Would you like to become a Trustee of National Youth Ballet of Great Britain and help take this 30 year old Performing Arts Charity through an exciting period of growth?
Trend reports are everywhere at this time of year. What matters is the underlying patterns. Futurists are all about pattern recognition, and being able to decipher the important, emergent signals amidst the fads and fashions, and all the trend talk. Why does this matter? Well, because as hyped as it might sound, we will see more change in the next 5 years than we have in the last 250 years.
When Amelia Harvey and business partner, Mike Hodgson came across Kiwi gourmet yoghurt The Collective, they immediately saw the opportunity to launch the brand in the UK. Fast-forward three years and they're now accountable for 1.4% of a UK market worth £1.5Bn.
How do you stay true to your values in a rapidly changing world? How do you make your employees really care about your brand?
We heard wisdom and leadership insights from Sir Charlie Mayfield, chairman of the John Lewis Partnership.
Hearty congratulations to winners from the night - Sainsbury's for Brand of the Year and Richard Curtis for his Outstanding Leadership Award.
Three top B2B marketers talked about strategies that helped their brands win significant extra business in well established markets. Hiscox, Shell and Accenture joined us for a lively conversation, quizzed by business journalist Ray Snoddy.
At our Annual Lecture on Tuesday 9 April we heard from Lord Seb Coe, described as THE "Games Maker" of London 2012. He gave us a fascinating insight into what he believes to be the legacy of the Games - both to the UK and the wider world.
Katherine and Chris drew on the lessons they learned from Sydney through to the London Olympic Games.
They demonstrated how the principles they used to win gold at London 2012 apply in all areas of performance and how we can all use these skills in our every day lives.
Jessica Ennis, was awarded Brand Personality of the Year to a standing ovation at the iconic Roundhouse, London.
The first module is a highly stimulating three days which kick off the Marketing Leaders Programme with an introduction into Marketing Leadership from three perspectives: leading the business, leading people and teams and leading in practice.
A spirited conversation about inspiration, life and leadership between marketing author Alan Mitchell and John Lewis’s director of marketing, Craig Inglis, at Vivat Bacchus, London.
Held at Shoreditch House, chaired by Rosin Donnelly Corporate Marketing Director of P&G and our President during 2010 - 2011, these digital dinners are quite informal occasions where everyone participates in a discussion, whilst enjoying some delicious food and drink. Guests around the table included Ian Armstrong Honda, Sar Arshad Vodafone, Dominic Chambers LG Electronics and Nimai Swaroop RBS to name just a few.
We're expanding, with a hub of the Society in New Delhi launching in 2017.
This week we meet the Regional VP Communications at Tetra Pak Export.
What’s your golden rule?
Life is a journey on a speed train – look out the window, laugh a little and enjoy the scenery before the next stop.
As ever, the 2016 Marketing Society annual conference was awash with fantastic speakers.
We're delighted to be partnering with VSO again this year for their Christmas Carol Concert
What a stormer of a Global Conference from the Marketing Society this year. It certainly feels like they have grown into their new conference home at the British Film institute as the lofty interiors of The Opera House fade into distant memory. It was wonderful to be reminded by Ed Lu - a bona fide astronaut - to really appreciate what you have in life and how little you really need to be happy.