Ewan Mcintyre

Research Director

Ewan Mcintyre is a Research Director covering marketing leadership and management. He is focused on how next-generation marketing organizations and leaders allocate resources and budgets to deliver measurable, optimized performance in a digitally led world. He has a deep understanding of how to build the right team, combining in-house and outsourced resource, having built from the ground up multidiscipline digital teams in both the B2B and B2C space. He was previously Head of Digital for Philips in the U.K. and Ireland.

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Top 5 Issues That I Help Clients Address

  1. How do I staff and structure my digital marketing team in a high-performance organization?
  2. How do I plan and allocate my budget to deliver the best results in a digitally led world?
  3. How do I get the right mix of in-house versus outsourced resources?
  4. How do I demonstrate the value of my marketing programs to fully understand and track progress against business goals?
  5. How do I choose the right agency to help me deliver against my marketing objectives?
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Marketers without separate innovation budgets often have more difficulty building a business case for investing in riskier, unproven tactics.

— U.K. CMO Spend Survey 2015-2016: The Drive for Accountability Impacts Marketing Budgets



Head of Digital, U.K. and Ireland

The Sage Group

Digital Marketing Management

Areas of Focus

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Email Marketing – Emerging Medium of 2017

Email marketing is more relevant now than ever before, delivering highly personalized segments.

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The Flipside Of Testing And Optimization

In the era of data-driven marketing, there can be no excuses for not embracing testing. Here's three testing formats that will help ensure your campaigns deliver.

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The Running (Marketing) Man

What do running and marketing have in common? More than you would think. For one, it’s not what’s in your tool kit but what you do with it.

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