Facebook’s Face 2 Face marketing podcast is set to return for a second season, hosted by Jules Lund and featuring untold stories from brands including Netflix, Telstra, Spotify, DDB Sydney, MLA, Tourism New Zealand, Vinomofo, Xinja, McDonald’s and KFC.
The first series of Face 2 Face topped the business podcast charts in 2018 and was the biggest Australian marketing podcast of the year.
The new season features insights from some of the industry’s most respected leaders, sharing tips about driving real results for Australian brands through conversation, curation, community and commerce.
The new season features interviews with:
- DDB Sydney ECD Tara Ford on how they created the brave UNfail campaign for Volkswagen;
- Netflix’s agency We Are Social CEO Suzie Shaw on how the entertainment giant dominates cultural conversations;
- The Monkeys CEO Mark Green and Tourism New Zealand’s Andrew Waddell unpacking how the New Australialand campaigns came together, and why they worked so well;
- Vinomofo’s CEO Justin Dry revealing why a marketing campaign is his only business regret.
Facebook head of marketing Australia Alexandra Sloane said: “The unique stories unpacked in each episode of Face 2 Face offer marketers and business leaders of all sizes, real insights into how some of the best brands in the world are approaching their customers today.
“This unique podcast goes beyond the usual dry interview formats of business podcasts, and dives deep into honest, informative and often humorous stories, told in an entertaining way you won’t find anywhere else.”
Head of Marketing, Australia – Alexandra Sloane
Industry Marketing Manager, ANZ – Catherine Bowe
Head of Content – Alex Hayes, Clear Hayes Consulting
Content Director – Corey Layton, Whooshkaa
Executive Producer, Sound and Music Composition – James Milsom, Whooshkaa
Scriptwriter – Anna Spargo-Ryan, Whooshkaa
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