1. Introduction The objective of this report is to provide marketers with a practical guide to the essential principles, processes and practices surrounding the increasingly critical areas of product strategy and marketing. Digital has facilitated a growing proportion of business models to pivot towards direct-to-consumer propositions, and an ever-growing number of products to become services, […]
Developing Future Strategy: Long-Term Thinking for Marketers
This report explores how to integrate planning for the long-term future into an effective strategy in order to protect against disruption and ensure organisations are prepared for the next big change in business, technology or society at large.
Learning from Digital Disruptors Best Practice Guide
This report defines best practice strategies, tactics and approaches from disruptive brands and businesses and distils key learnings that marketers can usefully apply in their day-to-day roles.
Strategy and the coronavirus crisis
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues into its second year, many businesses are still reeling. From food service and travel to beauty and elective medicine, the novel coronavirus has left few industries unscathed. Even so, the pandemic will eventually ease and as mass vaccinations get underway, there is a light at the end of the tunnel […]
Retailers are increasingly beginning to turn to technology to solve the challenges presented by the Covid-19 era. Here are eight examples of tech innovations that are being used to improve the in-store shopping experience.
The theme for Day Two of the Festival of Marketing 2020 is ‘Delivering for Customers’. In the third session of the morning, Nina Bibby, Chief Marketing Officer at O2 delivered an insightful talk about how O2 navigated the coronavirus lockdown while putting the customer and their experience first.
During Day One of the Festival of Marketing 2020, Ella and Matthew Mills, founder and CEO, respectively, of Deliciously Ella, spoke about how the brand has dealt with the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic by rediscovering its start-up roots.
Dr. Cristina de Balanzo, Director at Walnut Unlimited, shares five findings of Walnut’s recent Covid-19 research and what they mean for brands.
For charities and non-profits, the Covid-19 crisis has been an extremely challenging time – but also one of opportunity. Econsultancy spoke to Lizi Zipser, Director of Strategy & Insights at Blue State, about how the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation in the third sector, and what that means for charitable organisations.
Learn what digital strategy means and the practical tips for developing your own.
The whys and hows of creating a strong digital brand presence.
Discover what disruption means and how you can learn from disruptors in your industry.
Four key digital trends that require special attention.
Objective and KPI setting, to budgeting for digital marketing, using data for planning, segmentation and targeting and customer journey mapping
How to make your marketing strategy quantified, agile and future-proofed.
Ways you can add value to people and organisations through your brand: how to build your brand and how to avoid breaking your brand.
Learn how the fusion of digital, classic tools and architecture offers unique capability to do positioning in real-time and at an individual level via dynamic personalisation.
Explore ways to achieve market orientation through a customer-focused approach and ensure engagement from your organisation.
How to make the most of the latest methods and digital data analytics to fully inform your customer insight planning.
Learn about how traditional models of distribution have changed and how digital has broken down the barriers to entry.
Where we are now and what is likely to happen in the world of digital. We discuss the big digital eras and their impact on marketing, as well as the key innovations, challenges and opportunities to prepare for.
The charity futureproofs its work by digitising its rehoming processes, upgrading its donation and ecommerce platforms, and establishing a content strategy.
The bagged salad brand used market segmentation techniques to gauge when its product was being consumed, which drove innovation and growth within the company.
Toyota Europe works with The&Partnership to build a platform that can tailor ads in real time based on audience preferences, leading to a 19% YoY increase in consideration for the AYGO car.
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Econsultancy Live, in association with Marketing Week, returns April 27th-28th to ask “What’s next for CX?”. The virtual conference will feature two days of talks all about customer experience post-pandemic, with tickets now available at our early bird rate.
Speed is often touted as the most important factor in online delivery, but research suggests that aspects like reliability, convenience, and cost are more valuable to today’s consumers.
Breaking into the Chinese market is a notorious challenge for many overseas brands, despite the appeal. Here’s how D2C footwear brand Allbirds has adapted to China.
The digital transformation of healthcare has been progressing at pace since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic; but in the midst of rapid innovation, earning the trust of consumers is still vital.
At Econsultancy Live, Summit’s Martin Corcoran and Rebecca Wilkes explored why the best principle of retail digital transformation is to “do the stuff that customers love, online” and which retailers are doing this successfully.
In a new age of remote healthcare, how is the internet of things enabling new forms of medical treatment, understanding and care?
Discover marketing strategy statistics with the ISD
Browse, save and export a range of marketing strategy statistics via the Internet Statistics Database, updated regularly to reflect the latest findings from the UK and around the world.