2015 January

Could BBH’s track record with BA advertising help Tesco to take off?

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The Guardian’s Mark Sweney reviews one of the biggest advertising stories this month. Oystercatchers’ CEO Suki Thompson argues that drastic times call for decisive decision-making. “Dave Lewis is making big things happen and he can’t afford to hang around waiting to make a difference. In these exceptional circumstances selecting trusted partners without a pitch is […]

Marketers: The Boardroom Door is Open, Step Inside

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With more marketers taking top jobs, Suki Thompson, CEO & founder of Oystercatchers, says it’s time to take control and step inside the boardroom… Consider the following: in 2011, only 14% of FTSE 100 CEOs had a marketing background; in 2014, this rose to 21%.  In 2011, 53% of CEOs came from a finance background, […]

Oystercatchers Club Evening: Raising the Profile of Marketing

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This week we hosted the first of our 2015 Club events at London’s May Fair Hotel with a panel of leading senior business leaders. The topic: “Raising the profile of marketing” caught fire with our audience of over 250 movers and shakers from the UK marketing community.  Martin Glenn, CEO, United Biscuits; David Wheldon, Head […]

Tuesday 20th January: Raising the Profile of Marketing

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David Wheldon – Managing Director, Brand, Reputation, Citizenship and Marketing  In February 2012, David joined Barclays PLC as Managing Director, Brand, Reputation, Citizenship and Marketing; tasked with accelerating the implementation of the design and operations of the global marketing and citizenship functions. David started his career at Saatchi & Saatchi as a graduate trainee where he […]

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