Julie Cleeland Nicholls (Adobe Digital Marketing)
Julie Cleeland Nicholls, Adobe’s Director of Communications for JAPAC and expert shopper @jcnsingapore LinkedIn
Wondering what the hottest gifts will be this holiday season? Want to avoid the crowded days and shop when it’s most convenient for you? Are you more likely to buy gifts through your mobile rather than battling the shopping crowds this year? The Adobe Digital Index Holiday Predictions Report 2014 reveals the latest online shopping trends for the upcoming holiday season.
This extensive research is based on the analysis of select, anonymous, and aggregated data from over 5,000 major companies worldwide that use Adobe Marketing Cloud, to obtain actionable data and analysis of activity on their websites. The data was collected and analysed from 4,500 websites, 20 billion visits to ecommerce websites in 2014 and over 1 trillion visits since 2008!
Paul Robson, President, Adobe Asia Pacific
The third annual APAC Digital Marketing Performance Dashboard by Adobe and CMO Council reveals that the development of digital marketing in Hong Kong is still struggling as skill shortages continue to bit. Across the region there are widening gaps in digital marketing maturity and while all countries understand the importance and value of digital, no country has managed to take full advantage of the opportunities that exist in this area.
Jointly conducted by the CMO Council and Adobe, the third annual APAC Digital Marketing Performance Dashboard was derived from a survey fielded across Asia-Pacific during the second and third quarters of 2014. The study benchmarked the levels of adoption, traction and maturity of digital marketing across Asia-Pacific which includes Australia, New Zealand, China, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong and India. It included a six-month in-field programme comprising quantitative surveys with over 800 marketing executives, the largest gathering of marketing insights over the years. Senior marketers within the Asia Pacific region from a range of industries took part, with 44% holding a title of Vice President or higher.
The Dashboard has found that the overwhelming majority of the respondents (93%) believe digital marketing can bring competitive advantage to their organizations. Although most of the executives in Asia Pacific recognize the role of digital marketing, the survey shows that countries have different performance on various indicators. Countries such as Singapore, Australia and India are pulling away with strong executive support and digital champions, while South Korea, China and Hong Kong struggle with executive support and skill shortages.
Hear the findings from the third annual Adobe & CMO Council research into the state of Digital Marketing in Asia Pacific.
In a constantly evolving digital marketing landscape, some Asia Pacific countries are surging ahead while others struggle to embrace the opportunities that digital presents.
The previous year’s research showed that measurement and analytics technologies were widely adopted and increase support by channel partners and lines of business pushed for additional investment in Digital but cultural bias and predisposition to traditional engagement and campaigns were key issues identified. Continue reading…
Paul Robson, President, Adobe Asia Pacific
Can you imagine a world without smartphones, or tablets; Facebook or Twitter? Can you imagine relying on enormous paper maps to find your way around a new city, or needing a number – fast – and flicking through a phone book? Most people can’t, because the world has changed with the proliferation of mobile internet. Digital has disrupted almost every aspect of our lives and organizations around the world are undergoing the tectonic shift that is digital transformation. Some are leaping ahead, others are lagging, but no sector is off the hook, including governments, which are at the forefront of citizen interaction.
The community, and the way we communicate, has changed dramatically in the last ten years. At the same time, we have access to the most sophisticated technology we’ve ever seen. Governments have an opportunity, and a responsibility, to leverage that technology to better engage with citizens, inspire them with streamlined, personal experiences, and generate efficiency and savings in these cost-conscious times. There are three key drivers that will shape digital disruption in the public sector: mobile, the internet of things and making everything digital.
정진우, 한국어도비시스템즈 디지털 마케팅 총괄 전무
‘2014 아태지역 디지털 마케팅 성과 측정결과’에 따르면 한국 마케팅 담당자들의 디지털 마케팅에 대한 신뢰도가 지난해 보다 높아진 반면, 실행에 있어서는 여전히 어려움을 겪고 있는 것으로 나타났다. 올해로 세 번째를 맞는 이번 조사는 어도비가 CMO위원회와 공동으로 한국을 비롯, 호주, 중국, 싱가포르, 홍콩, 인도 등 아태지역 6개국의 마케팅 임원 800여 명을 대상으로 이뤄졌으며, 오늘날 디지털 마케팅의 현황과 도입 및 활용 수준, 그리고 가능성 등을 측정·분석했다.