The Persuaders Marketing Podcast
Marketing Podcast - marketing case studies, marketing tips, digital marketing, great marketing insight, independent perspective
 

In this podcast I interview Keith Bohanna. Keith is part of a boutique consultancy, NearFuture,  which helps businesses and organisations make sense of their evolving commercial strategies for dealing with digital.

 
He also has a core passion for small scale food producers & the role that branding and marketing plays in their growth. His blog, Biabeag, contains nearly 200 blog posts on this topic since 2010.

He kicked off a series of very successful Meet The Maker events in January and is now running a one day event Outstanding By Design taking place on May 10th. In this podcast we discuss the speaker line-up and some of the issues surrounding branding and packaging design for artisan food producers.
Direct download: Podcast_25_Apr_14.mp3
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An interview with keynote speaker at the inaugural Augmented Reality Marketing Conference, taking place in Dublin on April 15th, 2014 - Mike Halstead. Mike  is Managing Director of HH&S Group has more than 30+years in promotional marketing. He has a track record of employing new technology into tried and tested promotional mechanics. He Joined Saatchi & Saatchi in 1981 as a graduate recruit and in 1983 moved over to the newly created Saatchi below-the –line marketing agency The Sales Promotion Agency, becoming Group Account Director on British Airways account.

In 1987 he founded a new sales promotion agency HH&S Group with Associated Newspapers, Pepsi and Pizza Hut amongst the first clients. Associated Newspapers is still a client after 27 years. Developed one of the early TXT2WIN
In 2007 Mike created the digital consultancy m2end specialising in Augmented Reality.
Clients include Volvo, Turner CNN, Royal Mail and Marston’s.

Mike’s presentation will be on Augmented Reality and Sales Promotion.
A new channel for tried and tested SP mechanics
A perfect match. AR, new digital technology channel with lots of functionality, a little misunderstood but bags of “hyped” potential and Sales Promotion the established, much used and abused, tried and tested, always looking for a new suit to reinvent itself. The backbone of many a brand and marketing campaign. Is this a good match? Does this relationship have the staying power or just another one night fling?

Direct download: AR_Marketing_Preview_Mike_Halstead.mp3
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