Marketing Eye

We've watched Emily In Paris, Younger and The Bold Type - all of which are good viewing particularly if you are in marketing. While they do not exactly tell you what a marketing role is like in today's current business environment, they certainly touch on how innovative and creative ways of doing things can turn something that is mundane into an incredible marketing success.
Published in Marketing
Monday, 20 July 2020 14:23

Magma Capital - Finance

Magma Capital Advisory provides debt capital, risk management and treasury solutions to corporates, government and quasi-government entities. Magma is driven by an independent, expert and holistic approach to corporate finance, offering a full range of advisory services in all facets of debt strategy and financing, risk management and treasury. Magma prides itself on its reputation for delivering successful tailor-made and client-driven solutions across a diverse range of industry sectors.

Marketing Eye developed new content and marketing mediums to present Magma Capital Advisory and position them as a trusted and innovative, capital solutions provider. Outsourced marketing allowed Magma Capital Advisory to create new print marketing materials including a company magazine and business cards, contributing to brand recognition.

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Published in Financial
Monday, 20 July 2020 10:40

LaManna Direct - Retail

LaManna Supermarket prides itself on providing its customers with old fashioned customer service as it comes from the heart and not from a manual. LaManna is Australia’s largest 100% Australian grown fruit & vegetable market, offering meat, deli, seafood, bakery, patisserie and groceries. Committed to bringing the finest fresh produce to the people of Melbourne LaManna Direct offers a trusted online ordering service to save you the frustrations associated with shopping in-store. 

Marketing Eye was engaged by LaManna Direct to design and develop their new website. The website provided LaManna a successful digital presence with customers able to shop their products online and have them delivered directly to their home. The website helped to further generate brand awareness and develop LaManna as a strong leader in the industry. Furthermore, Marketing Eye developed information brochures enabling better brand awareness and understanding of the company’s services.

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Published in Retail Marketing

It's a remarkable feat to be successful by anyone's definition, especially your own. I always find that the hardest markers are ourselves. We tend to be most critical of what we do, how we do it and what outcomes derive from the fruits of our labor. 

Published in Entrepreneurship
Being bold is one thing, but being brave enough to tell it how it is is another.

We have unashamedly put out a marketing campaign to recruit top-notch marketers from a variety of industries and fields in Atlanta to fulfil a number of positions that we have available.
Published in Marketing
Monday, 04 March 2013 11:30

You can do that - GET OUT OF HERE!

Coffee shops seem to be my new thing. Today, I met with a person who I have connected with on Linkedin at Starbucks.

As we pleasantly greet each other, we walked up to the counter to order coffees. He had just read my blog, so he was half laughing when he ordered his coffee and quickly asked what it said about him.

It seems that this marketing blog is getting more mileage than I.

As he ordered, I noticed that he put his phone to a technology gadget and immediately I asked what he was doing. He was in fact paying for the coffees with his Starbucks app.

I am sure that I have heard about this before and since forgotten since I am not a huge fan of Starbucks coffee although I do love their concept and all of their marketing. I was completely amazed that one can just pay for their coffee with an app that you top up whenever you need to. How easy is that. Gosh, perhaps Marketing Eye needs an app like that. I am totally in awe of the marketing genius behind this app - easy, convenient and what I call a "no brainer".

As we sat down and started to chat, he asked all the questions, like the good sales person he is. Then he started to tell me about a tax effective option, which I wasn't quite in the market for, but nevertheless I listened.
Published in Marketing
Monday, 10 May 2010 23:52

The Pelican Brief


A client of Marketing Eye last week asked for us to design a logo around their wife’s picture of a pelican.
Published in Management