Whether you are a team leader, external third party, or marketing manager, running a marketing strategy workshop can be quite daunting – especially if you are unprepared.
The benefit of a marketing strategy workshop is that you can understand the entire marketing operations in your business and how it influences key stakeholders. It’s a great opportunity to get your team together and understand the various goals of your management, sales, and marketing team, and if necessary, how it applies to your product or service development strategy.
By having a checklist in place, and getting your team fired up for an invigorating exercise that will help your business achieve goals.
What does the future of marketing look like? The marketing industry is constantly changing in the face of several different challenges, and marketers should be prepared to change with it. Staying ahead of trends is never an easy job, but it makes a huge difference in preparing for the future. As we begin to transition into a 2021 state-of-mind, take the time to establish what your marketing priorities should be and what steps you can take to meet each priority in the years to come.
It's no secret that 2020 didn't go the way any of us expected. Businesses have faced numerous challenges and disruptions since March, and there's no way to know when the world is going to go back to normal. While businesses can still operate, it's not as easy to move forward as it was a year ago. With 2020 slowly coming to a well-deserved conclusion, now is the perfect time for your company to invest in a marketing strategy for 2021. Below, we have some elements that every marketing strategy should include for 2021.
JESI’s software solutions responded quickly to the changes in global working arrangements. JESI’s technology allows for non-invasive and momentary responses to enhance communication between the different levels of a business.
JESI engaged Marketing Eye to leverage their world-leading technology and take their brand and its communications to the next level. With uncertainty in their future marketing, JESI and Marketing Eye first worked together to develop a marketing strategy of an industry-leading standard. This document would become the roadmap to the successful development and execution of an integrated marketing campaign, which would see JESI increase its brand perception.
With a proven product already on hand, the challenge for JESI was to get their message out there for more to hear. And with an insightful approach to marketing, that’s exactly what they did. Considered execution of public relations saw the company featured across an impressive variety of media platforms, which heightened both JESI’s brand awareness and brand perception. An eye for detail, engaging content marketing and responsive branding has led to JESI’s continued success and effective communication in their target market.
Infoactiv is a tailored end-to-end eWaste management solution organisation that provides free e-Waste pick-up and recycling services for a variety of organisations. Infoactiv’s scope of business is built around providing value-added solutions to organisations that deliver significant financial, brand and environmental benefits.
Marketing Eye worked with Infoactiv to produce a collection of whitepapers aimed at educating readers on sustainable waste management and the methodology Infoactiv adopts. Additionally, we worked to develop and design a full range of marketing collateral. Redesigning the website worked to strengthen the organisation's brand identity. Furthermore, we helped to deliver a print strategy that included informative business cards and magazines to enhance the brand's competitive advantage and provide key information in regards to sustainable waste management practices.
22020 has been a year of tremendous change already, which is only a small picture of how businesses will have to change going forward. Adapting to the economic climate is a crucial step in operating a business, but it’s never easy. Because they have to consistently prove their value, marketers are at the greatest risk. For a marketing professional to stay relevant in a constantly shifting economic climate, they will need to develop and hone the following six skills: