The £4.5bn untapped market: Results speak louder than words.
Season 3, Ep. 3
In this unmissable conversation about the Multi-Ethnic consumer, Ian chats with Lydia Amoah, CEO of Backlight and author of the acclaimed Black Pound Report. With a disposable income of over £4.2Billion annually, the Black, Asian and Multi-Ethnic consumer is without a doubt one of the most untapped audiences within the UK. Lydia is recognised as one of Britain’s leading authorities on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and shares her experience dealing with brands who have not only adopted the moral obligations behind DEI, but have capitalised on the economic reasons and driven growth in their bottom line. Can your brand afford not to invest in this audience? Listen now to find out more.
Tuesday, March 7, 2023
Pause. Assess. Be Bold. Repeat.
Season 3, Ep. 2
Ian chats with Kelly Parker, CEO of Wavemaker to discuss new ways for marketers to think about driving exponential growth. Since the industry has been in a constant state of flux over the past few years, Kelly’s gives her observations on how marketers’ behaviours have changed over the last few years, and who is standing out for the right reasons when it comes to growing brands. Listeners can use these challenges to their advantage to act boldly and step up their advertising strategies. Exponential growth requires uncomfortable change - are you bold enough?
Tuesday, February 7, 2023
The Public is your only critic.
Season 3, Ep. 1
Ian chats with Zoe Harrison (1854) and Janet Guest (JCDecaux) to discuss the annual national photography competition Portrait of Britain. The joint venture between JCDecaux and the British Photography Journal uses out of home screens to turn Britain into a national gallery, showcasing people across genders, geographies and generations. Photos of the public, by the public, in public, serves as a reminder of the broadness and diversity of audiences across the country. Find out how you can use the power of the public screen to amplify your message across every diverse audience in Britain today.
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
Adapt or Die: The Macroeconomic and Structural changes affecting Advertising today.
Season 2, Ep. 4
The macroeconomic effects being endured by the ad industry are commonly documented in recent years, but are there more fundamental structural changes underway? Daniel Knapp, Chief Economist for the International Advertising Bureau shares his insights on where ad markets are heading, and the recipe companies can follow to keep up. Slowing digital ad performance, unrealised ecommerce forecast, and social media content disruptors are requiring advertisers to rethink strategies. Listen to what Ian and Daniel have to say and how you can steer your marketing plan to remain competitive.