We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – experiential marketing is on the rise.
Brands from every available industry are consistently turning their attention towards methods for making their companies a more tangible presence within the lives of consumers, and experiential marketing offers a source of advertising that can be touch, felt, tasted, and fully experienced.
After all, while you can use SEO to rank your business higher in the search engine, and ensure that people are seeing your company when they search for crucial keywords – you need another method to engage the traffic that comes your way.
When it comes to making the most of experiential marketing within your company, the opportunities for creativity are practically endless. Let’s take a look.
You spent thousands of dollars on journey mapping consultants, workshops, and tools, and you’re thrilled to have survived the exercise and walked away with some great-looking maps. Then reality sets in.
You were told that journey maps are the be-all-end-all tool for customer experience transformations. But looking at your maps, you suddenly have no idea what you need to improve or how/ where to begin to improve it. Now what? Where did you go wrong?
When it comes to running a start-up, it’s important to plan ahead. Although you will, inevitably, make mistakes all the way, you are more likely to succeed if you have a clear strategy and execute it in the correct manner. The majority of start-ups and new businesses fail within their first five years, so it’s vital that you do everything you can to stand out and make a splash in your new industry.
The launch comes at a time when many traditional agencies are redefining themselves as ‘content experts’ – but with nearly 13 years of experience in strategic content marketing, Foxtrot Papa’s standing as one of London’s original content natives is both unique and undeniable.
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— Will Corry (@slievemore) October 2, 2016
TCC Global, a leading, global retail marketing company, has acquired online retailing specialist Summit; a partnership set to create a new generation of digitally-led marketing programmes for retailers.
The deal, advised by Livingstone, sees TCC Global, which turned over €500m in 2015, bring in Summit’s expertise in online retailing to enhance its digital engagement capabilities. Summit, which turned over in excess of £47m in the same year, will retain its established brand and existing senior management team, who have worked on the business for many years.