Profile: Jeremy Gilley

The man marketing world peace

Mark Ritson is is the PPA Columnist of The Year for business media in 2013. Mark has a PhD in marketing and has been a faculty member at some of the world's leading business schools, including MIT and Melbourne Business School. He has worked extensively as a consultant for some of the largest brands in the world. His former clients include McKinsey, Adidas, PepsiCo, GlaxoSmithKline, Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, Baxter, De Beers, Ericsson, Sephora, and WD40. For eight years, he has also served as advisor and in-house professor for LVMH, the world's largest luxury group.

Ritson

Beckham’s scored an own goal in Haig Club signing

17 April 2014 | By Mark Ritson

Too many endorsements spread across products where Beckham lacks expertise will gradually dilute and undermine his long term branding potential.

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Retailers are gearing up for Easter, but few are running marketing campaigns that stand out

Thu, 17 Apr 2014 | By Sarah Vizard

The usual round of cute chicks, chocolate eggs and DIY ads abound, but Easter is a holiday that could be so much more.

Mindi Chahal

Brands need to research strengths to compete

Wed, 16 Apr 2014 | By Mindi Chahal

Insight could help brands play on the strengths of their business. 

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

Too many endorsements spread across products where Beckham lacks expertise will gradually dilute and undermine his long term branding potential.

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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