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Featuring input from industry trailblazers, this is the most awaited and anticipated report to help marketing professionals strengthen their strategy to drive business growth in 2023. It covers topics such as CTV, Superapps and the latest MarTech trends. The research in the report is backed by solid data and analyzed by experts to provide a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
The State of Modern Marketing in India - a report in collaboration between MMA APAC and WARC - examines how the industry is approaching these challenges, focusing on current trends and future opportunities. To drive growth in the digital age, marketing needs to modernise a specific set of capabilities and mindsets.
Findings from this study suggest that over a third (36%) of Indian marketers will spend more than 60% of their budgets on digital marketing, compared to 25% of APAC marketers overall.
The second edition of the MMA EY Leveraging Consumer Data For Marketing 2022 report is based on a survey in which over 170 CEOs and CMOs across various sectors participated to understand the trends amongst the CXO community on consumer data strategy and critical success factors. The report offers a deep dive into the world of data maturity and best practices to guide marketers and provide them with toolkits to ace their data marketing journey.
With consumer journeys becoming more complex and non-linear, the role of digital is becoming more prominent across the journey. As a result, this festive season will require marketers to rethink their media strategies to succeed.
MMA has partnered with GroupM and Amazon Ads to co-author an industry whitepaper for offering a collective view on how the industry should approach the festive season this year and recommendations on winning in the upcoming festive season.
The report highlights conversations around responsible utilization of consumer data becoming the need of the hour. The report unravels the new age customer’s need for personalisation without compromising their need for privacy. Marketers need to put more effort into educating consumers about data usage and tracking. They need to find ways to ensure privacy is not a hindrance to providing better products and services to the consumers. Rather, how a privacy-first approach to data can facilitate consumer trust in the brand.
The MMA Global Indonesia Brand Safety & MarTech report explores various perspectives, insights and best practices on brand safety strategy and marketing technology implementation. In this report you will find the result of Brand Safety Survey run by the MMA Global Indonesia specifically for marketers in Indonesia.
The report is a first-of-its-kind toolkit for marketers to steer brand safety, from understanding the issue to responding to critical incidents. It will also help in answering key questions such as who is responsible for brand safety and developing a culture of brand safety to manage external and unpredictable threats to your brand.