The highlight this week was in fact one of the highlights of the year, our annual Banquet to the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress in Mansion House.
Jonathan Reynolds, Deputy Dean & Director of Graduate Studies, Saïd Business School, Oxford University, and expert on global retailing, will speak at our one-day conference ‘Is Marketing for Good the Future of Ma
While a week may be a long time in politics, it flies by in the life of a Master.
Jim Carroll, former Chairman of global advertising agency BBH, will speak at our one-day conference ‘Is Marketing for Good the Future of Marketing?’ to be held in New College, Oxford on Friday 2nd September.
In a momentous week when Liveryman the Rt Hon Theresa May MP became the country’s second female Prime Minister, it was quite fortuitous that the Marketors had arranged to hold its second debate of the year at Portcullis H
Major international charities and their work are now constantly in the news and their influence and incomes have grown hugely since Oxfam was founded in Oxford in 1942.
Congratulations to our new Prime Minister the Rt Hon Theresa May MP, PC, who has been a member of the Marketors for the past 17 years.
Normally in these blogs I write about something that I have attended or seen but this week I want to write about a forthcoming event.
Last week I was arrested by City of London Police at Mansion House, brought in front of the Sheriffs and convicted of the heinous crime of Perjury.
Miles Young, the Chairman and CEO of Ogilvy and Mather, one of the world’s largest communications groups, is to take over as Warden (i.e.