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04 Apr 2014
Facebook nemesis, Forrester’s Nate Elliott, is predicting, and pushing, a radical overhaul of the current media and creative agency models. It might not be pretty, writes Frank Chung.
If everything is digital, how do agencies provide something the rest can’t? Tribal Worldwide Sydney reckons it has the answer. Brendan Coyne reports.
Slow and steady no longer wins the race. These days winners have to try, fail and try again – and do it quickly, writes Frank Chung.
Millward Brown and the global market research establishment is on the cusp of a “death match” – a crop of maverick researchers like BrainJuicer’s John Kearon are turning the advertising establishment upside down with new models that trash rational advertising in favour of crazy, pure emotion. And they have Nobel Prize winning economics and behavioural science behind them. Paul McIntyre walks the plank.
Philip K. Dick was onto something. As big data becomes mega data, maybe it’s time for a softer approach, writes Brendan Coyne.
21 Mar 2014
The Americans are coming, says the new-world creative boss at R/GA, Nick Law, but they’re without the baggage of comfortable duopolies and cushioned competitiveness that thrive Down Under. Paul McIntyre reports.
Big businesses and SMEs are worlds apart. Turnover, marketing budgets and everything in between. The Marketer this week takes a look at the view from both sides. Tara Lordsmith moved from Simplot to work with small enterprises and Suey Cooper is putting her best foot forward, transitioning niche brand Vivobarefoot into a bigger player. Rosie Baker reports.
The most popular speaker on the global TED circuit landed in Australia this month for a flying visit to address hundreds of STW staffers on creativity – and a packed lunch of blue-chip marketers. Paul McIntyre was fascinated by Sir Ken Robinson’s take on the future of technology merging with the human mind within 20 years. Reality bytes.
The ‘First Kiss’ viral video shows the strength of understated branding, but many marketers are still scared to pull back, writes Rosie Baker.
We may just need machines in our heads to cope with cognitive overload from an ever-increasing onslaught of targeted ads, writes Paul McIntyre.
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