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It’s time to look inward at how you are fostering innovation In this guest post, Dr Amantha Imber discusses why disruption should be performed inside a company to ensure best practise and a positive culture before turning to the outside market. Agencies’ primary purpose is to come up with creative solutions to their clients’ (marketing) problems.
As an outsider to the industry but through my role heading up the team that judges the Australian Financial Review’s Most Innovative Companies list, the elephant in the room is the lack of effort toward innovation directed internally into how agencies run and how they make money. The struggle faced by traditional print publications such as newspapers is well documented as the industry faces increasing competition from the online world. In fact, just recently, this discussion was reignited after Fairfax’s chief executive, Greg Hywood, commented to investors that the company was willing to cut print editions of major mastheads, if publishing profit continued to spiral. We’re attempting to secure a major American talent for a new brand campaign, and there’s an email from Lisa, our talent scout with the latest developments. The return of Mark Buckman to Australian shores two years after he headed to the UK to try his hand will be one of the most closely monitored marketing moves in recent times. One was an experienced, hard-working media professional, highly practiced at her craft and realistic about her client’s goals and expectations. Today marks six months since Woolworths made one of the poorest decisions in Australian loyalty marketing history by ditching its Everyday Rewards scheme.
After 10 years in the role Scott is in a reflective mood and appears eager to admit that he is also slightly perplexed at why, at times, under his stewardship the ABC has been so hammered by sections of the press.

It’s not been a good year so far for Australia’s traditional television industry with reports that prime-time audiences are down almost 5% amid competition from internet streaming services. The plight of journalist Tara Brown, Brisbane mother Sally Faulkner and the 60 Minutes crew has, rightly, kicked off a public debate about the ethics of chequebook journalism. KFC's sexually suggestive ad reveals a brand that now knows its market In this guest post, Nic Hayes says he believes KFC's sexually suggestive Hot & Spicy 'Coming Soon' ad served to prove the brand has now worked out exactly who its audience is and what they want from the brand. I was watching TV last night and up came the advertisement for KFC 'hot and spicy' chicken.
The family, the young people, the working man and the like, all enjoying a hearty meal of chicken. The double reverse ferret by Telstra this week on its support for marriage equality looks more like a business that suddenly did the math than one that had a Road to Damascus moment and realised it had simply failed to understand the importance of a social movement. Today on the blog I'm featuring some of my favourite picks from the Freedom Furniture AW14 range.It was pretty hard to narrow my choices down to a few as there are so many delicious pieces! I have been really impressed with this range for a number of reasons - these items are timeless as well as on trend, simple and affordable. Definitely check out their Instagram account full of beautiful imagery, new product updates and fun competitions. Comfort has been an important consideration during the design process and the result is a selection of several styles, from firm and supportive to sink-in soft. Not quite time to stop the press In this guest post, Nati Harpaz argues that print is far from dead and remains a viable profit and engagement platform as long as you are prepared to adapt your model.
Having the experience and confidence to challenge a client With sales and marketing anointing ever-younger staff as account executives, the need for confident, empathetic and conversationally astute communication - and staff training - is more vital than ever, says Ant Gowthorp, in this guest column. The other was an order taker, charged with wrangling the kitchen and making the customer experience as pleasant and obliging as possible.
The disastrous move to near-impossible-to-acquire Woolworths Dollars has removed many of the incentives for customers to spend more - and left them with virtually no reason to share their data with the supermarket, argues Mumbrella's Tim Burrowes. Waging war on millennial memes Gen Y loves their memes and both millennials and marketers are using them more and more to connect to younger audiences but we are propelling a false and negative stereotype? Some people, including many of our friends, have since told us they didn’t think we’d make it this far.

How did they think it was okay to make a $115,000 payment to ex-soldiers to grab children from their grandparents in the middle of Beirut? A family-friendly themed advertisement with the usual characters you might find in a fast food television commercial. Telstra's lesson in marriage equality - corporate social responsibility is not to be toyed with Telstra thought supporting marriage equality was something that involved adding a logo to an ad - a statement that could be easily walked away from. Why specialisation is only the first step toward survival In this guest post Jocelyn Hunter looks at the challenges facing the PR industry and looks at what it will take to survive the next five years and beyond. It seems his comment that ‘half of Australia’s independent PR agencies will go under in the next five years’ has caused quite a stir. Justin Hind, CEO of With Collective 24 Hours With… spotlights the working day of some of the most interesting people in Mumbrella’s world.
He spoke to Nic Christensen about leading that change, dealing with critics 'hijacking' the conversation and the lessons commercial media can learn from Aunty.
We’ve told you what we’re against; Now we’ll tell you what we’re for Mumbrella Asia turns three years old today. It's not. And in doing so Simon Canning believes the brand has breached an important public trust. Today we speak with Justin Hind, CEO of With Collective, a Sydney-based advertising agency Justin co-founded with his wife, Dominique Hind (Dom). Mumbrella Asia editor Robin Hicks talks about the past few years and what he sees as a time of unprecedented disruption for marketing and media in Asia. 60 Minutes kidnapping fiasco comes down to the question: who signed off on the money for the 'child recovery operation'? The fate of the 60 Minutes crew, who were stuck in a Beirut jail facing kidnapping charges, has dominated headlines for weeks. Nic Christensen looks at the questions Nine's management team now faces and the questions whether anyone will be held to account.

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