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If you are not sure what path to take when it comes to promoting your business, join our panel of marketing savvy Smarta 100 winners to ask your questions and get some new ideas to take your business forward.
Oli Christie, the founder and CEO of mobile games maker Neon Play, can talk about deploying the freemium model, which has been particularly successful in monetising mobile games. Christie has also highlighted cross-promotion as one of the most powerful marketing tools in his business. His strategy clearly works as the company has totted up an impressive 37 million downloads across their range of games.
Kate Jenkins, the founder of Gower Cottage brownies, has shown great skill when it comes to marketing her products and has grown an impressive reputation through a blend of traditional and social media. She has accumulated editorial coverage, celebrity endorsements and an evergrowing Twitter following. While the lovely product goes a long way to market itself through word of mouth, Jenkins has been resouceful and relentless in building her business through great marketing.
So get your marketing questions together and join us to find out how you too can increase your marketing reach. Who knows your business may be next to win the marketing category in the Smarta 100.