“BTL are more than just a design agency, they are a trusted partner and an extension of my team. They are exceptionally creative, technically adroit, great project managers and solutions-focused.”Hayley Grigor, Director
Whatever your objective, you need to base your marketing efforts (and resources) on a sound strategy. The pressure is on to make sure that the whole process will be a success – so it’s vitally important that you are pointing in the right direction from the get-go.
You need to have joined-up thinking; you need to identify, interrogate and understand your audience carefully. To understand what they think now, and what you want them to think in the future. You need to distinguish between long-term strategic and short-term tactical activities. You have to develop a rational, objective view based on reality – and not be seduced by optimistic, partisan or blinkered subjective hunches.
Articulating the benefits of your product/services in a meaningful way will go a long way to determining the success or failure of a project. So it makes a lot of sense to have a robust strategy that will deliver the best possible chance of delivering the outcome you desire.
A sound marketing strategy serves as an umbrella for all marketing activities. It helps make a brand a brand. It will help elevate you above your competitors.
Fortunately, at BTL Creative we have a lot of experience in developing marketing strategies. We leverage our own past experiences (and often use those of external marketing strategists and planners) to deliver inspirational, well-rounded and deliverable ideas that will make a real impact. Off the back of this, we’ll help you to develop an equally sound design brief, to make sure that we’re all heading towards the same destination.
So, if you think you have a potentially great product or service and know you absolutely want to give it the best possible chance to succeed, you might want to have a chat with us.
Having a clinical, unbiased assessment – before you set off – could stop you wandering around aimlessly.