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What 14 years at Suncorp taught Mark Reinke about CX

Organisations that don't adjust their business models to deliver shared value, and put product ahead of customers, will not fare well in the future. This is the opinion of Suncorp's Mark Reinke, who is leaving the organisation after 14 years. After almost unheard-of career longevity with a single business, Reinke knows a thing or two about business transformation. And this will place him in great stead as he leaves his current role as advisor to Suncorp’s CEO to pursue his own projects.

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CMO interview: How this CMO is writing a new story for data management

While explosive growth in data volumes presents a challenge for many marketers, for US-based data storage technology company, NetApp, servicing that storage need has helped it grow to US$5.5 billion in annual revenue. But the company’s success has also come at a cost, serving to typecast and limit its visibility. Enter the CMO.

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How Swinburne Uni’s CMO is orchestrating a digital marketing transformation

Melbourne-based Swinburne University this week became the latest in a string of Australian tertiary institutions to announce it’s ​rolling out Adobe’s Marketing Cloud suite ​as part of a digital transformation aimed at better customer engagement. Its CMO, Sarah Graham, shares how she got the investment and cultural change over the line.

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CMOs should be on board: NRMA CEO

Every listed company should have a marketer on their board supporting the CEO, according to Tony Stuart, CEO of the National Roads and Motorists' Association (NRMA).

Digital Marketing

Brands need to seek startup soul mates

Kodak might be thriving today if the camera business had made an early purchase of Instagram, according to Evol8tion CEO, Joseph Jaffe.

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Cannes 2018: The Big Not Easy

This year’s Cannes Lions program is packed full of data, robots, algorithms, voice technology, blockchain, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and machine creativity. But I’m just as interested in more subtle trends and insights.

Richard Brett

CEO, opr

CMOs are talking the CX talk, but not yet walking the walk

Customer experience is eclipsing product as a competitive differentiator. CMOs are recognising this shift and talking the talk. But are they also walking the walk?

Will our manners go the same way as texting when robotic servants take over?

Much of the talk in the industry is focused on the limited amount of time that screens have left in our lives.

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Founder and chief, sfyte

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Eva Buttler

5 steps to customer intelligence success

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Yasir Abbas

Adobe: Tech architecture, talent stopping companies making the experience shift

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Google is more like a utility. Does a road have a brand? No. Do we use it daily? Of course! And the idea of Taylor Swift as an unbrand be...

Davy Adams

Why Gartner thinks brands are too uptight about strategy

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Janice Tollis

Why Gartner thinks brands are too uptight about strategy

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Lunna Walker

Xero evolves to fit a changing marketplace

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