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A recent study by Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council and Adobe Systems has confirmed Australia as an early embracer of the digital economy and digital marketing across the Asia-Pacific region.
While analytics have been available to businesses for decades, but it has largely been the domain of business analysts and researchers. The rise of big data now places analytics firmly in the marketers court. Earlier in the year, a CMO Council and SAS reportindicated that only 26% of marketers leverage customer data and analytics to improve decisions, targeting and personalisation.
Things aren’t looking great across the Asia-Pacific region in terms of digital marketing as new figures indicate that marketers in APAC may be lagging behind when it comes to ROI metrics, talent and digital strategies.
The Chief Marketing Officer Council announced a new service, 4P Leadership Footprint Audit, as part of its Succeed by the Way You Lead professional development program.
The study was conducted by Adobe in partnership with the CMO Council.
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Speaking to B&T after the launch of the CMO Council/Adobe APAC digital performance dashboard, Abobe’s Senior Director of APAC Marketing Mark Phibbs and CMO Council VP of global programs and operations Liz Miller stressed marketers are missing out on business opportunities because their ways of enlisting potential clients are 'old fashioned' and 'off-centre'.
According to new research released by the CMO Council in partnership with Adobe Systems Incorporated, 41% of Australian marketers invest 25% or more of their total marketing budgets on digital. This was well ahead of any other APAC nation.
There are few places in the world where more people are tech-savvy and prone to digitalizing everything than Korea. Noted global marketing experts said Tuesday that it was high time local businesses took that high penetration of technology and applied more digital marketing as well as boosting the role of chief marketing officers (CMO) in business.
The CMO Council Africa Advisory Board Meeting is set to take place on Wednesday, 28 November 2012, via live tele-presence linking members and experts in Lagos, Nairobi, Johannesburg and Cape Town.
While a majority of Indian marketers are analytical and strategic in their approach to digital marketing, support from senior management and budget limitations are low compared to their foreign counterparts, states a survey conducted jointly by CMO Council and Adobe. Titled the APAC igital Marketing Performance Dashboard, the survey revealed that a mere 20 per cent of Indian marketers earmarked over a quarter of marketing budgets to digital marketing. This figure is expected to grow by another 10 per cent in the coming year.
A majority of advertisers across the Asia Pacific region will spend more than half of their marketing budget on digital channels within three years, according to Adobe.
While 40 percent of the global marketing companies are pushing for internal digital marketing, an Adobe Digital Index Survey found that only 15 percent of marketers across the Asia-Pacific region are looking to implement a digital marketing campaign.
Australian brands invest more in digital marketing than many of their counterparts in the Asia Pacific region including Singapore and South Korea, according to the Adobe/CMO Council Study.
Australia invests more in digital marketing than any other country in the Asia Pacific with a new study of showing that 41 per cent of Australian companies spend 25 per cent or more of their budgets on digital marketing.
Australia leads the Asia-Pacific region when it comes to digital marketing, a joint CMO Council/Abobe report suggests, but it still has plenty of room to grow.
Released Tuesday, a study by Adobe Systems and the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council showed that more than 90 percent of marketers in the region believed digital marketing can create a competitive advantage for their companies.
Australian marketers are outspending their Asian counterparts in both volume and sophistication when it comes to digital media, according to a new survey.
ISBA is planning to form a cross-industry initiative to improve the standing of marketing within companies after identifying that CMOs are becoming under-represented in the boardroom.
Digital marketing in Asia Pacific is facing a serious talent crunch. This was one of the key insights drawn from the “APAC Digital Marketing Performance Dashboard”, a research report done by the CMO Council, a worldwide professional association of senior marketeers.