With only a month to go before the much-awaited Open House event “How to Build a Customer-Centric Culture”, Step Change is thrilled to announce the panel of distinguished leaders across a variety of disciplines who will be joining us.
The business landscape is constantly evolving. With the speed of digital innovation increasing constantly, what impact will disruption have on your business in 2019?
We like to think that we are independent thinkers — conscious of the world around us, yet unwavering to its influence. But are our decisions really ours?
It’s no longer just about market dominance. To position themselves right where their customers are, healthcare companies must keep pace with their audience’s needs, listen to market changes and trends, and adapt.
In an industry that puts a prime on innovation, we’ve seen more creative marketing approaches and ideas coming from the FinTech sector in recent years.
Building an innovation pipeline means curating inspiration as a renewable resource. To accomplish this, you need to develop a system that both drives and supports an innovative culture.
If marketing automation is a great tool for businesses, how do we build an airtight business case for it? And how can we get our stakeholders and the sales team on board?
Our customers want to be better informed with their choices. They would research about the product and read trusted reviews before deciding to make a purchase. This is why digital marketing is a critical factor in driving revenue.
No matter how well-formulated business plans and strategies are, 67% of them fail due to poor execution. A lot of today’s companies are able to build promising strategies but very few of them are able to follow through.
Against the backdrop of the war for attention, B2B tech and software companies are struggling to reach their intended audience on the right channel. Marketers report that email marketing is their biggest source of ROI, so this marketing tool needs to be an essential part of your marketing strategy.
In the age of short attention spans, brands are constantly competing to captivate their audience through creative and engaging ways possible.
Content marketing’s effectiveness at engaging target audiences and promoting meaningful relationships has made it a popular choice for B2B marketers. To help guide B2B marketers for 2019, here are 10 content marketing charts that are worth looking into as we start the year.
Despite the disruptive changes in today’s business landscape, companies with marketing and sales teams are still running in complete silos.
In fact, in a survey in 2017, researchers found that both teams are not satisfied with the support each was giving to the other.
Check out the data.
In today’s diverse business landscape, creativity is an essential skill that modern business leaders need to have. It is synonymous to imagination and innovative thinking — specific skill sets that are necessary in pushing workforces to be progressive.
Financial brands are already fast-tracking the adoption of social channels in their marketing strategy in their quest to personalise the customer experience.
We’ve gathered the top 10 social media trends financial services need to know in 2019.
Kickstart your week with 10 marketing statistics worth exploring. Today we feature statistics around data-driven marketing, marketing technology, and disruptive technologies.
As with all relationships, a client-agency relationship is a two-way street. As a marketing agency with almost a decade’s worth of experience with clients, we’ve had our fair share of insightful experiences with clients. So we want to share some gold nuggets as to how to help build and sustain a great relationship with your marketing agency partner.
Earlier this year, CB Insights analysed 101 startups post-mortem to know why startups fail, and the number 1 reason has nothing to do with technology.
Being a Lean organisation means being able to maximise the value customers are willing to pay for while eliminating waste. Leaders are finding more value in it as it’s all about doing more with less, focusing on continuous improvement, minimising waste, and training your staff to improve the work through problem-solving.
So if you aim to create more value for your customers with your limited resources, read on.
Our CEO, Ashton Bishop, reveals what businesses can do to find their next step change, and how to implement the Big 6 Challenges for business growth in this 7-minute Marketing the Invisible podcast with Tom Poland.
In the age of disruption, businesses may find themselves questioning whether strategy matters in a world of constant change. But in a time where silos are crumbling to disruptive trends and industries are shifting to accommodate new technologies, strategy matters now more than ever.
Are you proactively influencing how your target audience sees your brand in relation to all the other options available to them (a.k.a your competitors)?
How a New FMCG Brand Became the 8th Highest-Selling SKU in Coles in Just 6 Months [Brand Strategy Case Study]Step Change
From a no-name free-range egg brand, Happy Chicken Eggs is now the eighth highest-selling SKU in Coles — in less than six months after it was launched.
Running a business or managing a team is no walk in the park. Along the way, we realise that failure is unavoidable and sometimes even necessary. In this fourth video of a five-part interview series, we asked former Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Kevin Roberts on what we can learn from failure and how to make the most of it.
Big announcements from the agency on our roadmap to growth, plus a look at the Step Change culture — all in this week’s Step Change News.
Today’s customers and prospects know exactly what they want and go online to find it. To market your business in this new age, you need more than just the right message to stand out and drive customer loyalty. You need to do more than just create the right offer.
Many agencies who are at their optimal performance are striving to achieve peak performance thinking that is what is needed to win.
So we asked former Saatchi & Saatchi CEO Kevin Roberts how to maintain peak performance in your team and as an individual. In this video, he also shares how he has been able to put this into action to get to where he is now.
Finding a product, a service, or a niche that delivers results largely depends on understanding exactly what your customer needs. And in a time where the competition is manic and ruthless, it is all the more essential to deliver a high-quality product and service that gets the right traction.
If great strategic thinkers like Anita Roddick, Jean Nidetch, and Mother Teresa would run your business, how would they transform your customers into raving fans?