Early leaks & social media have changed Super Bowl advertising
Super Bowl advertising has undergone an evolution, but is it primed for B2B? Our very own Managing Director Kim Riley provides some insights to the Central Penn Business Journal about the Super Bowl this year. B2B businesses can learn some tricks from the B2C ads that parade across the Super Bowl ad space.
The Process Behind Disruption
Disruption might be the biggest business bandwagon of all time. But ask most people what their idea of disruption is, and they’ll stare at you with a blank look or start rattling off a set of disjointed ideas.
Public Relations and Market Invention
“We need public relations!” We hear this command frequently from big and small organizations across the country. However, we promptly question what exactly they’re seeking. Every organization needs a smart PR strategy, but most don’t know exactly how.
Video and Market Invention
You’ve probably heard of Market Invention, the strategic process of creating new markets through a shift in audience, category, channel, or branding. It’s the discipline behind disruption, and it rests on good communication. That’s where video comes in.
Web Design and Market Invention
Web designers are the architects that create the visual elements of the site, the stuff the user sees. Web developers create the functionality that works in the background. When working together, the two disciplines deliver a seamless, clean experience that ignites a buyer’s interest.
Design and Market Invention
Understanding how to use—or not use—design archetypes is at the core of a well-planned Market Invention strategy. Market Invention can use a shift in brand imaging or messaging to pivot into a new market and target unreached customers.
Managing Crisis Communication with Market Invention
Every failure represents an opportunity for improvement. Great crisis management & communication can be step one in reinventing a business or reimagining a market. They can point to an area of your game that needs improvement, force you into new positioning, or even send you back to the drawing board.