, says Seafolly’s chief marketing officer.

Leadership

CMO interview: Turning parking into a customer-driven industry

​ If Wilson Parking’s GM of marketing and customer experience, Vanessa Lyons, had to pinpoint one challenge she faced during her transformational first year with the parking operator, it’s overcoming traditional business mindsets.

Digital Marketing

What Bankwest has done to build better CX

The key role of marketers is to not only keep up with changing consumer expectations, but bring that external view into their organisation in order to help both grow and retain relevance, Bankwest’s executive GM of customer experience says.

Digital Marketing

CMO Momentum panel: How CMOs can retain creativity

The onslaught of technology and automation, performance-driven digital advertising and data-led marketing decision making are raising considerable questions about how to ensure creativity continues to flourish in the marketing function.

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3 skills you need to drive better collaboration

A study published in The Harvard Business Review found the time spent in collaborative activities at work has increased by over 50 per cent in the past two decades. Larger projects; complicated problems; tighter timeframes: These require bigger teams with specialised skillsets and diverse backgrounds, often dispersed globally.

Jen Jackson

CEO, Everyday Massive

Better the bank you know?

In 2018, only 21 per cent of customers believed that banks in general had their customers best interests at heart and behave ethically. Only 26 per cent believed that banks will keep their promises; views cemented further following the Hayne Financial Services Royal Commission.

Carolyn Pitt

Head of account management, Hulsbosch

What 15 years of emotional intelligence told us about youth media audiences

Taking people on an emotional journey through content is the most critical part of being a publisher. Which is why emotion lies at the heart of VICE Media.

Stephanie Winkler

Head of insights, VICE Asia-Pacific

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