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What digital availability really means in B2B

B2B marketing is often centered around building sophisticated tech stacks to serve complex buyer journeys at scale. But has this been to the detriment of B2B brand building? We tackle the important topic of digital and mental availability in B2B and how B2B brands can get it right. Hosted by Andrea Glenn.

Balancing head and heart in leadership

Leading with empathy has the potential to yield significant results in business, but it’s often overlooked, underappreciated or imbalanced. In this episode, leaders draw on personal experiences to explore the intricate act of balancing head and heart in leadership, and how effectively leading by example can work wonders for agencies.

Redefining the agency "rockstar"

Agencyland is always looking for the next digital rockstar. That one person who will solve an agency's problems with one powerful chord. But is hiring a rockstar the most effective way to level up your agency, or is building a solid "rock band" team the way to go? We turn a magnifying glass on the reality of hiring shining stars, and how to harmonize uniquely diverse marketers to create a solid team greater than the sum of its parts.

Transforming agency and brand culture in the future of work

Agencies are increasingly in the business of organizational change, with marketers helping clients to shift their shape to the modern cultural landscape. But, for both brands and agencies themselves, what role does culture play as they gear up to face the future of work? We delve into how agencies and their brands can transform in line with the future of work and whether that's best led from the inside, or with outside help.

The real (human) cost of pitching

Pitching is more than just a commercial decision, it's also about culture. We take a practical deep dive into experiences with pitching (vs not pitching) and share the ups, the downs, and the very real lessons learned along the way.

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TikTok, Spotify and Shazam: what's changed in music marketing

In the latest episode of The Drum Network podcast, industry experts explore the evolving landscape of music marketing. Join Dare Balogun from M&C Saatchi Sports & Entertainment, Kristen Mitchell from Wasserman, Glenn Minerley from Momentum Worldwide and Sara Yazdani from Creativ Strategies as they discuss the impact of digital platforms, social media, and live performances on promoting artists, tracks and brands. Gain valuable insights into measuring success, navigating PR strategies, and the changing dynamics between artists, labels, and fans.

Scottish MP Pete Wishart on his unexpected political journey, the necessity of truth in political communication and his perspective on the House of Lords

Pete discusses his unexpected journey from a musician to Scotland's longest-serving member of Parliament, the challenges facing the SNP, the dynamics of the upcoming elections, and the future of Perth in the next five years. Don't miss this insightful conversation that goes beyond politics and explores the vibrant spirit of a changing city.

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From managing messaging in the Obama campaign to navigating the challenges of contemporary politics, Karin sheds light on the art of persuasion, the impact of managed communications and the evolving landscape of U.S. elections.

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