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Adobe chief tech advisor: Why it's time for a reset in digital and data thinking

Adobe’s recent 2022 Digital Trends Report across Asia-Pacific paints a clear picture of digital’s significance today and into the future on CX. It found A/NZ businesses in particular are set to outstrip other global regions in customer experience investment in 2022 in response to the pandemic-induced surge in new digital consumers and online behaviours. Challenges in coping with these changes remain, however.

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6 must-take steps when building your organisation’s personalisation strategy

During the recent Adobe Summit, personalisation strategy leaders from two dominant global retailers – M&S and Victoria’s Secret – shared key steps they’d taken to build out respective personalisation strategies, from measurement frameworks and initial business cases to how to find the right areas of personalisation first, goal setting, cultural buy-in and more.

Strategy

Why Coles is ramping up investment in a customer data platform

The supermarket shopping experience of the future will not only be driven by seamless and personalised omnichannel experiences that mitigate friction in the buyer journey for customers, they’ll be predictive, Coles’ technology and customer experience chief says.

Digital Marketing

Why Boost Lab went all-in on digital marketing and data

No one would recommend starting a business as a pandemic hits. Yet that’s just what happened with beauty business, Boost Lab. Moving rapidly from the original retail concept to online was less of a pivot and more of a necessity for the brand.

Digital Marketing

OAIC: Australian data breaches rise in last 6 months of 2021

The latest Office of Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) Notifiable Data Breach Report has been released, highlighting a rise in incidences over the last six months of 2021 as well as the need for organisations to step up their reporting game.

Digital Marketing

12 martech trends to watch in 2022

It’s been another year of growing sophistication across the marketing technology landscape. As artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced automation progress, capabilities being introduced into the ever-growing array of martech stacks and customer engagement technologies is exploding. In the second of our special edition predictions reports, CMO takes a look at what’s in store for marketing technology innovation and utilisation in the coming year.

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The real cost of doing customer service badly

Headlines of unacceptable waiting times to get onto Qantas will have many brand owners, chief executives and boards thinking, ‘thank goodness that is not us’. But Qantas isn’t the only company being inundated with calls with no reprieve in sight, it’s just dominating headlines right now.

Kath Blackham

CEO, Versa

The 15 most-common persuasion mistakes

As workers across the country slowly head back to the office, many of us might have forgotten how to deal with one another in person and the best way to persuade someone in a working environment.

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Author, consultant

5 commonly missed opportunities when marketing to multicultural customers

The latest census data shows Australia has become a majority migrant nation for the first time. According to the new national data, more than 50 per cent of residents were born overseas or have a migrant parent.

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