Supported by DM Trust, DMA Talent have produced a research report on the state of apprenticeships for the data and marketing industry, which reveals key insights into what is limiting apprenticeship uptake, as well as the opportunities that they can bring to an organisation.
How has the data and marketing industry reacted to the events of 2020? What’s happened to jobs and recruitment in a challenging economy? The latest insights from Hays UK shed light on the current and future state of the sector.
Join Olivia Gambelin, Founder and CEO, Ethical Intelligence and Firas Khnaisser, Head of Decisioning, Standard Life Aberdeen and Chair of DMA Scotland as we aim to gain a better understanding of data bias and how to tackle it.
The pandemic has fundamentally changed the world as we know it. People are living differently, buying differently and in many ways, thinking differently. Read on to learn from the DMA’s Customer Data Council if your business is prepared for digital transformation.
How are UK consumers surviving the latest lockdown? How has their behaviour changed over the last 12 months? What does it mean for brands and what should (or shouldn’t) they be doing to better engage customers? Read on to find out.
Join the DMA, REaD Group, Pact Coffee, Santander and ReynoldsBusbyLee as we delve into the world of the subscription economy. Hear from industry experts and gain insights as to whether pandemic-boosted customer behaviours will continue in a coronavirus-free world.
Uncertain times require anticipating and planning for multiple scenarios. For this reason, we would like to inspire you with new ideas to re-think the year ahead based on what your customers might be after. In this first article, we will focus on subscriptions, a trend that has seen a dramatic...