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Udhi Silva, co-founder of pork snacks brand Snaffling Pig joins Harry and Mark to explain how they transformed the humble pork scratching from a pub food accompanying a pint and a game of darts, to an artisan snack targeted at 30-something women. He talks about bringing to life their tongue-in-cheek ethos of escaping the rind of life with the most …
 
Our latest Wax Lyrical guest, Will McDowell Founder and CEO of Tastily, talks us through the meal subscription space; one that is still in its infancy in the UK. He explains that Tastily is for food lovers who are short on time. He also takes us on his bumpy journey from initial idea to production, and shares his direct to consumer marketing tips: …
 
Mike calls himself "the start-up guy" having learned the ropes in the early days at Innocent, and then founding and successfully exiting from his own confectionary brand Peppersmith. He realised the importance of the direct to consumer channel but found little useful guidance out there, so he decided to write it himself. He joins Wax/On's Harry and…
 
Jason Gibb had a successful career as a TV producer: he brought Scrapheap Challenge to our screens,, exported it as Junk Yard Wars to the US and lived in Hollywood. But he tired of what he describes as his shallow existence in LA, and decided to do something more "wholesome" so he moved to Italy, bought an olive grove, and managed to sell his first…
 
"We knew that Coca Cola and Pepsi wouldn't do it. And we could. This is what we stand for," says Orla Weir, Global Direct To Consumer and Brand Manager of Ugly Drinks on their unique brand. In this fascinating interview she explains "We want to rebel against the fact that people are being given the sugary and sweetened products, but told they're al…
 
Gymbox broke the mould for fitness when they launched in 2003 from a converted car park in the centre of London. Since then they've gained a reputation as an experience brand that does cool and edgy ads that get noticed. In our first off-Zoom and recorded-out-in-the-real-world podcast, Wax/On's Mark Runacus meet's Gymbox's Brand and Marketing Direc…
 
"We only had three weeks of cash. And then we came out victorious. And we were the second biggest selling lager on Amazon only behind a 24 pack of Fosters. We pivoted the business. We went hard into DTC, and a few months later, we were in 1500 grocery stores," explains Lucky Saint MD Emma Heal of the brand's hectic experience of Lockdown. Along wit…
 
Is crowdfunding right for your business? Find out by listening in to this episode as we're joined by Scott Simpkin from equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs. Scott explains that the Seedrs mission is to really democratise investment, with people literally buying into companies from as little as £10. He goes on to say that it's a great opportunity to…
 
FLOWERBX Co Founder and CEO Whitney Bromberg Hawkings discovered that 60% of flowers that go into a shop are wasted. That prompted her to create her negative working capital model - meaning flowers are specifically cut to order which she says has less environmental impact, and gives her customers better quality flowers for better value. Whitney tel…
 
Healthy dog snack brand Denzel’s is sold just like human snacks in convenience stores and petrol stations. Founders James Lacy and Nathan Perry explain it wasn’t easy persuading retail buyers to do that, but now they have, it outsells traditional channels for them. In our latest scale-up podcast James and Nathan explain how they gave up their comfo…
 
In this episode we’re joined by Jeremy King, Founder and CEO of Attest, the consumer research tool and technology platform that helps brands and businesses grow without guesswork, to talk about one of the biggest shifts in business in the last few years, Direct to Consumer (or D2C for short). We discuss their latest report delving into the sector –…
 
Nick Telson, co-creator of the hugely successful night-out booking platform Design My Night and now Co Founder of investment fund and "start-up playground" Horseplay Ventures, joins us to talk about the nightlife sector's renaissance post-COVID and much more. He shares the highs and lows of his own start-up journey, including when and why to exit. …
 
Black Bee Honey's Chris Barnes and Paul Webb tell us that a honey bee can fly at 15 mph, that bees must gather nectar from 2 million flowers to make one pound of honey, and that it would only take one ounce of that honey to fuel a bee to fly right around the world. In this fascinating episode which provides an insight into the amazing world of bees…
 
