Elitico assists your company to develop an effective marketing strategy to define the overall direction and goals for your marketing. Strategy should articulate how your company are going to deliver your products or services in ways that will satisfy your customers.
Elitico categorise a company’s products according to their relative competitive position and business growth rate in order to lay the foundations for sound strategic planning. Elitico helps our client to determine where to make changes and determine if they’re doing a good job competing with others in the industry.
Effective branding can elevate your product or business into something unique, instead of being just one commodity among many similar others. Standing out from your competitors is particularly important in competitive markets. Elitico can apply your brand to a whole range of your other products or services. This will allow consumers to associate each product in your range with a consistent set of values which they know. A strong brand can also add value to your core business. A company that offers equity shares needs to have a strong reputation – a recognisable brand communicates what your business stands for as well as what it offers.
July 25th, 2018|Comments Off on The Importance of Building Brand Trust
The most important quality that you need to develop as part of your brand strategy is consumer trust in your brand promise. In other words, consumers need to trust that your brand will deliver on its [...]
July 18th, 2018|Comments Off on 5 Latest Marketing Strategies for Entrepreneurs In 2018
The best entrepreneurs know they need to spend time, money and human resources on marketing if they want to increase brand recognition, increase sales and become industry leaders. But where should you focus your efforts? [...]
July 4th, 2018|Comments Off on Trump will soon find that winning a trade war is not that easy
The trade war is getting nastier. Phase one began when Donald Trump whacked duties on imported steel and aluminium, and announced $50bn (£37.8bn) worth of tariffs on Chinese goods. Beijing retaliated dollar for dollar, while the EU [...]