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Marketing in the era of the Breathless Business

Are marketers running at a hundred miles an hour and, as a result, too focused on box-ticking and just ‘getting things done’, rather than being mindful of having a real impact on the business? Is this the dawn of the Breathless Marketer?

Recent research from Octopus Group found that B2B marketing directors were losing sleep over their jobs. Competitive changes and choice were driving delays in decision-making and putting them under increased pressure to meet marketing challenges with innovation and creativity. All of this and a whole marketing plan to deliver – on time and on budget.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

•The typical traits of a ‘breathless business’
•How to spot the signs of being a breathless marketer
•Creating an action plan for change based on your situation & organisation
•The Smart, Strong and Slick levers – how they work and when to pull them!
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    2. How to challenge everyone involved in the bid process
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    4. How to improve your chances of winning bids
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  • The secrets of excellent B2B CX Recorded: May 3 2017 59 mins
    Joel Harrison, Editor-in-chief, B2B Marketing
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    • The role of influencers in CX
    • How to measure and report CX, and to whom.
    • How to create a company-wide approach to CX
  • Marketing in the era of the Breathless Business Recorded: Apr 20 2017 41 mins
    Billy-Hamilton-Stent, Client Strategy Director, Octopus Group & Founder, Loudhouse
    Are marketers running at a hundred miles an hour and, as a result, too focused on box-ticking and just ‘getting things done’, rather than being mindful of having a real impact on the business? Is this the dawn of the Breathless Marketer?

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    In this webinar, we’ll cover:

    •The typical traits of a ‘breathless business’
    •How to spot the signs of being a breathless marketer
    •Creating an action plan for change based on your situation & organisation
    •The Smart, Strong and Slick levers – how they work and when to pull them!
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