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Cambridge Marketing College

Steve Bax

Steve Bax

     

Managing Director of Bax Interaction, a Marketing Research and Strategy Consultancy with 25 years experience at senior and board levels in small, medium and large organisations from a wide range of sectors in both B2B and B2C markets.
A qualified marketer with specialist skills in marketing research, strategic marketing planning, exhibitions and events management, direct marketing, managing change and building marketing teams. Previous roles include Chief Executive and Chairman for Foodex Meatex, the leading exhibition for the food industry, Marketing Manager for the Herbert Group of Companies and Marketing Research and Planning Manager for the Anglian Home Improvements Group. Steve is one of our most experienced tutors.

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The lastest edition of our journal, the Cambridge Marketing Review, is now available. It features articles by Peter Fisk on the best new ideas in the world of brands and innovation; and Paul Fifield on the challenges of the new business reality - if it ain't broke .....but what if it is broke? It also has an article by Nick Wake taking a nostalgic look at the longevity of Lego. To read his article and for more information on the journal click on the tilte above or Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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What’s been happening in the marketplace this week that you need to know about? Has Facebook killed organic post reach for brands? What should you be doing about it? Now, this is an interesting article. The principle idea here is nothing new; the more cluttered the internet space becomes with marketing messages, the less of...

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