For some people, change is terrifying because it often involves risk and uncertainty. Others embrace change as an opportunity for a new adventure that can help them evolve and grow.
When a business expands its marketing efforts to a global audience, it creates growth opportunities and reaches new customers who may not otherwise have discovered a brand, product, or service. Connecting with international audiences entails understanding cultures, online behaviors, and local customs.
With President Biden’s declaration that all American adults will have access to vaccination in May, he has perhaps defined the optimistic beginning of the end of this pandemic. The pandemic’s disruption, felt so deeply in personal terms, has also profoundly impacted the business of marketing to our forever-changed population.
Startups. Marketing. For those in either world, one may sound secondary to the other. After all, startups can be more focused on building momentum for a product. Corporate marketers, however, tend to think about a brand’s story with a more long-term view.