Advice from top marketers across the industry
You (mostly) love your jobs, and you're even getting paid a bit more to do them, finds the latest survey of marketers' salaries. By Jane Simms.
Video editor Marina Schifrin has seen her resignation go viral.
How marketers can help to improve companies' talent-attraction strategies.
While help and guidance are crucial, experience also plays a significant role in one's career development. Here, Nabs asks some industry luminaries to share what they have learned with their younger selves.
A career in adland can be rewarding, but the industry needs to be more honest about career longevity, Zoe Osmond says.
Marketing reveals its annual list of next generation marketers.
From Myers-Briggs to Talent Q: everything you
always wanted to know about psychometric tests
How I got here
Gosia Kalicka is a founder and director of tech business Pictures Experience. She talks about an offer from London she couldn't refuse and choosing a job for work experience over money.
The Marketing Talent Report
Classically trained FMCG marketing directors could be approaching their use-by date. Nicola Clark asks what it takes to get ahead in an era when marketers are measured not just by their LinkedIn connections, but by how many patents they have register...
The rapid evolution of digital channels has led to a rise in demand for marketers with social-media, mobile and data-analysis skills. By Trevor Clawson.
We asked senior marketers about the attributes that make the biggest difference to their success stories. Their answers give a revealing insight into the factors and choices that have shaped their careers.
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My Secret Work Weapon
Susan Aubrey-Cound, chief executive, ecommerce, at A&N Media (DMGT).
Katie Sheppard, director of marketing and relationships at Match.com.
When the pressure is piling on, take a minute to think things through and clarify the task you are tackling.
Linda Plant, director of marketing, Radisson Edwardian Hotels.
My secret work weapon: Face-to-face interaction is the most effective way to engage and empower your team
My secret work weapon may not be considered ground-breaking, but the results certainly can be.
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