Profile: Jeremy Gilley

The man marketing world peace

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Unilever CEO Paul Polman and Jeremy Gilley

Profile: Jeremy Gilley, Peace One Day

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 | By Lucy Tesseras

Film-maker Jeremy Gilley is on a mission to unite the world through non-profit organisation Peace One Day and is partnering brands including Unilever, Coca-Cola, Innocent and Ocado to spread the word.

The Secret Marketer

Customer inertia – the force that marketers fear most

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 | By Secret Marketer

The biggest challenge for new entrants is getting customers to leave their trusted brand and try a new one. 

marc mathieu

“Brands by the people, for the people, will always flourish”

17 April 2014 | By Marc Mathieu

People and businesses are inextricably linked.

Ritson

“Beckham’s scored an own goal in Haig Club signing”

17 April 2014 | By Mark Ritson

Heartfelt congratulations to David Beckham on signing on to be part of the team to launch a new whisky brand called Haig Club. The House of Haig has been around for more than four centuries but current owner Diageo has announced it is preparing for the global launch of the new Club sub-brand with Beckham “playing a fundamental ...

Ruth Mortimer

“Global peace is not just an ethical ideal – it helps the bottom line too”

17 April 2014

If you were to list the most difficult jobs in the world, establishing world peace would probably sit at number one.

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High street habits

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 | By Jonathan Bacon

Research reveals product and price are most important in retail, followed by environment.

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The fabric of etail is changing

17 April 2014 | By Lucy Tesseras

A one-size fits all approach to online retail is no longer good enough. Consumers want a personal touch and will be more inclined to spend with retailers that can provide a relevant and tailored experience.