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Monday, 22 January 2018 08:21

Making your mark in life



Have you reached your 40's and realised you haven't made your mark yet? Don't stress, it's not too late. 
Published in Mellissah Smith
Monday, 08 January 2018 09:46

Marketing to Generation Z

There’s speculation that over the last year Generation Z was actually more valuable to most organisations than millennials – why, and what does this mean for businesses and marketers? Is your brand ready to speak to Gen Z’s?
Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 19 December 2017 09:27

Replacing the conventional agency model

There was once a real reason why big agencies had such a stronghold on anyone serious about marketing their company - but somehow that has fast become something of the past.

When I started out in agency world, it was the big brand agencies who every company wanted looking after their brands. Fast track 20 odd years, and now it's the small agencies and startups that are completely disrupting the market.
Published in Marketing
Friday, 15 December 2017 07:33

There is no place I would rather work

When you wake up and race to the office each day, not out of necessity but because you are can't wait to turn on your laptop and hang with your team - you know you are doing something right.

My job isn't what you think. Yes, I own a marketing company, but given that we have a true flat organisational structure, I don't manage anyone, or anything for that matter. Instead, my days are full of creativity, writing, celebrating, brainstorming and general engagement with the people that work at Marketing Eye.
Published in Marketing
Thursday, 14 December 2017 08:09

Is your marketing all talk and no action?

You realise that your sales figures are not what they should be, or that you want to make that quantum leap to the next level as a business, and marketing is going to help you get there - but there is a catch, and that's where you get caught.

So often entrepreneurs, sales managers, marketing managers and other key stakeholders have bold ideas on how they can make their company more successful. They get all excited about what they are going to do, and quite often get all the people around them on the same page believing that the company is about to reach new heights - then, nothing happens.
Published in Marketing
It's that time of year, when we all start to feel the pinch. What is it that we want to achieve by the years end and what will 2018 look like.

For many of us, we have kicked some goals in 2017, but didn't quite stick to our New Years' Resolutions. If you are constantly on the improve, and wanting to grow as an individual, and in your careers or business, you know that you have to work out what is stopping you from reaching your full potential.
Published in Entrepreneurship
If you have found yourself on a steep learning curve over the past few years, don't become complacent, because doing just that will make you irrelevant, and I know this first hand.
Published in Marketing
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:07

What if the world was watching?

A late afternoon flight back from Sydney saw me do something I never do - and that is watch a movie from Sydney to Melbourne. The movie in question was The Circle. Emma Watson, once again excels in her role with a social media company as an intern come celebrity leader, showcasing the fickle, yet real world of social media fame.
Published in Marketing
Reality Check: Robots haven’t just landed in the workplace – they are already expanding their skills, increasing productivity and retention rates, and moving up the corporate ladder. As technology continues to bring unprecedented improvements into the workplace that essentially streamline processes and creates efficiency, employees will really need to start thinking about their value and worth to an organisation. 
Published in Management
Thursday, 02 November 2017 08:13

What the future workforce looks like

“Humans and machines – each on their own – won’t be enough to drive businesses in the coming decades. Tomorrow’s leading enterprises will be those that know how to meld the two effectively” – Accenture.

It’s those forward-thinking businesses who have adopted robotics, automation software and technologies, that have increased their productivity by over 200% evidence suggest. This helps re-affirm what the future workforce will look like: human and digital interaction on a daily basis.
Published in Marketing
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