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Conversations over a cuppa with CMO: The Iconic's Alexander Meyer

In this episode of Conversations over a cuppa with CMO, we hear from The Iconic's chief marketing officer, Alexander Meyer, about the changing nature of consumer needs during the crisis and how he sees the role of marketing evolving over the next decade.

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Retailers unite for bushfire relief

Over 45 of Australia’s leading retailers with a combined network of 1000 stores have joined forces to provide 100 per cent of profits from today's sales to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.

CMO50 2019 #6: Alexander Meyer

Alexander Meyer is a CMO imprinted with the notion of finding balance. The idea of balancing two, sometimes contradictory, sides is deeply ingrained and is at the heart of his approach to being a CMO.

CMO50 2018 #26-50: Alexander Meyer

When Alexander Meyer joined ecommerce fashion retailer, The Iconic, in 2016, he was tasked with nothing short of building a cult brand.

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​ADMA: In the age of data and technology, is creativity dead?

The role of creativity in an increasing tech and data-driven world was one of the topics discussed at the ​ADMA​ global forum last week, with the overwhelming response being that creativity and storytelling is more important than it’s even been.

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State of the CMO 2020

CMO’s State of the CMO is an annual industry research initiative aimed at understanding how ...

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Highlights of 2020 deliver necessity for Circular Economies

The lessons emerging from a year like 2020 are what make the highlights, not necessarily what we gained. One of these is renewed emphasis on sustainability, and by this, I mean complete circular sustainability.

Katja Forbes

Managing director of Designit, Australia and New Zealand

Have customers really changed?

The past 12 months have been a confronting time for marketers, with each week seemingly bringing a new challenge. Some of the more notable impacts have been customer-centric, driven by shifting priorities, new consumption habits and expectation transfer.

Emilie Tan

Marketing strategist, Alpha Digital

Cultivating engaging content in Account-based Marketing (ABM)

ABM has been the buzzword in digital marketing for a while now, but I feel many companies are yet to really harness its power. The most important elements of ABM are to: Identify the right accounts; listen to these tracked accounts; and hyper-personalise your content to these accounts to truly engage them. It’s this third step where most companies struggle.

Joana Inch

Co-founder and head of digital, Hat Media Australia

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