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Ever wondered how some of the biggest businesses on earth are getting closer to their customers than ever before? Join hosts Jules Lund and Tom Hern as they speak to some of Australia and New Zealand’s best creative minds to unearth ideas that thrive in a connected world. In the latest series, we’re bound for New Zealand to learn how marketers are working across platforms to drive real business outcomes. Discover how to build on consumer love with brands like Whittaker’s, transform a struggling retail giant with The Warehouse Group, and unite a nation with the New Zealand Olympic Committee.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.1 stars from 89 ratings
Good idea, poor execution
The unnecessary dramatic music and bass made it start sounding like a murder mystery podcast.... it really started to grind into my brain. Struggled to listen to the whole thing but really wanted to hear what Jasmine had to say.
mtilds8 via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 11/17/19
Great content!
Please release more episodes 😇
24563-Jane via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/18/19
Great to get into the minds of the peeps I follow on LinkedIn. Nice to hear those ups and downs.
Nay_Young via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/13/19
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Published 11/17/19
Published 11/17/19
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Published 11/10/19
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