Let me explain how our young team approaches B2B Marketing Innovation, in order to develop strategies that bring all-important lead generation to a business.
We get 10 to 15 members of our team in a room with our client. We brainstorm the messages that clients want to deliver, and how to deliver them most effectively.
Our clients are really excited by the brainstorm session because they know their business really well, and our young team know the media really well. When you put the two together the outcomes are amazing. Our young team intuitively knows what stands out in the clutter, because they use various media on a day-to-day basis.
In one standout example, we held a brainstorming session for our client, Nicholas Bray; we came up with some names and discussion topics for his B2B marketing strategy. He knows his industry and our young team facilitated the social media side of things, and through this process the name of the community he wanted to establish was created.
The point being, because Nicholas understands his market, and we gave him the media, he was able to come up with the name. One person can rarely innovate in a business; as mentioned in a previous post, it requires a combination of 3 varying proficiencies that no one person can possibly have.
Read more about Lead Generation here.