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In our inaugural episode of Simplicity Talks, Robert Costelloe and Mitchell Kirkham-Cooper speak with John Matthews, strategy director for Europe, and Camilla Butcher, strategist in the Siegel+Gale London office.

Mitchell Kirkham-Cooper + Robert Costelloe

Simplicity Talks

Episode 1 – Perspectives from our London office

In our inaugural episode of Simplicity Talks, Robert Costelloe and Mitchell Kirkham-Cooper speak with John Matthews, strategy director for Europe, and Camilla Butcher, strategist in the Siegel+Gale London office.

Mitchell Kirkham-Cooper + Robert Costelloe

In this episode of Brand Matters, Ben Osborne, director of insights, EMEA, in London, discusses how brand owners can make the intangible tangible by focusing on brand contribution.

Ben Osborne

Brand Matters

On calculating brand contribution

In this episode of Brand Matters, Ben Osborne, director of insights, EMEA, in London, discusses how brand owners can make the intangible tangible by focusing on brand contribution.

Ben Osborne

SMPL Q&A is a blog feature in which we interview experts on all things relevant to branding, design and simplicity. In this Q&A we speak with Joseph Pack, strategy analyst, about brand experience and the evolving role of augmented reality.

Joseph Pack

SMPL Q+A

Joseph Pack on the future of augmented reality

SMPL Q&A is a blog feature in which we interview experts on all things relevant to branding, design and simplicity. In this Q&A we speak with Joseph Pack, strategy analyst, about brand experience and the evolving role of augmented reality.

Joseph Pack

In a world where data has become a common denominator across business units, marketers have a new assignment: demonstrate the value of your brand and show your work. Finding the value of a brand is complicated but we have a methodology that makes it simple.

Margaret Molloy

S+G Blog

Measuring brand value: A methodology that makes it simple

In a world where data has become a common denominator across business units, marketers have a new assignment: demonstrate the value of your brand and show your work. Finding the value of a brand is complicated but we have a methodology that makes it simple.

Margaret Molloy

Merging brands is a process that requires changing the point of view and inviting customers into a new initiative. It is important for the process of a merger or acquisition to be done sensibly and methodically, while utilising the company’s marketing and brand management capabilities. Liana Dinghile, executive strategy and development director at Siegel+Gale, talks about success, challenges and communications within an M&A framework.

Liana Dinghile

S+G Blog

Liana Dinghile discusses the recipe for success in M&A

Merging brands is a process that requires changing the point of view and inviting customers into a new initiative. It is important for the process of a merger or acquisition to be done sensibly and methodically, while utilising the company’s marketing and brand management capabilities. Liana Dinghile, executive strategy and development director at Siegel+Gale, talks about success, challenges and communications within an M&A framework.

Liana Dinghile

Behind every brand delivering simpler experiences for customers is a leader who recognizes the inherent value in keeping things simple. Here I interview leaders, often CMOs or CEOs, that we deem simplifiers. In this Simplifiers interview I speak with Diana O’Brien, CMO at Deloitte.

Margaret Molloy

Simplifiers

Diana O’Brien, CMO, Deloitte

Behind every brand delivering simpler experiences for customers is a leader who recognizes the inherent value in keeping things simple. Here I interview leaders, often CMOs or CEOs, that we deem simplifiers. In this Simplifiers interview I speak with Diana O’Brien, CMO at Deloitte.

Margaret Molloy

Mergers, acquisitions and spin-offs challenge even the most reputable and profitable companies. According to KPMG research, almost 70 percent of such deals actually reduce shareholder worth or have no impact—even after companies have spent significant time and resources on finances, operations and logistics. Meanwhile, in the pressure-cooker process of getting a deal done, the impact on the surviving brand is often put on the back burner—or neglected completely.

David B. Srere

S+G Blog

Winning with M&A: 6 questions to unlock brand potential

Mergers, acquisitions and spin-offs challenge even the most reputable and profitable companies. According to KPMG research, almost 70 percent of such deals actually reduce shareholder worth or have no impact—even after companies have spent significant time and resources on finances, operations and logistics. Meanwhile, in the pressure-cooker process of getting a deal done, the impact on the surviving brand is often put on the back burner—or neglected completely.

David B. Srere

Brands of today need to group their efforts on delivering the best ‘return on creativity’ to fuel their performance. It’s impossible for a brand to rise above the noise without creative strategies to help them shine. The current renaissance of technology has created huge challenges for brands, but they have also created a playground for creativity. In a Middle East-first, the berries interviewed Howard Belk, to discuss his thoughts on the current state of global creativity and how can brands leverage it.

Howard Belk

S+G Blog

The pivotal role of creativity in brand building: Q&A with Howard Belk

Brands of today need to group their efforts on delivering the best ‘return on creativity’ to fuel their performance. It’s impossible for a brand to rise above the noise without creative strategies to help them shine. The current renaissance of technology has created huge challenges for brands, but they have also created a playground for creativity. In a Middle East-first, the berries interviewed Howard Belk, to discuss his thoughts on the current state of global creativity and how can brands leverage it.

Howard Belk

Behind every brand delivering simpler experiences for customers is a leader who recognizes the inherent value in keeping things simple. Here I interview leaders, often CMOs or CEOs, that we deem simplifiers. In this Simplifiers interview I speak with Douwe Bergsma, CMO at Georgia-Pacific.

Margaret Molloy

Simplifiers

Douwe Bergsma, CMO, Georgia-Pacific

Behind every brand delivering simpler experiences for customers is a leader who recognizes the inherent value in keeping things simple. Here I interview leaders, often CMOs or CEOs, that we deem simplifiers. In this Simplifiers interview I speak with Douwe Bergsma, CMO at Georgia-Pacific.

Margaret Molloy

The rationale behind most high-profile acquisitions is usually evident – to bolster technological capabilities, integrate vertically or expand into new categories, among them. How do these acquisitions fit into a company's existing brand architecture? Perry Lowder explores this relationship.

Siegel+Gale

S+G Blog

What impact do acquisitions have on brand architecture?

The rationale behind most high-profile acquisitions is usually evident – to bolster technological capabilities, integrate vertically or expand into new categories, among them. How do these acquisitions fit into a company's existing brand architecture? Perry Lowder explores this relationship.

Siegel+Gale