Segmentation 3.0 – disrupting marketing, media and management

Designing advertising, services, products or doing media planning requires us to understand customers and target markets. The more we understand about behavioral preferences, attitudes, lifestyles and multiple other variables, the better we can do our jobs. Combining all sources of data: research, analytics, buyer segments in real time bidding (RTB) targeting engines, qualitative research.. itsContinue reading “Segmentation 3.0 – disrupting marketing, media and management”

Making millions with pennies – BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS

When I think about board member’s day to day life and board meeting’s average content, I know it’s full of big decisions. What is our growth strategy? Are we willing to invest millions of euros/dollars in technology in order to enable customer relationship strategy and automation? How can we reduce our churn? How can weContinue reading “Making millions with pennies – BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS”

Marketing technology and Branding – free book

Originally published at http://chiefmartec.com/2014/03/new-brand-marketing-technology/ A NEW BRAND OF MARKETING – free book by Scott Brinker A NEW BRAND OF MARKETING: The 7 Meta-Trends of Modern Marketing as a Technology-Powered Discipline “The modern CMO and marketer can no longer be just a brand ambassador, they must also have a deep understanding of marketing technology. Scott BrinkerContinue reading “Marketing technology and Branding – free book”

Service Designing Marketing

Service Design is a ground breaking methodological shift towards customer centered business development. I can’t underline enough how important this new dicipline is in creating  completely new and very influential business models. Service Design should also be used in marketing just as effectively. In my opinion, marketing should evolve in to such direction where weContinue reading “Service Designing Marketing”

Beyond HBR’s “truth about customer experience”

Harward Business Review just published a great article about Customer Experience and Journey. See here. The main point of the article is, that managing single touchpoint engagements doesn’t provide sufficient customer experience. My advice is: Don’t design just touchpoints – Design chain of events, proactive and reactive. Development and measurement is often done engagement byContinue reading “Beyond HBR’s “truth about customer experience””

Business Design.. with customer centricity

Here is my presentation that is about Business Design and how you lay the foundation of business development and value generation on customer journey and diminish the complexity to understandable and measurable insights and practices to marketing, operations and R&D. Recognition and simplification is the way to go and insights come from that. I’ve justContinue reading “Business Design.. with customer centricity”