In this special edition of the podcast we have tips for anyone entering this year's Marketing Society Awards. Society President and Chair of Judges Syl Saller CBE explains why her Diageo team enter the awards. And we chat to two of this year's judges, Camelot CMO Keith Moor and Octopus Energy CMO Rebecca Dibb-Simkin. They tell us what they're looki…
 
Brands With Values Managing Director and Marketing Society Fellow Adrian Walcott joins Wax/On's Mark Runacus and Paul Jacobs to explain ways we can improve inclusion in our workplaces. Adrian talks openly about his own struggles as a young black man to get a job in marketing, before securing senior roles at Barclays and Eurostar. He tells us how be…
 
Serial start-upper Fleur Emery joins Cairen and Mark to share her own experiences as a successful entrepreneur. She tells her stories of pitching for investment and pitching to retailers. She explains why we should stop calling it pitching, and how the best approach is to be your authentic self. Fleur talks about her latest venture - Real Work - ht…
 
Wax/On's Mark Runacus and Paul Jacobs welcome vegan food brand Better Nature's co founder Elin Roberts to the first Wax Lyrical of 2021 to discuss the huge growth of Veganuary. They ask Elin how important the movement is for her brand, whether conventional meat production might disappear altogether in the future, and amidst massive growth in the pl…
 
Rory Sutherland is the special guest in the Christmas - and final - Wax Lyrical podcast of 2020. Ted Talker, Ogilvy Vice Chairman, author and creative director, Rory chooses his personal favourite 2020 Christmas ads, and in typically fascinating and funny style explains why doing things your finance director doesn't like could give you competitive …
 
Wax/On’s Ben Hooper and Mark Runacus are joined by Eve Sleep CEO Cheryl Calverley and Creative Director Caroline Smith. Cheryl explains why it’s important that Eve Sleep is perceived as more than a mattress business and becomes a sleep wellness brand. Caroline tells us how in-housing works at Eve Sleep; and Cheryl talks about making the transition …
 
Have Lockdowns 1.0 and 2.0 made us more or less likely to drink alcohol? And how much will we be drinking this festive season? In this week's podcast we talk to two female founders who have played a major role in the rapid growth of the no alcohol wines and spirits category. Ellie Webb created Caleño Drinks, a range of tropical alcohol-free spirits…
 
Sammy Rubin is Founder and CEO of new life insurance brand "YuLife". He joins Wax/On's Mark Runacus and Paul Jacobs to explain why financial and business success early in his career left him feeling unhappy and unsatisfied. He explains how today he combines spirituality with his successful business career, the role that mindfulness plays every day …
 
Simon Duffy MBE joins the Wax/On team to talk about his new mouthcare brand Waken, and Bulldog, the hugely successful male skincare brand he created and sold. Simon talks about finding the market in the gap for both products: shopping in New York was the inspiration for Bulldog, whilst supermarket shopping here in the UK inspired him to launch Wake…
 
Bulb is undoubtedly a phenomenal success story in the energy sector and beyond, now with 1.7 million Members, they set out to do more than disrupt the category when they launched, they wanted to create a truly forward-looking and sustainable energy business. Bulb's Clem Hobson joins Mark and Paul to share her personal journey from theology graduate…
 
Raissa de Haas, co-founder of premium mixers and tonics business Double Dutch and Ella Rauen-Prestes, founder of low-sugar cakes brand Fitbakes, join Wax/On's Mark Runacus and Cairen Harry to talk about female-led start-ups. They tackle the issues in the male dominated drinks category, and gender prejudice experienced in funding. Both women share t…
 
It's the first day back in the office and the whole Wax Lyrical team is together, albeit two metres apart. They share learnings from lockdown that will be carried forward including "balance", "confidence", "freedom" and Zoom calls in your vest. How they launched a new brand in lockdown, and tips on COVID-safe photography shoots. +++++ Talk to us po…
 
