July 2009 - Marketing Eye
Having read the Herald Sun on Thursday, I have to say, I can’t help myself!
It always amazes me that from the corridors of a big corporation that consistently moves with the times, that they in fact always know what to support and what not to. Does the CEO talk to other CEO’s to see what they are doing, or are the marketing departments so switched on that they just don’t miss a beat?
The campaign is one of the most ‘in your face’ campaigns to corporate that I have seen that doesn’t involve abuse, alcoholism or cigarette smoking.
There are many things dear to my heart and breast cancer and the effects of it are one of them.
This morning I didn’t want to get out of bed. It’s cold, my bed’s warm and the TV was on.
Eventually after my alarm bell rang for the 9th time, I hopped out of my snuggly bed and headed for the shower as I do 7 mornings a week.
Time for a new brand?Where should a business begin when thinking about re-branding?
There are rule of thumbs – but beware. Like most things in marketing, not everything is for everyone.
Believe it or not, brand makeovers are not simply a response to businesses in a downward spiral. Successful companies revamp their brands just as much as ones that have experienced a downturn in their fortunes.