This year’s theme centred on the idea of ‘Transforming retail today, tomorrow and beyond’ to survive in an age of disruption. Retail leaders – Dr. Sean Sands and Dr. Violet Lazarevic – thoughtfully took to the stage and shared their global perspective on these interruptions and trends affecting our industry. Their presentation included key findings from the Global Retail Index plus learnings from their attendance at the 2015 Congress in Rome.
What’s Shaping Consumers’ Minds?
As a sales and marketing agency, we’re all over it.
Here’s a snapshot of the latest trends and developments shaping our sales, marketing, and retail environment.
As part of ACRS Retail Insights Seminar – sponsored by CPM Australia – high-level speakers joined together in Melbourne recently to explore the challenges and opportunities faced by organisations in the current and future retail market.
In a situation of retail revolution rather than evolution, long-successful brands are battling to maintain relevance. Speaking in Melbourne at the ACRS Retail Insights Seminar –sponsored by CPM Australia – Dr. Sean Sands, Research Director at the Australian Centre for Retail Studies (ACRS), said retail disruption was a key concern for global brands today given the rapid and accelerating pace of change in the sales environment.
Providing perspectives on the challenges brands face in breaking through the marketing clutter to engage with consumers, key thought leaders united to share their insights regarding retail activation in the modern marketplace. Sponsored by CPM, the seminar took place in Melbourne over breakfast as part of the ACRS Retail Insights Seminar.
Sydney, Sept. 22, 2015 – retail marketing agency Retail Safari – part of CPM Australia – has secured one of the industry’s leading retail marketing operators, announcing the appointment of Nabih (Nabs) Awad as group account director.
The August edition of The CEO Magazine includes Andrew Potter, CPM Australia’s Managing Director, interview on how CPM has been providing outsourced sales and marketing services to some of Australia’s most well-known brands for the past two decades and isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Continue Reading…
For many years, Brand Ambassadors have been a ubiquitous part of the shopping environment. Used as a standard in-store promotional tactic by grocery and non-grocery manufacturers alike, their traditional role has predominantly involved increasing brand awareness, as well as driving sales. However, in recent years we have been observing changes in the Australian market, which in turn has led to an increasing sophistication in the role of Brand Ambassadors. Continue Reading…