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Topic: Marketer of the Year

What's the 'Big Idea'?

<< Previous page Allstate: "Mayhem" Mark LaNeve, who joined Allstate last year from General Motors, was new to the insurance company when he challenged Leo Burnett, Chicago, to develop fresh ideas.…

Old Spice: Grand Marketer of the Year 2010

AdweekMedia is out with its annual Marketer of the Year report. Leading the pack this year is James Moorhead, the 31-year-old brand manager for P&G's Old Spice, who more…

Welcome to our CMO Special Issue

It's tempting to look at our slate of Marketer of the Year winners for 2010 and try to find a common theme, but in truth, there is none. Sure, you…

Grand Marketer of the Year 2010: James Moorhead, Old Spice

Photograph by Tim LlewellynIn the 1970s, an Old Spice TV commercial opened with a shot of a woman lounging on a corner-unit sofa covered in garishly patterned cushions, surrounded…

Steve Jobs, Apple

In 2010, the standard advice for marketers is: Be transparent. Embrace social media. Start a dialogue with your audience. Apple CEO Steve Jobs is having none of this. As…

Geoff Cottrill, Converse

Photograph by Allison Cottrill Geoff Cottrill, whose name is synonymous to many with digital marketing, says he draws much of his inspiration from a decidedly pre-Internet document: The 1913 Converse Catalog.…

Justin Lambeth and Gannon Jones, Frito-Lay

Photograph by Van Ditthavong Frito-Lay knew it had a problem when it asked some of its consumers what its Lay's potato chips were made of and most had to give the…

David Webster, Microsoft

Photograph by www.gregkessler.com Creating a fresh pitch about an established product is a hard enough job. But what if a billion consumers already own the previous version of it? For David…

David Lauren, Ralph Lauren

Photograph by Frank VeronskyAs indoctrinated shoppers know, setting foot inside a Polo Ralph Lauren retail store is a bit like getting invited to one of Jay Gatsby's parties, minus the…

Russell Weiner, Domino's

Photograph by Dwight CendrowskiIn many ways, Russell Weiner was the target customer for his own ad campaign. After all, Weiner, who became CMO for Domino's two years ago, says he…

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