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In pictures: How to realise revenue from martech innovation roundtable

​Marketing leaders from B2B and B2C organisations convened on Sydney's Aria restaurant on 6 June to discuss how they can better improve their utilisation of digital marketing technologies in order to drive revenue opportunities for their brands. Here are pictorial highlights from our exclusive lunch.

Digital Marketing

CMO roundtable: How machines will make or break your customer engagement success

There aren’t too many Aussie marketers right now who aren’t trying to connect the experience dots and turn their customer acquisition craftsmanship into retention and advocacy. To get there, however, there’s a growing complexity of digital channels to navigate, increasing swathes and types of data to stitch together, and ever-rising consumer expectations to contend with.

In pictures: How machines will make or break your customer engagement success roundtable

Building and actioning a single view of customer experience and debating the role of AI in marketing were just some of the themes discussed by senior marketing and customer engagement leaders in Melbourne on 5 December for the CMO and Sitecore roundtable event, How machines will make or break your customer engagement success. Here are pictorial highlights from the event.

How WA’s Royal Life Saving Society rode the digital wave

Allan Godfrey is in the business of saving lives. And as general manager of marketing of WA’s Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS), he is using a mix of digital technologies in order to modernise and strengthen its social enterprising efforts and better engage with the community.

Digital Marketing

Royal Automobile Club's digital story

The Royal Automobile Club in Western Australia has gone live with its mobile-first online member portal, the inaugural step in a multi-pronged digital transformation program aimed at delivering better experiences to customers.

Leadership

Report: Personalised marketing a myth

Australian marketers are increasingly looking to personalise customer interactions but lack a good grasp on the data sets necessary to trigger significant gains as well as fear consumer privacy backlash, new research claims.

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