With 2,700 pubs, restaurants and hotels across the UK, Greene King is the UK's leading pub retailer and brewer. Their CEO Nick Mackenzie joins us to explain the challenges they have faced during and after lockdown: how they responsibly disposed of beer trapped in shuttered pubs, safely re-opening their massive estate, how the customer experience ha…
 
In this episode Mark and Paul are joined by Chris Smith, Managing Partner of Playfair Capital, seed stage investors who specialise in technology businesses; and Andrew Rummer, Entrepreneur In Residence at Finimize, an app providing easily digestible investment news and education to a global audience of close to a million. +++++ Talk to us podcast@w…
 
The “Should’ve gone to Specsavers” campaign has been running for 18 years, and for many, its one of the most consistently funny ad campaigns of all time. And it’s all produced in house. The campaign was the brainchild of former Specsavers Creative Director Graham Daldry, and we ask him ‘How did you do that? How did you keep a campaign funny and fre…
 
Still at home and meeting guests over Zoom, in this episode, Wax/On’s Mark Runacus and Paul Jacobs meet up with Tina Fegent. Tina is well-known in the marketing community on both sides of the client/agency relationship, and she has a unique perspective on that having worked in both worlds. Today she leads her own specialist marketing procurement co…
 
How has lockdown been for entrepreneur owned and managed businesses? We speak to the founders of two new brands for whom the pandemic has either kick-started their direct to consumer ambitions or dramatically accelerated them. One has found a gap in the highly-competitive drinks market and the other has set out to disrupt the furniture category. Kr…
 
The government wants us to go out and shop to kick-start the UK economy, but what's it like out there for retailers and consumers alike? Tim Robinson is CEO of Doddle, a business right at the crossroads of physical retail and e-commerce, offering solutions for click and collect, returns and ship from store. Tim is a veritable font of retail knowled…
 
The 600,000 young people who are leaving university right now are facing an uncertain future. How do we avoid creating a lost generation of post-COVID marketing graduates? Paul and Mark talk to three recent graduates from Bournemouth University's advertising and marketing courses to find out how they're feeling about their career prospects. They sh…
 
Our special Business as Unusual episodes continue as the Wax/On team meet up by Zoom for web chats. In this episode Paul and Mark speak to Victoria Fox, Chief Executive of AAR, perhaps best-known as an intermediary helping businesses find creative and media agency partners, and now re-invented as a consultancy. Victoria talks about pitching in lock…
 
Wax/On’s Mark Runacus and Paul Jacobs meet for another working from home special. A few days before rumours of a Virgin Media and O2 merger surfaced, Virgin Media's Jeff Dodds explained how our communication habits have changed in lockdown, how his team created a brand-new TV ad sensitive to our COVID-dominated world, talked about his passion for g…
 
In our special Business as Unusual Wax Lyrical podcasts we chat about the ways our businesses can get through the crisis. Mark Runacus and Paul Jacobs speak to System 1’s Chief Innovation Officer Orlando Wood who explains how applying right brain thinking to our creativity will produce better results. Drawing from his fascinating book “Lemon”, he d…
 
Our Business as Unusual special Wax Lyrical episodes continue as the Wax/On team meet up by Zoom for web chats. Mark speaks to Gemma Greaves about the mood amongst marketing leaders at the moment, how the Marketing Society is pivoting at pace to support the community, dealing with her imposter syndrome, and what she will miss as she steps down from…
 
Mark, Cairen and Ben are joined by Rik Moore from independent media agency The Kite Factory to discuss how the media landscape has changed dramatically over the past seven days. How some brands are still running advertising which should and could be changed. Spikes in radio listening, the decline of outdoor, and the closure of cinema. Meanwhile, wh…
 
Mark and Paul discuss three simple Coronavirus guidelines for all marketers. Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the Conscious Advertising Network Jake Dubbins explains how brands can make a stand against funding questionable content. Is TV reach now really in decline? Ebiquity’s latest report suggests it is. And following Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s accidenta…
 
