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Revealed: What influencer marketing success will look like in 2021

Revealed: What influencer marketing success will look like in 2021

With New Year’s fast approaching, your marketing team has probably already started setting goals for 2021. And as social media increasingly shapes consumer decisions in the stay-at-home economy, we’re guessing...
Startup roundup: How we’re reinventing accessibility
Inside the ‘arms race’ of anti-Black Friday campaigns
Superette, Everybody Eats team up in Christmas charity project
What this year’s Christmas ads reveal about the state of retail

Marketing Archives

Opinion: Are you wasting your time being a ‘woke’ brand?

Under mounting pressure to be socially accountable, retailers are behaving like good corporate citizens, but if their ef...

US barbecue brand heads for Australia

US barbecue franchise Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has revealed plans to open 50 restaurants in Australia.

Why there’s no Covid in this year’s Christmas ads

To use a phrase used more this year than I’ve had mince pies, 2020 has been unprecedented. November heralds the start of...

Startup roundup: Marketing in the time of Covid-19

Three startups tell us how Covid-19 has impacted their marketing style.
Inside Retail & Quantcast

A marketing expert’s guide to slaying this holiday season

Rachael Townsley, Quantcast’s head of marketing in APAC, shares key insights and tips for Christmas 2020.

From the source: Sean Ashby, Aussiebum

Founder Sean Ashby discusses product innovation, SMS marketing and the importance of local manufacturing.

Survive to thrive: This is what successful retail looks like in 2020

It’s about creating communities, category and product innovation and being culturally relevant.

Why retailers can no longer afford to ignore social commerce

Retailers are realising the value in social commerce, but it’s not without its challenges.
Blackwoods flagship in Auckland

NZ Safety Blackwoods flagship sells ‘fashionable’ workwear for tradies

Wesfarmers-owned NZ Safety Blackwoods has opened a flagship store in Auckland merchandising ‘fashionable’ workwear.

Patagonia’s secret political messaging: Clever stunt or bad PR move?

Recently, Patagonia caused a stir after someone spotted a political message hidden on one of its labels. But is all publ...

Why it’s time retailers finally pay attention to older customers

Retailers would be wise to engage the growing number of older consumers who have embraced e-commerce in recent months.

No more ‘vanilla’: Freedom CEO reveals major turnaround plans

Here's why the Australian furniture retailer is returning to its design-led roots in its latest rebrand.

How to deal with imposter syndrome

Many retail CEOs, managers, and leaders suffer anxiety-inducing thoughts about their incompetence or lack of qualificati...
social media on laptop

Cancel culture: you can run, but you can’t hide

Perhaps the only word more frightening than Covid-19, is the word “cancelled”, but there are ways to claw your brand bac...
Thankyou truck with global campaign messaging

Can Thankyou leverage the power of social to win over FMCG’s biggest players?

The social enterprise has a strong track record with social media campaigns, but will it be enough to get the brand thro...