Addressing "Is it Relevant for Me?"
When working on a project to deliver a cognitive computing roadshow to college campuses the opportunity was less about selling cognitive computing and more about how to make it relevant to our target consumer. What are their needs, hopes, desires, joys and fears? Really understanding and getting into the mindset of our market helps us understand had to address and surpass their needs. When consumers evaluate products and services it really boils down to, "Is it relevant for me?" We progress that relationship by sharing what makes you interesting, what makes you earth shattering, your passion, the emotion that makes you not just a product or service, but something that people genuinely want.
It's a Crowded Market - Volume Can Help
Let's share what makes you interesting, your passion, the emotion that makes you not just a product or service but something that people genuinely want. A brand is ultimately how it is experienced. Are you ready? Let's amplify your brand.