Mark Cairen and Paul ask whether Coke’s new “Better when we’re open” positioning is really relevant to today’s opinionated consumers. And they’re joined by Coca Cola’s former Global Content Excellence Director Guy Duncan https://www.linkedin.com/in/theguyduncan who explains how Coke has always taken a stand on social issues, as he and Mark go back …
 
The Wax Lyrical team are joined by guest Dave Pickard, co founder of The London Sock Company https://www.londonsockcompany.com/ to discuss the realities of creating and building a direct to consumer brand. Plus - do wacky ads really work, with Behavioural Scientist Patrick Fagan from Capuchin Behavioural Science https://www.capuchin.cc/ And new cam…
 
As the UK Prime Minister pledges to re-connect with communities outside the M25, we discuss how advertising's creativity may be limited by its London focus. Mark, Cairen and Paul analyse factors which can determine the success of a direct to consumer (DTC) brand. Plus, a mini overview of the cruise category, and new campaigns from Expedia and Oatly…
 
Welcome to our first podcast of 2020 with special guest Steve Cox, J C Decaux's Director of Marketing. We discuss how outdoor has overtaken press in terms of overall advertising spend; to avoid getting caught out by the new gender stereotyping rules why you need a Marketing CDO - Chief Diversity Officer; the three marketing Rs for 2020: re-focus, r…
 
Mark, Cairen, Paul and special guest Julie Atherton discuss why Accenture might be bidding for M&C Saatchi; how Peloton could have redeemed themselves their own tongue in cheek follow-up, and why most social brands are now just ad platforms PLUS their own favourite ads of 2019. ++++++++++ USEFUL LINKS +++++ Here’s the discount code for Julie’s book…
 
Thanks for voting! Ben, Cairen, Mark and Paul countdown to YOUR favourite Christmas TV ad of 2019 and reveal the name of the lucky winner of the £50 Christmas shopping voucher. Is it you? Happy Christmas! X ++++++++++ USEFUL LINKS Aldi https://youtu.be/T37-A2JdaEk Amazon: https://youtu.be/YtNSYkb5Avo Argos https://youtu.be/7GjeHzrn8jg Asda https://…
 
For the first time in living memory we’ve got an election just before we hit the busiest consumer period of the year. And Twitter has just banned political advertising. What on earth does that mean for consumer confidence, the cost of media, and tasty TV snacks? Mark (MBE) Paul and Ben have got everything sorted. Maybe. Plus LinkedIn, rugby related…
 
Mark, Cairen and Paul are joined by guest Isabel (Izzy) Ashton, Assistant Editor of BITE, to discuss the new celebrity and royal-studded NHS campaign "Every mind matters"; the merging of the John Lewis and Waitrose marketing departments; smart home technologies; more new campaigns from BECo. and Movember; plus recognition for a consistently excelle…
 
With only a few months to spend £100 million, the government's Brexit preparedness campaign should be annoyingly omnipresent. Is it? Our special guest Mimi Turner offers some simple coverage and ROI calculations to help us evaluate whether the government is getting good value from their massive budget. Meanwhile, will the WeWork bubble burst? And w…
 
Recorded live in front of an audience at The Financial Times, Mark and Paul are joined by the FT's Director of Acquisition Graham MacFadyen, and Clare Willets formerly Brand Director and Head of Customer Experience at Virgin and soon to launch her own e-commerce business called Not Only Pink and Blue, to discuss whether the old loyalty model is bei…
 
Mark and Ben are joined by Dan Burgess and Zac Schwarz to talk about the planned climate strike on Friday 20th September. You can find out how to get involved here: https://globalclimatestrike.net/out-of-office/ You can find out more about Dan at https://www.thespaceship.earth/ And he’s part of Good For Nothing https://www.goodfornothing.com/ Zach …
 
Mark, Paul and Ben discuss PornHub’s association with not for profit Ocean Polymers, raising money to remove plastic rubbish from the world’s oceans; KFC’s new vegan “chicken” burger; how the History of Advertising Trust is using old ads to help dementia sufferers; and new campaigns from Eve, Go Compare, and Doritos. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++…
 
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