Recent experience in the first-ever Time Out Market in Lisbon got me thinking. Why a food hall, why now, and what can marketers and Boards learn?
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KISS has announced the appointment of David Isaacson to the role of Head of Strategy, Laura Ketteridge as Senior Account Manager, Lamour Nash as PR Account Executive and Olivia Halpin as Junior Designer. All four appointments follow a strong end to the agency’s financial year and form part of KISS’s ongoing plans to grow and continue to meet the needs of clients within the science, technology and education sectors.added by Miss Emma Mitchell 2 min Read
Last week, strategists of all persuasions assembled at Google HQ’s to attend the Account Planning Group's (APG) latest event, which focused on the balance of long-term and short-term planning. We listened to great minds from Saatchi & Saatchi, Mother and Adam&Eve during the firestorm of misbehaving technology. Great to see the pratfall effect in full operation here!added by Miss Emma Mitchell 2 min Read
Today’s news is generally depressing and often divisive. As I write, the obvious candidates are Trump, Brexit and the climate. But there are enduring lessons here for us as brand marketers.added by Miss Emma Mitchell 2 min Read
I really enjoyed the Rugby World Cup, and we should be pretty proud of how England played. I’ve always disliked sports analogies, and I’m not a rugby fanatic, but it got me thinking about the strategy paradox: how important it is to have both a clear, consistent strategy AND a plan for how to change it.added by Miss Emma Mitchell 2 min Read