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Finding the right fit: Atomic Group's digital marketing journey

Every day 48 per cent of Australians wake up with heel, arch or general foot pain. But despite this, more than half will never visit a podiatrist. This knowledge is part of what inspired integrated footwear and retail company, Atomic Group, to ramp up its online presence for its orthopaedic shoe line, Homyped.

Leadership

10 lessons in making a rebrand a whole of organisation job

On June 1 2021, Credit Union Australia officially switched its branding over to Great Southern Bank and debuted a fresh purpose and new set of propositions targeting first-home buyers. As Great Southern Bank’s chief customer officer, Megan Keleher, put it to CMO, the task of transitioning the banking provider to a fresh brand and purpose was the biggest change the organisation has faced in its 70-plus year history. Which made it vital every person across the organisation was onside.

How this marketer helped hotels tap new revenue streams

One of the silver linings of 2020 was the way marketers stepped up to assist their colleagues in sectors in need. So in September of last year, Share With Oscar launched a new campaign to alert its customers to the availability of unused hotel parking spaces around Sydney.

Digital Marketing

Industry views mixed as Google extends third-party cookie deadline

Google is extending the deadline for the death of the cookie until late 2023, a step that follows international regulatory and advertising industry pressure about the search giant’s alternative proposals and dominance across the digital advertising sector.

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Samsung Australia confirms CMO exit

Samsung Australia has confirmed the departure of its CMO, Josh Grace, following a restructure of its corporate marketing function.

Leadership

Playing the right game during and beyond a crisis: The Lott

Balancing flexibility and routine, community contribution and the consumer’s desire for optimism proved instrumental for The Lott’s marketing team over the last 15 months. And they’re the keys to getting through this next normal, too.

Strategy

Customer engagement: Approach with care from a unified view

Retailers agreed on a few fundamentals for personalising customer engagement when they discussed the topic at Retail Revival, the second annual digital talkfest held by Emarsys, an omnichannel customer engagement and retention platform.

Leadership

In-House Agency Council debuts

A new In-House Agency Council (IHAC) has been launched by a handful of Australia’s biggest brands aimed at helping marketers do a better job of building capability and sharing best practices across their in-house teams.

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Corporates: Be sure your CSR activities are up to the mark

Organisations looking to invest in corporate social responsibility (CSR) – and the positive corporate culture and image it encourages – should look for charities which plan their own closure, according to one of this year’s Pro Bono Australia’s Impact 25 winners.

Leadership

Brownes Dairy CMO promoted to CEO

Brownes Dairy marketing and sales chief, Natalie Sarich-Dayton, has been promoted to the CEO’s post, becoming the company’s first female leader in its 135-year history.

Leadership

How CMOs should play their first 60-90 days in a new role

Those first 60 to 90 days in your new role are crucial. In fact, they’re so crucial, you’ll find dozens, if not hundreds, of books written on the subject. And chief marketing officers are no different in their need to prove their worth and importantly, set themselves up as big ‘M’ marketers to the CEO and executive team in those early days.

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Launch marketing council Episode 5: Retailer and supplier

In our fifth and final episode, we delve into the relationship between retailer and supplier and how it drives and influences launch marketing strategies and success. To do that, we’re joined by Campbell Davies, group general manager of Associated Retailers Limited, and Kristin Viccars, marketing director A/NZ, Apex Tool Group. Also featured are Five by Five Global managing director, Matt Lawton, and CMO’s Nadia Cameron.

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Blog Posts

Getting privacy right in a first-party data world

With continued advances in marketing technology, data privacy continues to play catchup in terms of regulation, safety and use. The laws that do exist are open to interpretation and potential misuse and that has led to consumer mistrust and increasing calls for a stronger regulatory framework to protect personal information.

Furqan Wasif

Head of biddable media, Tug

​Beyond greenwashing: Why brands need to get their house in order first

Environmental, Social and (Corporate) Governance is a hot topic for brands right now. But before you start thinking about doing good, Craig Flanders says you best sort out the basics.

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CEO, Spinach

​The value of collaboration: how to keep it together

Through the ages, from the fields to the factories to the office towers and now to our kitchen tables, collaboration has played a pivotal role in how we live and work. Together. We find partners, live as families, socialise in groups and work as teams. Ultimately, we rely on these collaborative structures to survive and thrive.

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CEO, FutureBrand A/NZ

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