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Over the past week, we have been recruiting for a number of positions at Marketing Eye and Robotic Marketer, and I have realised just different one marketer is to another.

There are so many different types of marketing managers and marketing executives in the market looking for jobs.

The work, life balance marketer

Published in Marketing
At my age, I have seen a lot and in the past six months, I have had two friends die from drug overdoses. They were hugely successful in their careers, and no-one saw it coming. Perhaps they were accidental overdoes, or maybe they chose this path, but it begs the question - what responsibility do we have as friends, family and employers of people who are suffering from addiction, anxiety and depression?
Published in Culture
There's a changing of the guard coming up in the next few years, and I can see it very clearly. I have a 20 year old niece who has nearly finished University and has received High Distinctions and Distinctions in everything she has done (Marketing and Human Resources) as well as worked full-time for three years at Marketing Eye, played sport and had an active social life.

Stress is rare, as she just takes life in her stride. She is a role model and the future, someone that young women and men should look up to.
Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 23 June 2015 09:56

Why toxic people kill company culture

Unfortunately, most entrepreneurs have experienced a toxic employee. They are the one's whose glass is half empty. They constantly complain, nitpick, bitch, gossip and in general have an underlying mean spirit.
Published in Management
Monday, 06 October 2014 00:00

When Your Ex-Boss Haunts Twitter

I am sitting in my hotel room in Atlanta reading the New York Times, as I do most Sunday's.

For me, it's the best newspaper in the world, with no other comparing to the ability of the NY Times to cover intelligent, thought-provoking stories that are based on facts, rather than a publicist's spin or worse, a journalist that is just trying to make headlines.

As I read through the business section I came across this:
Published in Marketing