Digital technology is causing large scale economic and social disruption which is impacting on how people select and buy goods and services and their perceptions and relationships with brands. The old landscape of 30 sec TV ads and press releases is being replaced by a growing range of new types of marketing communications on an ever growth selection of media platforms and technologies, accessed on demand where and when the consumer wants. In the UK alone 62% of marketing communication expenditure is already to be found on digital platforms ( WARC April 2019) and the emergence of 5G technology will see this grow even further.
Clients, agencies, media owners, technology companies and management consultancies are all vying to provide marketing and media communications expertise for this new landscape. This is creating a demand for graduates with the skills that can demonstrate how to develop and deploy effective marketing and media communications in this new world. Based upon the successful experiences of our previous advertising and PR courses, and working with industry experts, we have created a course to do just this.
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