Nick Wilding, General Manager at AXELOS leads the Cyber Resilience Best Practice division which puts people at the heart of an organisation’s cyber resilience strategy and response, enabling them to effectively recognise, respond to and recover from cyber-attacks.
The healthcare industry is fast-paced and patients are increasingly adopting consumer like behaviour as they hunt for their own healthcare answers. The industry presents many unique challenges that push healthcare marketers to think of new ways to market services and products.
Tech giants, major retailers and logistic companies alike have dubbed drones the future of e-commerce fulfilment. With the likes of Amazon, Google, UPS, JD.com, DHL and other retail and logistic companies around the world all testing drone delivery services and systems.
Retail marketing is always evolving with new technologies and changing customer needs forcing retailers and brands to adapt quickly or face extinction. Here's what you need to know about the five trends that are changing the shape of shopper marketing and setting the pace in this new era.
The term “frugal innovation” describes a significant shift occurring in the business world: the drive to deliver high-quality products and services at affordable prices.
In marketing, it often means working smarter with fewer resources, and though it was first coined in reference to products designed for low-income consumers in developing countries, the idea has taken root as a guiding principle for marketers the world over looking to improve the customer experience.
For many of them, the need to do more with less is hardly an idle concern: a survey of global marketers showed only 52% planned to increase marketing budgets last year, the lowest proportion since 2012. A separate survey of US marketers showed spend on international marketing dropping from 22% of overall marketing budget to 17% from February to August of last year.
Yet the number of channels marketers must address continues to grow. The need for transparency and marketing efficiency is clear. How are marketers planning to work smarter and do more with less?
When it comes to symbols, the smile reigns supreme. Its one connotation — happiness — is undisputed the world over. Yet despite the smile’s universal appeal, research suggests that culture affects our perceptions of it in unexpected ways.