Ctrl-Alt-Del Reboot Marketing show

Ctrl-Alt-Del Reboot Marketing

Summary: Marketing is dead, long live marketing! Doing business today is like being tossed around inside a food processor. To stay relevant in this manic world and be future forward, we’ve got to hit reboot for marketing. Join Quivr & Candid Marketing Founder Atul S Nath on a podcast where he picks some of the best marketing brains in India. Developing ‘Atulkit' for marketing & communication that resonates with tomorrow’s customers and energises tomorrow’s brands.

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 Madhukar Sabnavis, Ogilvy - Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1542

Madhukar Sabnavis is the Vice Chairman & Director - Client Relations at Ogilvy India. After his MBA at IIM Ahmedabad, he has spent his entire career at Ogilvy and WPP. He has been instrumental in building some of the largest brands in India.

 Madhukar Sabnavis, Ogilvy - Part 1 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1384

Madhukar Sabnavis is the Vice Chairman & Director - Client Relations at Ogilvy India.  After his MBA at IIM Ahmedabad, he has spent his entire career at Ogilvy and WPP. He has been instrumental in building some of the largest brands in India.

 Anil Vishwanathan, Mondelez - Part 1 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 984

On this inaugural episode of the podcast, Atul chats with Anil Vishwanathan, Director - Chocolates at Mondelez India. Anil is a career Cadbury man, with years of marketing experience across geographies.  An alumni of IIT Madras & IIM Calcutta, Anil talks about the way Marketing has grown in the last 2 decades and the need to Reboot Marketing today. Anil can be reached through his Twitter Handle @Chai_vis 

 Dev Amritesh, MD Compass Group - Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1406

Dev Amritesh is Managing Director of Compass Group in India. Compass Group is the world’s leading provider of contract food and support services with presence in 50 countries and global revenues of 20 billion Pounds. More than 90 of the Fortune 100 companies are Compass Group clients. Prior to this, Dev has been President of Jubilant Foods which is to say Dominos Pizza & Dunkin Donuts in India and has also had years of marketing & sales experience at Cadbury & Whirlpool. Dev can be reached through his Twitter handle @devamritesh Dev's recommendations in this episode: How Great Leaders Inspire Action by Simon Sinek Connecting the Dots by  Steve Jobs Atul's recommendations in this episode: Podcast - Masters of Scale by Reid Hoffman  Billie Ellish - When we all fall asleep, where do we go? Audio Book: Seriously... I'm Kidding by Ellen Degeneres

 Dev Amritesh, MD Compass Group - Part 1 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1200

Dev Amritesh is Managing Director of Compass Group in India. Compass Group is the world’s leading provider of contract food and support services with presence in 50 countries and global revenues of 20 billion Pounds. More than 90 of the Fortune 100 companies are Compass Group clients. Prior to this, Dev has been President of Jubilant Foods which is to say Dominos Pizza & Dunkin Donuts in India and has also had years of marketing & sales experience at Cadbury & Whirlpool. Dev can be reached through hid Twitter handle @devamritesh 

 Lloyd Mathias, Marketing & Business Strategist - Part 2 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1220

On this episode, Lloyd goes deeper into the marketing challenges that startups face and how they can meet them. Lloyd Mathias has over 2 and a half decades of experience in marketing in India and Asia. He was at Pepsi building brands for over a decade in the 90s and 2000s. Following that, Lloyd has had great stints heading Marketing for Motorola, Tata Teleservices & HP in India and in Singapore. Lloyd is now an active Angel Investor, Marketing & Business Strategist. He is a strong Technology thought leader with Expertise in transforming insights into action and is helping several marketing and startup teams to set them up for success. Lloyd can be reached through his twitter handle @LloydMathias Lloyd's recommendations in this episode The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas K. Gandhi Future Shock by Alvin Tofler Enlightenment Now by Steven Pinker The Seen and the Unseen podcast - hosted by Amit Varma Atul's recommendations in this episode How to B2B a CEO Podcast with Ashu Garg  The Awful & Awesome Entertainment Wrap podcast Grit by Angela Duckworth  The Great Hack on Netflix

 Lloyd Mathias, Marketing & Business Strategist - Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1403

Lloyd Mathias has over 2 and a half decades of experience in marketing in India and Asia. He was at Pepsi building brands for over a decade in the 90s and 2000s. Following that, Lloyd has had great stints heading Marketing for Motorola, Tata Teleservices & HP in India and in Singapore. Lloyd is now an active Angel Investor, Marketing & Business Strategist. He is a strong Technology thought leader with Expertise in transforming insights into action and is helping several marketing and startup teams to set them up for success. Lloyd can be reached through his twitter handle @LloydMathias

 Anil Vishwanathan, Mondelez - Part 2 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 1268

On these inaugural episodes of the podcast, Atul chats with Anil Vishwanathan, Director - Chocolates at Mondelez India. Anil is a career Cadbury man, with years of marketing experience across geographies. An alumni of IIT Madras & IIM Calcutta, Anil talks about the way Marketing has grown in the last 2 decades and the need to Reboot Marketing today. Anil can be reached through his Twitter Handle @Chai_vis Anil's recommendations in this episode Behavioural Economics literature... Malcolm Gladwell, Steven Levitt, Daniel Kahneman, Nassim Nicholas Taleb.  Shoe Dog by Phil Knight The Steve Jobs Biography by William Isaacson  Open by Andre Agassi  Regional language Cinema on various OTT platforms Revisionist History Podcast - Malcolm Gladwell Atul's recommendations in this episode The Daily Show Podcast - Trevor Noah 250 Days: Cantona’s Kung Fu and the Making of Manchester United by Daniel Storey Measure what Matters by John Doerr

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