ShowMarketing Trends

Interviews with trailblazing marketers, including CMOs, CEOs, VPs, and industry leaders. You’ll hear war stories from marketers who helped build the Fortune 500. Our guests share how they lead high-performance marketing teams, with best practices and lessons that you won’t learn anywhere else.

Most Recent Episodes

How Future Cities Are Being Created with Don McGuire, CMO, Qualcomm

As marketers it’s hard to know what’s going on right now, much less what’s going to happen in the next 5-10 years. Luckily, we have a great guest on to help us get a glimpse at what’s to come: Don Mcquire, the CMO at Qualcomm. If you don’t know this company, they are behind everything tech happening in the world. They are looking at what’s coming with 5g, and even what 6g is going to look like. Their tech is in helicopters on Mars, and they are developing future cities that will make the customer experience flawless.

How a Former Ogilvy Exec is Helping Build A $500 Million Brand Around Cauliflower Pizza Crust with Stuart Smith, CMO at Caulipower

Making a shift from an established agency like Ogilvy PR with over 10,000 employees to leading a skeleton team at the fastest growing food brand isn’t an easy thing to do. Learning to scale a team while finding new ways to educate your target consumer in a fun way isn’t an easy task. Today we’re going to hear from Stuart Smith, the CMO of Caulipower. We’ll hear about his marketing journey where he educated people about a new type of product, and leaned into influencer marketing with incredible talent like Dan Levy.

Growing Better, Not Bigger with Steve Robinson, Former Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Chick-fil-A, Inc.

Steve Robinson had been at four different jobs in eight years. So when he joined Chick-fil-A in 1981, he was surprised to find a different culture than any other fast food restaurant in America. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Steve talks about brand loyalty, how they rank-order innovation to put people first, and why his aim will always be to grow bigger, not better.

How the Collaboration Between Developers and Non Developers Can Change Everything for Businesses with Grant Duncan of Voximplant

In a world of saturated online channels, marketing professionals have their work cut out for them. Grand Duncan of Voximpant – a versatile cloud platform that enables businesses to bring their interactions to the next level – is here to talk about how IVR is helpful for growing and scaling a business, why you should prioritize communication over infrastructure, and why international expansion is not as impossible as it sometimes sounds.

How Lemlist Grew to $10 Million in ARR Without a Dime of Funding with Vuk Vukosavljevic, Head of Growth, Lemlist

Have you really introduced your company to the world, or are you too caught up in finding out who the customer is? Make your company known, and the leads will come to you. Today we are going to hear from the head of growth at Lemlist, Vuk Vukosavljevic. He’s helped their company grow by leaps and bounds, and was the first full time employee they ever brought on. His knowledge of marketing was amazing, it’s clearly an obsession of his. He even got me rethinking the importance of data that we are all worried about losing due to privacy issues and realizing there’s better ways to reach people. Download this episode now to learn what the world really wants from your company.

The Business of Perception: Bridging the Client-Customer Gap with The UPS Store’s Michelle Van Slyke

Michelle Van Slyke likes to be the one you call when things are broken. From Ford to Mercedes to The UPS Store, she’s got a knack for reinvigorating stalled-brands. Now, as the SVP of Marketing & Sales at The UPS Store, she’s tackling a different series of challenges, and she’s here to talk about it all: using data to listen better, tackling the franchise problem, and how she really feels about the Coinbase Superbowl QR campaign.

Making Deep Connections Through Design with Nick De La Mare, Managing Director and Lead, Fjord

Culture is changing much faster than corporations can keep up with. But in the end, there’s one thing that doesn’t change - and that’s trying to get your message to individuals. Focusing on a smaller group of people, or even trying to speak one to one is still the most powerful way to market - and that’s something that’s getting easier to scale.