The practice of marketing has undergone many changes in recent times. Come 'back to school' for a day; Come to ESADE for the first Marketing Day: Full time professors will drive 4 ESADE Executive Education sessions to bring you up to date about what is new and great in Marketing, exploring ways in wich you can improve your performance on new critical business skills.
The Marketing Day is a unique opportunity for Marketing Club members to spend some time building your professional capabilities. It is also a great occasion to connect and share experiences with other Marketing Club members during coffee break and lunch.
Manu Carricano: ''A data science toolbox for marketers''
In today’s business world, big data & analytics seem to act as a great wall separating the modern organization from the mass, analytically born companies disrupting almost all sectors. Beyond disruption, data analytics can offer a new competitive advantage to traditional companies too. Highly data-driven organizations for example, are three times more likely to report significant improvement in decision-making. The objective of this session, therefore, is to understand how leading companies are putting data at the service of a real-time and granular customer orientation, in order for brands to be ready in the moments consumers need to know, go, do or buy.
Bart de Langhe: ''Marketing in the age of perfect information''
We are in the midst of an upheaval in the way consumers make decisions. The rise of online reviews has led some to argue that consumers are now making more informed and rational decisions, and that the power of brands and traditional marketing tactics is waning. Professor Bart de Langhe will share fundamental insights about how the mind works and describe implications for data-driven decisions. What are the implications for marketing?
Lluis Martinez-Ribes (Lic&MBA 76): ''Semiotics vs. semantics: who’s the winner?''
One beautiful morning Semiotics and Semantics met on the street. They started to discuss. “If something is cool, people will like it. Anything appealing attracts, said Semiotics. “Well, that doesn’t always make sense, replied Semantics. Who is right? During this interactive session, we will see, from the neuroscience point of view, which of these two sides pleases the brain the most. We will also work on practical implications for products, packaging, and services, including B2B.
Marco Bertini: ''Neuroscience: competing on outcomes''
Customer orientation is the defining mantra of the 21st-century organization. We have been trained to see the market from the eyes of those we serve, thinking in terms of solutions rather than products and services. Yet even the most customer-loving enterprise reverts to old habits when it comes to turning value into dollars and cents. Rather than taking a hard look at customers and what they need and want, we take a hard look at what we make. This has become a problem as today’s customers and governments demand transparency and accountability. The session describes this emerging reality via several examples that give the audience a roadmap and straightforward advice on how to orchestrate a revenue strategy fit for modern times.
This event will be held in English.
No cancellations may be made in 48 hours prior to the event. Since the number of places is limited, places will be assigned in strict order of inscription.
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