The Spice Report
Millions of people are playing Pokémon Go, and it’s only a matter of time before B2B marketers find a way to use the game to their advantage. Last week alone, the game was downloaded more than 15 million times.
In today’s B2B marketing and sales environment, generating and nurturing leads is becoming an increasingly important part of the mix. By the time your salesperson gets to that first meeting with a prospect, you’ve done a lot of work to make it happen. But how effectively does your sales presentation support your effort to clinch the deal? If you’re like most companies, it could work a lot harder. Here are 5 reasons to consider upping your presentation game.
Forget speedy cheetahs and peregrine falcons. This camera is so fast, it can capture neurons firing in your brain … and who knows what else.
Super-fast cameras aren’t new. There already was a super-fast “streak camera” that could capture the movement of light.
Today, most people looking to make a purchasing decision go directly to their mobile device, and B2B decision makers are no different. Many businesses have discovered the power that lies within successful mobile applications and their ability to facilitate most tasks at hand.
It’s hard enough to name a dog, but let’s face it, nearly any name will work and the stakes are pretty low. Creating a name for a product, service or company, however, is much more complex. It is linguistic art. It requires experience, creativity and focus. And it has to be supported by great positioning, a quality graphic identity and superior execution.
The iPhone 4 has four times the processing power of NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover. A chip in a musical birthday card has more computer power than the Allied Forces had in WW II. It’s statistically certain that we’re in a computer simulation right now.
Graphic Design USA
GDUSA has recognized Pepper Group with three 2016 American Web Design Awards in its annual contest showcasing the power of design to enhance online communications. This year’s contest received more than 1,150 entries, and only a highly-selective 15% of entrants were recognized as winners.
In case you haven’t heard, Budweiser is rebranding itself “America” beer until the November election. That’s right. After you gulp a cold can of patriotism, you can crush it with your hand. America’s enemies, take note.
Now maybe it’s just me, and I’m not a beer drinker. But if it’s illegal to let our flag touch the ground, it should be equally illegal to reduce our country’s name to the side of a beer can.