Welcome to The Places We'll Go Marketing Show hosted by two of the most prominent names in marketing, Mark Evans, the MD of Marketing at Direct Line Group and Chairman of the School of Marketing and Ritchie Mehta, the CEO of the School of Marketing.
Expect weekly insights into the marketing space and what it takes to make a name for yourself in such a competitive industry, from leading Chief Marketing Officers, Marketing Directors and Chief Executive Officers.
Slow the F*ck Down with Emma Harris, CEO of Glow London
In this episode, we sit down with Emma Harris, the visionary CEO of Glow London. Emma's journey is nothing short of inspiring.
Emma's perspective on manifestation goes beyond the ordinary, emphasizing belief, mindset, and conscious thoughts. Her journey, from this unique approach, has led to incredible outcomes, shaping the life she envisioned. We also explore her movement, "Slow the F*ck Down," redefining success as a balance of well-being.
Tune in to discover Emma's formula for success and her aspiration to create a lasting impact beyond material gains. Emma's story is a testament to the power of belief, manifestation, and a holistic view of success.
Marketing for a Better World: Jeremy Gilley MBE, Founder of Peace One Day
In this episode, we embark on an inspirational journey with Jeremy Gilley, MBE, the Founder of Peace One Day, as he shares his extraordinary vision for a world filled with inspiration and positivity.
Jeremy not only champions peace but also seeks to uplift spirits through a unique video platform dedicated to showcasing inspiring content. Join us as he unveils his vision for this platform and explains how it aligns with the broader mission of spreading hope and unity.
Discover how Jeremy's awe-inspiring campaigns, influential partnerships, and the annual Peace Day have solidified Peace One Day's brand as a beacon of positivity. His emphasis on measurable impact and passionate advocacy makes the dream of a better world through inspiration an attainable and motivating goal.
Join us for an uplifting exploration of how Jeremy Gilley, a true visionary, is not only branding peace but also creating a platform that radiates positivity and empowers individuals to make a meaningful impact on the world. This episode is a reminder that inspiration can be a powerful catalyst for change.
Check out it out: https://peaceoneday.org/
Bright ideas, Built to Scale with Pip Jamieson Founder The Dots
Discover the genius behind creative networking in our episode, "Bright Ideas, Built to Scale." Join Ritchie and Mark as we chat with Pip Jamieson, Founder of The Dots. Unveil the journey of turning a spark of innovation into a thriving platform connecting creative professionals and beyond. Dive into Pip's design-inspired origins, and learn how she reshapes collaboration and community. Get inspired by insights on diversity, inclusion, and breaking industry norms. Tune in for a dose of entrepreneurial wisdom and fuel your own bright ideas. Subscribe now for an illuminating conversation that's all about creativity, growth, and the art of scaling success.
Listening to the voice of Britain with Nathan Ansell Customer Director at Waitrose
In this captivating episode, we sit down with Nathan Ansell, Customer Director at Waitrose, an esteemed British supermarket chain.
Discover the secrets behind Nathan's exceptional team leadership as he guides his colleagues to marketing excellence.
Explore the significance of seeking help from others, as Nathan believes in the power of collaboration. He wisely puts it, "Dreams are not microwaveable," emphasizing the importance of patience and seeking support from peers in achieving long-term success.
As Nathan often reminds his team, "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail." Strategic planning, coupled with mutual support, is the cornerstone of his approach.
Tune in to be inspired by Nathan Ansell's journey, truly listening to the voice of Britain. Subscribe now to elevate your marketing and leadership skills.
Marketing Career Makeover: Insights with Crystal Eisinger - Google, Ex-CEO, Forbes 30 Under 30
In this captivating episode, we delve into the remarkable journey of Crystal Eisinger, a Forbes 30 Under 30 awardee and prominent figure in the marketing world. From a career at Google to becoming a start-up CEO she has learnt a huge number of lessons along the way.
The episode takes a fascinating turn as Crystal reflects on her career transformation during the challenging times of COVID. From being a start-up CEO to owning a coffee shop, she fearlessly embraced change, gaining invaluable experiences along the way.
Today, Crystal is back at Google as a consultant, and her career values have evolved significantly. Discover her insightful perspective on personal growth and how it aligns with her professional goals.
As the episode draws to a close, Crystal generously imparts two precious nuggets of advice for aspiring marketers, offering wisdom gained from her extraordinary journey.
Tune in to this inspiring episode and learn from the exceptional career makeover journey of Crystal Eisinger, gaining valuable insights to enhance your own marketing career.
Importance of team purpose with Victoria Gosling OBE
In this episode, Victoria talks about how her upbringing influenced her career journey, how she has achieved so much and what motivates her.
Who is Victoria Gosling OBE?
Victoria has had an outstanding career to date with many achievements, including being the Chief Executive Officer for Invictus Games 2016 in Orlando and the Military Project Lead for the first Invictus Games (London 2014), inspiring 14 nations and over 400 athletes to compete. She has completed 21 years’ service within the Royal Air Force culminating with the prestigious rank of Group Captain.
Victoria has served on numerous deployments around the world and prior to the inaugural Invictus Games she was the Base Support Commander for a Support Helicopter Base of 2000 personnel, which provided support to Operation Herrick, Afghanistan. Victoria is a passionate sportswoman and dedicates most of her spare time promoting sport across various sectors.
She is Chief Executive for GB Snowsport; Custodian for the Rugby Centurions, responsible for creating Social Impact on a global platform through the rollout of the Centurions Future Leaders Course for children aged between 11 and 18; Invictus Games Strategic Advisor for the UK Delegation Board; and she is a Board Director and Head of Social Impact for a flourishing FinTech Business with a mission to provide solutions at scale, for those who are under served, over charged or excluded by main stream financial services.
In addition, Victoria is a Newspaper Reviewer for the BBC; a motivational speaker for Inspiring Women; a Senior Military Advisor/Ambassador for the Jockey Club and Sage Global.