In One Sentence: Effective marketing

In One Sentence:
how do you define effective marketing?

In One Sentence: Effective marketing
Nida Haider, Managing Partner, IAL Saatchi & Saatchi
Effective marketing shouldn’t feel like marketing at all and it should move us to act in a certain way
Fahad Ashraf, GM Pakistan & Afghanistan, The Coca Cola Company
Effective advertising makes the consumer think ‘well, that makes sense’ and makes your competitors think ‘why didn’t I think of that
Farhan Khan, COO, Starcom
Creating “Meaningful Human Experiences” that lead to long-term brand and consumer relationships.
Farheen Salman, Board Director Foods & Refreshment, Unilever Pakistan
Effective marketing is making an imprint on a consumer’s mind and heart and impacting their buying behavior.
Lola Finney-Neves, Strategy Director, AMV BBDO
November 26, 2018
achievement of behavioural or business objectives, or, learning why the work didn’t achieve its behavioural or business objectives.

Lola Finney-Neves served on the Round 1 Jury for the 2018 Effie Awards UKcompetition.

Dominique Poncin, Head of Strategy, DDB Brussels
November 12, 2018
Effective marketing is about building a mutual relationship between commercial excellence and creative magic.

Dominique Poncin served as a jury member for the 2018 Effie Awards Belgiumcompetition.

Ajab Samrai, Chief Creative Officer (ASEAN), Ogilvy
October 1, 2018
It’s no accident that the better the core creative idea, the better the results. I believe creativity has the power of make every dollar spent punch above its weight.

Ajab Samrai served as a jury member for the 2018 APAC Effie Awards.

Raúl López-Guerra, Business Director, Y&R
September 24, 2018
As a strategy based on a strong insight that ignites great creativity and business results.

Raúl López-Guerra served as a jury member for the 2018 Effie Awards Perúcompetition.

Jonathan Akwue, EVP & Regional Client Lead, APAC, Publicis Groupe
October 15, 2018
Effective marketing is when someone tells you about an amazing book they just read; when you proudly display a brand’s logo on your clothes; when a search engine helps you find the right product before you finished asking the question; when a social network recommends the perfect restaurant based on you and your friend’s preferences. In short, the most effective marketing doesn’t feel like marketing. It feels personal, timely, relevant and valuable. Anything else is just noise.

Jonathan Akwue served on the Final Round jury for the 2018 Effie Awards UKcompetition.