Today let’s focus on ingredient branding, an effective growth strategy under the right conditions.
Today on Branding Strategy Insider, we’re sharing ten of the most beneficial books for Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs). These titles hold significance due to their ability to help shape and guide how marketing leaders approach their role, from fundamental marketing principles to innovative growth strategies. We think you will find that each offers a great deal of actionable insights and is well worth your time.
Brand positioning is a vital marketing strategy that aims to create a distinct place for a product or service in the minds of consumers. In 1969, Jack Trout and his partner, Al Ries, introduced the now highly valued concept of positioning in the paper “Positioning Is A Game People Play In Today’s Me-Too Market Place.” This became the genesis of their ground-breaking first book, Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind. Positioning quickly grew into one...
With somber accuracy Futurist Alvin Toffler once predicted; “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” Who among us represents today’s illiterate? At the present pace of change, certainly, more marketers than we can imagine. We are either part of the old or part of the new.
Launching a startup comes with numerous challenges that need to be overcome. For early-stage CEOs, their main concerns typically revolve around product development and securing seed funding for growth. However, many fail to recognize the importance of brand building, often considering it a lesser priority.