Hot Topics: Onesixtyfourth Founder Anne Bahr Thompson on Marketing as Science and Art
By Dave Hendrick
Anne Bahr Thompson (MBA ’88) is founder and chief strategist of the strategic consultancy Onesixtyfourth and an expert in branding and media and marketing trends. Thompson recently visited the University of Virginia Darden School of Business to deliver a guest lecture to students in the “Hot Topics” course.
After the course, Thompson joined Darden for a video interview to discuss topics such as the impact of millennials on brands, expectations of brands in 2017 and why today’s marketer must be both artist and scientist.
Watch clips from the interview below:
The Impact of Millennials on Today’s Biggest Brands
The Question Every Employee Must Be Able to Answer About Their Company’s Brand
What’s the Value of an MBA if You’re Not Switching Careers?
Research Reveals Why Consumers Want Brands to Practice ‘Brand Citizenship’
Artist or Scientist? Here’s Why Today’s Marketer Must Be Both
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