What makes a professional the 2019 Marketer of the Year? It’s more than them earning your respect. Target Marketing is looking for brand marketers — not vendors or agency professionals — whose careers embody everything that’s great about marketing. We also want your nominations for the brightest Rising Stars.
As women assume expanded marketing leadership roles in our field, it’s well worth taking some notes. Recently, DMCNY held a Women in Leadership networking event, bringing women leaders and learners together to talk about their experiences, and provide a little coaching I believe we all might use.
You can nominate our 2016 Target Marketer of the Year. Clicking on the Web form here allows you to fill in who you think represents the best marketer for 2016, because this person embodies the best marketing has to offer — professional accomplishment, integrity, innovation and service to the marketing community.
Logically, women could be the hiring managers for the highest executive position in the country. Considering women compose the majority of the population, chances are these voters won’t make Hillary Clinton go searching in the men’s restroom for the position’s description — as Lara Shackelford, CMO of Altify, had to do for one of her first marketing leadership positions.
Dawn Zier, CEO of the weight-loss firm Nutrisystem, Inc., and 2014 Target Marketing Marketer of the Year, shares her views on the role of marketing technology in her company’s future.
Sustainability in business is often referred to as "the triple bottom line"—financial, environmental and social. This past week, I had the opportunity to see firsthand how we—as marketers—address social sustainability, specifically our fostering of human resources and marketing talent. It is a critical need