The ultimate goal of marketing is to influence someone to engage with your business and purchase your product or service. Depending on what your service/product offering is, your sales cycle will vary.
customer and as a customer, you have money to exchange for that value. The amount you get paid is proportionate to how much value you provide. So, as a business owner, you should be constantly asking yourself – “how could I provide more value for my customers?” because in turn, you will be paid more.
The world of business revolves around the concept of value. How much you are asking for in exchange for what you can offer. On the customer’s side, it would be a question of how worthwhile your offer is, to begin with, and if it’s even worth their time. Your job is to make consumers feel like they can’t live without what you are offering.
Preamble: This is an extract from the presentation: “The top things to consider when building your data & insights capabilities in 2020”. Introduction Where is the future of business heading? Experts believe it will evolve around smart people, data analytics, insights, data-driven decision making, storytelling, and automation. While all of these
So what distinguishes sales organisations as fast-growing companies from their lagging peers? In a wide-ranging survey of more than 1,000 companies, five meaningful differences in growth marketing and their growth strategy emerged. 1. Commitment to the future First off, sales leaders, managers and decision-makers within growth-oriented companies can antici
Like the individuals who run them, businesses eventually grow to be a reflection of their owners and a unique specimen unto themselves. It takes firm, directed and focused planning that is deliberate, strategic and consistent in its choices and actions to get a business through to these stages. Where it arrives will be a blend […]
Businesses at this stage are experiencing the successful consequences of the previous stage. There is financial gain brought on by rapid growth and expansion of internal operations to respond to the scaling-up of the business’s product or service offering. At the point of resource maturity, companies want to consolidate and control these financial gains w
It’s always useful to understand what the ‘greats’ are doing — because no one either wants to or needs to reinvent the wheel. Businesses with a growth-focus run on a growth marketing strategy have two major agendas to which they must cater: The current market and the internal stage of business they’re currently in. With […]
The following overview dives into the state of the union for current market trends in the Asia Pacific region. Currently, Australian small- and medium-sized firms make up 95.9% and 3.8% of total businesses commenced in Australia alone. Source: Australian Small Business and Key Statistics and Analysis In Australia, business and economic growth as compa
The rapid evolution of marketing technology has given companies greater access to marketing strategies and tactics, which was once only available to companies with huge marketing budgets. Creating wide scale reach and awareness, for example, is now but a click and swipe away – generating leads X-times more is but an offer away. Yet conversion […]