Manufacturer/ OEM & Consumer Goods


Manufacturing and Consumer Goods marketers face a unique set of challenges in order to maximize their budget for seasonality, build brand loyalty, evolve their DTC approach yet also maintain retailer relationships. The task is not easy and is growing in importance year after year as consumer expectations only increase.

We not only understand this pressure, we thrive under it! Our manufacturing and consumer goods team are experts in navigating the nuances of the industry. From reaching in market DTC consumers to driving in-store purchases to leveraging Machine Learning for dynamic incentive offerings to selling out your new product launch (we sold out $9.2m inventory in less than 90 days to be exact) - our team is here to help!

Manufacturer/ OEM & Consumer Goods


  • Retail Geo-Specific Digital Advertising
  • Influencer & Social Marketing
  • DTC Experience Management
  • In-Store Audience Retargeting
  • Affiliate Marketing
  • Dynamic Incentives based on ML Predicted LTV
  • Community Management & Reviews
  • Brand Loyalty Management
  • Predictive Seasonal Budget Analysis
  • AI Customer Support Automation

Marketing for a technology company is challenging due to several factors associated with the fast-paced and dynamic nature of the tech industry. Here are some reasons why marketing for a technology company can be difficult:

A Profitable Approach to Growth

  • Technology evolves quickly, and marketing efforts must keep pace. Staying current with the latest trends and communicating technological advancements effectively requires constant adaptation.

Complex Products and Services:

  • Technology products and services are often complex and may involve intricate technical details. Simplifying and communicating these complexities to a diverse audience with varying levels of technical expertise is a challenge.

Educational Content Requirement:

  • Potential customers often require in-depth educational content to understand the benefits and applications of technology solutions. Providing comprehensive, yet accessible, information is crucial.

Highly Competitive Landscape:

  • The technology industry is highly competitive, with numerous companies vying for attention. Standing out and differentiating a tech brand in a crowded market is challenging.

Short Product Lifecycles:

  • Many technology products have short lifecycles due to rapid innovation. Marketing strategies must align with product timelines, and continuous innovation is required to stay relevant.

Global Market Dynamics:

  • Technology companies often operate in a global market with diverse cultural and regulatory considerations. Adapting marketing strategies to international audiences and navigating different regulations adds complexity.

Security and Privacy Concerns:

  • Data security and privacy are paramount concerns in the tech industry. Addressing and alleviating customer concerns related to security is essential for building trust.

Integration of Emerging Technologies:

  • The integration of emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain, requires tech companies to stay at the forefront of innovation. Communicating the benefits of these technologies effectively is challenging.

Cross-Platform Compatibility:

  • Tech products often need to be compatible across various platforms and devices. Ensuring seamless integration and compatibility while marketing to a diverse user base is complex.

Customer Education and Training:

  • Some tech products require extensive customer education and training. Developing resources and strategies to facilitate user understanding and adoption is crucial.

B2B and B2C Dynamics:

  • Tech companies may serve both business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) markets simultaneously. Tailoring marketing messages to diverse audiences with distinct needs is challenging.

Innovation Fatigue:

  • Consumers and businesses may experience innovation fatigue, where rapid technological changes make it challenging for them to keep up. Marketing strategies must address this fatigue and emphasize lasting value.

Interconnected Ecosystems:

  • Many technology products operate within interconnected ecosystems. Coordinating marketing efforts across multiple products or services to promote a cohesive brand experience is complex.

Cross-Functional Collaboration:

  • Tech marketing often requires collaboration between marketing, sales, and product development teams. Ensuring seamless communication and alignment across these functions is essential.

Measuring ROI:

  • Determining the return on investment (ROI) for tech marketing efforts can be challenging due to long sales cycles, diverse customer journeys, and the intangible nature of certain tech benefits.

Successful marketing for a technology company involves a deep understanding of the industry, agility in adapting to rapid changes, and a focus on communicating the value and innovation that the technology brings to users and businesses.

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