Will Carnwath lectured for COMM346, illustrating new pressures and extended responsibilities of corporations with regards to digital innovations and changing trends in marketing communications.
In the lecture he shared new trends, specifically, perishable content, visual content dominance, changing editorial algorithms, the demise of the traditional human bylines, and social business initiatives in the B-to-B sector.
In addition to touching on digital trends and its implications for corporate communication, the guest lecture session covered real-world case studies to provide practical insights and lessons learned.
In the follow-up Q and A session Will shared with students regarding the projection of future trends and possible organic reach of the corporate content and some other interesting topics for further discussion.
Will’s expertise focuses on corporate reputation, investor relations, and crisis—with a particular focus on the use of digital strategies to engage with a broad range of stakeholders—and he co-leads Brunswick’s Business and Society practice for Asia. He is a former senior investment banker, with over 10 years in corporate finance at Nomura and Piper Jaffray, where he focused on healthcare and industrials in the investment banking group. Before moving to Singapore to establish a new office, he spent three years as Chief of Staff to the Chairman of Brunswick in London, working with him on the largest and highest profile international client accounts and deals. Will graduated from St. Andrews University with a degree in physiology.
Thank you so much, Will, for sharing your valuable insights with COMM 346!