„How can we sell more, to more people, and for more money?
The marketing world is awash with myths, misconceptions, dubious metrics and tactics that bear little relation to our actual buying behaviour.
Eat Your Greens is inspired by the genuine advances in marketing science. It challenges us to change the way we think, by taking the huge body of knowledge gained from data and technology and applying the best evidence based thinking to the practice of marketing and communications.
The papers are written by some of most respected practitioners in the industry, offering a diverse range of perspectives on how to do more effective marketing, and with an intellectual generosity of spirit from which we can all profit.
The book is curated by Wiemer Snijders, partner at Commercial Works.“
Eat your Greens
Gap just appointed former Billabong CEO Neil Fiske as head of its namesake brand. Though the brand has seen better days, its recent changes indicate that it could be angling for a comeback. Fiske has a reputation of turning brands around, and the process might not be as difficult as it might seem:
Unilevers CMO Keith Weed is making a great point about FMCG being a great training ground for marketeers due to it’s fast market pace and immediate response to marketing communications.
Secondly he speaks about the power of media and the power of good creatives in a world that demands more content than ever before and what that means for content production:
Today, brands are actually collections of experiences. We’re not in an era where people remember logos or advertisements.