Today is Women’s Health & Fitness Day, making it the perfect time to share some women’s health insights from a marketing perspective.
Tomorrow, I’ll be participating in the Columbus Chamber of Commerce Retail Summit 2019. So, why does a marketer care about supply chain and logistics? Because your battle to provide great customer experience is either won or lost in the trenches of supply chain and logistics. A recent Harris Poll indicated that 48% of U.S. marketers believe brands have an excellent ability to provide an exceptional customer experience. However, only 22% of customers believe brands and retailers provide an exceptional customer experience.
Columbus, Ohio, July 30, 2019 – Hart, one of Ohio’s largest independent marketing and advertising agencies, recently helped with the brand launch and development of RIG360, a new network of independent service centers for the trucking industry.
According to an Association of National Advertisers study released in October 2018, advertisers are using in-house agencies more, with 78% of ANA members reporting having some form of in-house agency in 2018, compared to 58% in 2013 and 42% in 2008. Still, many advertisers understand the various benefits of engaging an agency to help with their marketing efforts and pursue a relationship that fits the bill.
On the surface, milestones look like a perfect opportunity to share a historical perspective of an event that happened 50, 100 or even 200 years ago. A business might recognize the day it was founded, or the year an iconic product was launched, for example. And it would be logical for those recognitions to be historic in nature.
By now, you’ve probably formed opinions on millennials as a consumer group. (As you may know, it’s one of the most researched consumer groups in history.) I won’t attempt to guess what those opinions might be, but I wonder when they were last updated?