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To better comprehend the current landscape and illuminate the road ahead, we turned to our community of CMOs. Our latest study provides an exclusive oral history of how 26 global CMOs processed COVID-19. These leaders shared their insights into what it has been like living and working over the past several months. The decisions made by these CMOs are characterized by tremendous tension—protecting employees’ safety and revenues, supporting the community and keeping the enterprise healthy, being distinct from other brands while aligning with people’s shifting concerns and behaviours.

Margaret Molloy

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In their words: The skills used by global CMOs to navigate COVID-19

To better comprehend the current landscape and illuminate the road ahead, we turned to our community of CMOs. Our latest study provides an exclusive oral history of how 26 global CMOs processed COVID-19. These leaders shared their insights into what it has been like living and working over the past several months. The decisions made by these CMOs are characterized by tremendous tension—protecting employees’ safety and revenues, supporting the community and keeping the enterprise healthy, being distinct from other brands while aligning with people’s shifting concerns and behaviours.

Margaret Molloy

Billy Kingsland penned a byline where he identified three factors that defines simplicity in communication now and always. Our co-CEO (and bike enthusiast) David Srere spoke to Adweek about the recent bike boom. Earlier this year, we interviewed 26 CMOs to assess how their priorities and tactics changed in light of COVID-19. Retail Reset interviewed  Brian Rafferty to learn … Continued

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Billy Kingsland penned a byline where he identified three factors that defines simplicity in communication now and always. Our co-CEO (and bike enthusiast) David Srere spoke to Adweek about the recent bike boom. Earlier this year, we interviewed 26 CMOs to assess how their priorities and tactics changed in light of COVID-19. Retail Reset interviewed  Brian Rafferty to learn … Continued

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In April and May, we interviewed a panel of CMOs to assess how their priorities and tactics changed in light of COVID-19. The situation has evolved significantly since then, so Retail TouchPoints' Alicia Esposito caught up with our Global Director, Business Analytics & Insights Brian Rafferty to see what has changed and what marketers need to know. Learn how to reassess your brand’s mission and values and use marketing to reaffirm purpose and drive value for your consumers.

Brian Rafferty

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TouchPoints TV: Using marketing to reaffirm purpose and value

In April and May, we interviewed a panel of CMOs to assess how their priorities and tactics changed in light of COVID-19. The situation has evolved significantly since then, so Retail TouchPoints' Alicia Esposito caught up with our Global Director, Business Analytics & Insights Brian Rafferty to see what has changed and what marketers need to know. Learn how to reassess your brand’s mission and values and use marketing to reaffirm purpose and drive value for your consumers.

Brian Rafferty

There are plenty of words and phrases that many of us would be happy never to hear again. Quantitative easing. Congestion charging. And for England football fans ‘penalty shoot-out’ almost always invokes fear beyond measure.

Philip Davies

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Simply safe, rather than distant

There are plenty of words and phrases that many of us would be happy never to hear again. Quantitative easing. Congestion charging. And for England football fans ‘penalty shoot-out’ almost always invokes fear beyond measure.

Philip Davies

This article originally appeared on Forbes Are there any benefits to working remotely, caused by the pandemic? Siegel+Gale, the global brand experience firm, talked with 26 marketing leaders from some of the world’s top brands, including CVS Health, Goldman Sachs, Fandango, NHL, Petco and Pfizer, on conducting business in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. What … Continued

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New study on the upside of being shut down: CMOs identify business benefits

This article originally appeared on Forbes Are there any benefits to working remotely, caused by the pandemic? Siegel+Gale, the global brand experience firm, talked with 26 marketing leaders from some of the world’s top brands, including CVS Health, Goldman Sachs, Fandango, NHL, Petco and Pfizer, on conducting business in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. What … Continued

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Forbes covered our latest CMO study, “In Their Words: 26 CMOs on navigating COVID-19.” Co-CEO + Chief Creative Officer Howard Belk spoke to Bloomberg about corporate America commemorating Juneteenth. ANA interviewed co-CEO + Chief Strategy Officer David Srere about how brands have seized on opportunities to help in the fight against COVID-19. CMO Margaret Molloy penned a piece … Continued

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Forbes covered our latest CMO study, “In Their Words: 26 CMOs on navigating COVID-19.” Co-CEO + Chief Creative Officer Howard Belk spoke to Bloomberg about corporate America commemorating Juneteenth. ANA interviewed co-CEO + Chief Strategy Officer David Srere about how brands have seized on opportunities to help in the fight against COVID-19. CMO Margaret Molloy penned a piece … Continued

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Now, more than ever, purpose is playing a vital role in helping us navigate unprecedented strains on the economic and physical health of the world. But through it all there are bright spots with brands that not only articulate a purpose but are defined by it. It’s the difference between having a social purpose—and being socially useful. When executed well, purpose helps brands connect to people in a relevant and valuable way. How can brands be socially useful in the COVID-19 world? 

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Brands are racing to help with COVID-19, but is their social purpose socially useful?

Now, more than ever, purpose is playing a vital role in helping us navigate unprecedented strains on the economic and physical health of the world. But through it all there are bright spots with brands that not only articulate a purpose but are defined by it. It’s the difference between having a social purpose—and being socially useful. When executed well, purpose helps brands connect to people in a relevant and valuable way. How can brands be socially useful in the COVID-19 world? 

Siegel+Gale

This article originally appeared on ANA. The news didn’t sit well with supermarket chain Publix: Footage of U.S. farmers destroying fields’ worth of produce and dumping thousands of gallons of milk that they could no longer sell due to the coronavirus. “When we saw these visuals, the cross-functional teams got together and said, ‘Here’s the problem. How … Continued

David Srere

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Brands are rallying to fight the coronavirus

This article originally appeared on ANA. The news didn’t sit well with supermarket chain Publix: Footage of U.S. farmers destroying fields’ worth of produce and dumping thousands of gallons of milk that they could no longer sell due to the coronavirus. “When we saw these visuals, the cross-functional teams got together and said, ‘Here’s the problem. How … Continued

David Srere

This article originally appeared on ANA Amanda Moore, senior manager of integrated marketing and partnerships at the nonprofit Loggerhead Marinelife Center, knows what a challenge it can be to attract and retain younger marketing professionals. Moore can’t afford hefty paychecks and annual bonuses to hire the types of scrappy marketing candidates she needs to raise … Continued

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The keys to attracting young marketing talent

This article originally appeared on ANA Amanda Moore, senior manager of integrated marketing and partnerships at the nonprofit Loggerhead Marinelife Center, knows what a challenge it can be to attract and retain younger marketing professionals. Moore can’t afford hefty paychecks and annual bonuses to hire the types of scrappy marketing candidates she needs to raise … Continued

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A new human normal

Think of this as a “KonMari” moment for brands: A chance to strip away the layers of overwrought — and over-thought — messaging and identity, and focus on what makes them part of the global community. To key in on what gives them purpose, and what truly delivers joy to their customers, their partners and their employees.

Siegel+Gale

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A new human normal

Think of this as a “KonMari” moment for brands: A chance to strip away the layers of overwrought — and over-thought — messaging and identity, and focus on what makes them part of the global community. To key in on what gives them purpose, and what truly delivers joy to their customers, their partners and their employees.

Siegel+Gale