The future of marketing is personal!
As the expectations of your customer skyrocket, and the relationships they forge with their brands grow looser, it can be challenging to continually inspire loyalty while also driving growth. With so many companies now vying for the attention of your audience, it’s now imperative to stand out from the crowd and deliver not just punchy, but personalised and thoughtful, marketing.
“Understanding the customer journey is the single most important factor in delivering personalised interactions,” according to Michal Szaniecki, Managing Director of SEAT and Cupra at Volkswagen.
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To truly understand your customer’s journey and inspire loyalty, you need to first get to grips with what your customer wants. Leveraging data from across your different channels and placing this at the forefront of your marketing strategy can guarantee that customers receive the right content, communications, and offers at the right time.
“The customer journey is crucial and the foundation for the approach towards (future) clients. The ‘traditional’ push campaign and (cold) calling initiatives are diminishing in relevance fast.”
This is the opinion of speaker Arjen Vissers, who is the Managing Director of marketing and comms at financial giant AON. Furthermore, a brand such as Harrods – with a versatile clientele – builds up a picture of who their customer is, what they buy, and when they buy it, to directly impact the products they then recommend and also what other areas of the Harrods portfolio of products they might be interested in browsing.
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On the other end of the spectrum, Burger King have become renowned for their witty and mould-breaking marketing campaigns, which rely heavily on external agencies to help ensure freshness in their work. From cheeky geofencing of McDonald’s restaurants, through to creative adverts like the Andy Warhol piece, the emphasis is solely on standing out from the crowd and inspiring loyalty with a clear brand purpose.
This shift towards standing out from their competitors has shown clear results for company growth and will harvest attention and positive consumer thoughts.
At this year’s Brand Marketing Summit Europe (25th-26th June, London) we are bringing together strategic decision makers from the brands mentioned above and over 120 more to form a movement of marketers seeking out the way forward.
The future of marketing is personal and we now have, if we’re lucky, one chance to impress our customer. Join us this summer to hear from the most important brands in the marketing space and revolutionise your own marketing in the process!
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