EMPOWER, launched June 2019, is a Marketing Society digital publication for our members, delivered straight to your inbox once a quarter. It is inspired by our evolved purpose, to empower brave leaders.
Inside each issue you’ll find content which takes an in-depth view of subjects that really matter to us all, as well as regular perspectives from some of the best brains from our global community - designed to empower you in your everyday life.
ISSUE 1: THE POWER OF IDEAS - JUNE 2019
In this first issue LEGO’s Debs Gerrard discusses AI and robots and why ideas are more important than we think, Genius Steals' Faris Yakob reviews nomadic creativity and author David Wethey delves into idea economics. And on page 17, Society chief executive, Gemma Greaves, looks back over the past 60 years to explain why It's time to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Read
ISSUE 2: WINNING - AUGUST 2019
In this issue author Glenn Fisher looks at how we pursue our wildest ideas, behavioural psychologist Crawford Hollingworth writes about bravery and the brain, cultural insight expert Natalie Edwards explores toxic positivity and Gemma Greaves talks about her experience of dealing with imposter syndrome. We also ask TSB’s Pete Markey what he’s learned from improv comedy. Read
ISSUE 3: PAST AND FUTURE - NOVEMBER 2019
In our third issue WWF UK’s Rhiannon Shah offers five ways marketing can respond to the planetary emergency we face, Siegel+Gale’s Howard Belk reminds brands to keep humanity and purpose at the core of technology adoption, Unofficial Partner’s Sean Singleton explores the world of esports, and BBDO's Elle McCarthy looks at how shifts in brand value are affecting client-agency relationships. Read
ISSUE 4: THE ROAD AHEAD - JANUARY 2020
In this issue Lucky Generals' Andy Nairn thinks the next decade will be one of co-operation, Canopy Insight's Victoria Gerstman looks at five cultural areas poised to undergo seismic change, VCCP's Peter Gasston inspires us with technology trends, while author Giles Lury talks brands, purpose and activism and Neuro-Insight UK's Shazia Ginai looks at trends for neuromarketing. Read