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Revenue Responsibility and the Evolving Role of External Procurement and Marketing Capabilities
As marketing teams are increasingly held responsible for revenue, they're turning to procurement teams to innovate the means by which they achieve key business objectives. In this benchmark report, explores how procurement teams can align with marketing goals to exceed corporate fiscal expectations. Read the best practice for the alignment of print production and creative execution in this 2017 ProcureCon Benchmark report by WBR Digital in partnership with HH Global.
The Age of the Adaptive Marketer
The shift to digital marketing has complicated content and creative needs. Compound this complication with the consumer expectation for a personal experience including targeted and localized messages addressed to their preferences. Read the key research and insights of global CMOs in the CMO Council report, "The Age of the Adaptive Marketer: Meeting the Needs of the Connected Customer with Adaptive Brand Content" partnered by HH Global.
Five Stages of an Environmentally Sustainable Marketing Supply Chain
Need to support corporate sustainability initiatives without increasing budgets and risking the delivery of your marketing campaigns? In this white paper, you will get a detailed look at changes that can be implemented in the five stages for print production, procurement, and distribution that reduce costs and create environmentally sustainable business practices.
Savings strategies for marketing print
Find out how you could generate gross savings of close to 30 percent on an $11 million, $22 million, or even $111 million category from improved marketing print management. This whitepaper explains how your company can drive these levels of savings in as few as three months.