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Andrew Rogerson

Andy is a co-founder of Grist, and account director for many of our professional services clients. His recent projects span the full range of marketing communications, including integrated content marketing programmes, web development, thought leadership and video. Prior to founding Grist, Andy was marketing director at the Economist Intelligence Unit in London and New York.
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Recent Posts

Who should you interview for B2B thought leadership targeted at the C-suite?

07 March 2019

Accepted wisdom in B2C marketing says that ‘people like us’ are the ones we listen to. Furthermore, it is demographics like age, ethnicity, gender and location that are considered the strongest indicators of who those ‘people like us’ are. ... Read more →

The commercial imperative: How thought leadership has moved from brand-building to business-building

19 February 2019

Once upon a time, thought leadership was a brand-awareness exercise. It was something you invested in to get your name and logo on a report that would be passed around and read by the wider industry, by prospects and clients alike. It was ... Read more →

Whose views should you build thought leadership around? It might not be who you think.

14 February 2019

Often when companies create thought leadership, or any type of content really, the default is to present the company’s view. Even in today’s client-centric world it’s still “here’s OUR version of events; this is what WE make of this market ... Read more →

Everything you ever wanted to know about marketing research surveys (but were too afraid to ask)

30 January 2019

We talk a lot about survey-based thought leadership here at Grist, but the word 'survey' can conjure up different ideas for different marcomms professionals. Some think throwing something together on SurveyMonkey to send to a small client ... Read more →

The growing importance of data to the value of thought leadership

14 January 2019

The importance of thought leadership for B2B marketing has been confirmed by our latest research that found 99% of senior executives at enterprise firms believe that it is either important or critical in assessing the suitability of a new ... Read more →

Building the business case for thought leadership: Interview with Nicole Revers, SI Partners

21 November 2018

In this instalment from our interview series on building the business case for thought leadership, we hear from Nicole Revers, Global Marketing & OD Director at SI Partners, on how she attained approval and budget for their recent thought ... Read more →

Building the business case for thought leadership: Interview with Mel Root, Price Bailey

05 November 2018

In this instalment from our interview series on building the business case for thought leadership, we hear from Mel Root, Senior Marketing and Business Development Manager at Price Bailey, on how she attained approval and budget for their ... Read more →

Five business benefits of survey-driven thought leadership

23 October 2018

Content marketing and thought leadership has taken such a hold in the marketing arsenal that you’ll be hard-pressed to find a company not doing it. It’s set to become a $300 billion industry in the next two years, but that also means ... Read more →

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