A typical day doesn’t really exist, but as the world and our industry continue to change at speed, it’s really important that we’re growing and evolving as a business alongside that, so a big part of the role is planning; thinking about what we need now, what we need in the future, how we’ll grow and the people we need to do it.
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As controversial as it’s been, the Coinbase Superbowl spot was incredibly smart. A real example of understanding culture, audience and brand to do something entirely, and arrestingly different, in one of the world’s biggest media moments. And a great example that bold, provocative thinking generates real business results.
I’m also really proud of our work on Johnnie Walker for similar reasons; it shows a deep understanding of culture, audience and brand to create real world change and results. We worked with the team at Johnnie Walker to get into the local culture of 24 markets around the world, as part of the latest chapter of the famous Keep Walking campaign. Through the themes that emerged, we identified social regeneration as an area in need of focus across the globe. Through local partnerships with cultural change-makers, we’ve started to revive community based social spaces; driving new meaning into ‘Keep Walking’ and opening the brand up to a younger audience.
Brands are increasingly being left outside of culture – skipped, scrolled, blocked, ignored. And the landscape has never been more crowded. Brands are no longer just competing for attention with other brands, they’re competing with all media ever made. So marketers have a choice: find ever more intrusive ways to break past the blockades, or find a more welcome way to show up. To be visible and valued today, brands need to actively contribute to culture – and focus on enriching people’s lives rather than barging their way in.