CMO of parent company for Thomson and First Choice brands departs.
Thomson MD David Burling outlines the holiday company’s priorities for 2015.
Nokia, TUI, BA and Microsoft stress the importance of recruiting young talent to survive in the digital era.
Digital investment has meant ‘customers are becoming our best marketers’, company says.
Veterinary charity’s marketing “under review” following appointment.
Tourism board vows to continue with marketing activity as nationwide riots enter their second week.
Thomson shifts focus of marketing to its differentiated hotel offerings.
TUI marketing analysis
Marketers must mix the science of automation with the art of creativity for success in 2014.
Brands are stepping up their use of digital platforms to offer users even more sophisticated levels of engagement and interactivity.
Knowing when research is needed and when it’s appropriate to go with a gut feeling is vital for brands.
Dixons, Habitat and Topps Tiles are experimenting with new shop formats to help prevent ‘showrooming’ and figures suggest it is working.
TUI brand campaigns
ASA will not investigate 93 complaints ad trivialised disability.
Thomson’s new year marketing campaign attracts 80 complaints to the ASA.
Ads will tell the story of how “Simon the Ogre” is restored after a Thomson holiday.
Claims there are no perception problems despite several high profile groundings.
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Thomas Cook restructure sees group CMO oversee UK marketing.
The number of digital outdoor sites is growing and many are adding real-time messaging to the mix. What can this deliver brands beyond the wow factor?
Airline says improving brand affinity, helped by launch of allocated seating, is driving up demand.
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British Airways retains agency BBH but adds extra firepower to comms strategy.
A new study reveals the UK’s happiest brands and how they instil an emotional connection with consumers.
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International businesses are flocking to London as part of European expansion plans but what can UK brands learn from their new neighbours?
Professor Byron Sharp argues that reach not frequency grows brands, yet digital means are encouraging greater loyalty finds new research.
There is no planning for those bad luck moments that disrupt a marketing strategy.
Those organisations which have invested in training around brand personality claim that it is well worth the effort - despite the difficulties in proving return on investment.
The recent taxi blockade of London was about as misplaced as it gets.
As the economy strengthens I expect more “all you can eat” propositions for customers.
From stadium-style sportswear shops to user-friendly currency exchanges at Heathrow’s new Terminal 2, service design is redefining the way marketers look at retail.
With the World Cup kicking off in less than two weeks, is your brand ready for the world’s biggest sporting event since the 2012 Olympic Games?
The hardest thing for any organisation to change is brand perception.