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September 16, 2020


September 15, 2020

Mi3 – Russel Howcroft & Nine Radio boss Tom Malone on why media’s the most ruthless of Howcroft’s career

Russel Howcroft says media is the most ruthless industry, consulting the most influential but advertising the smartest.
September 9, 2020

Mi3 – Peter Tonagh on legacy media’s challenged future, backing niche players

Former News Corp and Foxtel CEO Peter Tonagh is a man on a mission to connect start-ups with big brands through marketplaces via media investment fund […]
September 1, 2020

Mi3 – From Napoleon III to Hyland: Havas plots empire expansion where culture and ideas trump tech

French-owned Havas Media last week acquired Australian independent agency Hyland. But both sides insist it’s not your average deal whereby a holding company swallows an indy.
August 25, 2020

Mi3 – Sorrell’s S4 Capital APAC CEO Michel de Rijk on why his boss couldn’t reinvent WPP

S4 is banking big time on tech firms like Adobe, Salesforce and Google for its growth and blending those capabilities with fast, borderless content production and […]
August 19, 2020

Mi3 – The myth of rationality: Why marketers need to rethink behavioural economics

Behavioural science is the trojan horse marketers need to get psychology back into business and the boardroom for innovation and growth.
August 12, 2020

Mi3 – Follow the money: Marketers must finally step up on digital ad supply chain

Nestle’s head of eStrategy, Marketing and Brand, Martin Brown, says 50% of advertiser digital budgets going to working media is “not good enough” – 70% should […]
August 4, 2020

Mi3: How Apple’s iOS tracking cull hits data governance

Appocalypse now: How Apple’s iOS tracking cull hits data governance, tech stacks, targeting and the $200bn mobile ad market.
July 28, 2020

Mi3: DDB ANZ’s new global CEO Martin O’Halloran signals big shift beyond ads

From Auckland to New York, the low-profile, former champion Australian rower has deliberately fired his first signal to the global DDB advertising network