Marketing Blog tag: 'Small Business' - Marketing Eye

Wednesday, 13 October 2021 12:18

My Internship Experience at Marketing Eye

As a second-year commerce student, and someone who has always been interested in the In’s and Out’s of marketing, being offered an internship with Marketing Eye was a dream come true. Whilst I do love my university degree and am no doubt learning the key fundamentals that will assist me in my future careers, it is all relatively theoretical. At Marketing Eye, and in my position as an intern, I was given the chance to actively use the skills I have been taught, engage with real-life tasks, and ask deeper industry-specific questions. 

Published in Culture

Like many, I’ve been afraid to have think for myself, express my opinions or side with people who may secretly share the same thought process as myself. Why? Because at some point in this pandemic I realized that I am a small business owner who has to survive, and I cannot afford to turn off any potential customer or have my existing customers leave because they disagree with my opinions.

Published in Entrepreneurship
Thursday, 09 September 2021 16:33

Where Do We Go After COVID?

Where do we go after COVID?

What does it mean to live a life 'after' COVID? As the economic climate worldwide has failed to remain constant for more than a few days, businesses have been forced to adapt like never before.

With all the uncertainties around the world, one thing is certain; COVID-19 has dramatically shaped the marketing world we now co-exist with. In a survey conducted by the CMO, 72% of marketing leaders claimed the importance of marketing had increased in the last year.

As challenges within the business world continue to rise, opportunities of equal quantities also surface, each an opportunity for marketers to capitalise upon.

Published in Blog

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly had an extreme impact on small businesses globally. These changes have required small businesses to adapt fast in an attempt to overcome the negative ramifications that come with a global pandemic.

No matter how large or small you believe your business to be, it is vital that you take the time to intricately outline an overall game plan with a viable marketing strategy, to ensure you are reaching your targets and retaining valuable customers.

In our everchanging marketing landscape, for smaller businesses to stay on top of the game upgrading and maximising existing marketing practices are fundamental.

Here at Marketing Eye, we believe how you grow your business and brand matters; thus, we have compiled 6 marketing strategies that will assist you in outperforming your competitors.

Monday, 19 October 2020 08:52

My biggest leadership fail

On January 7 this year, I opened by diary for the first time in 2020. It was a remarkable moment, one that was so full of promise. Like any entrepreneur on the rise (or at least I thought that was to be the case), I had written down the goals I had set out for the year ahead in my diary in December. 

Published in Entrepreneurship
There are an abundance of grants available to small businesses looking to pivot their businesses online, but many are finding that the cheapest deal comes with dodgy web developers who are really just doing the numbers. Their sales spiel may be good, but their website development skills don't match. Many are offshoring their web development giving small businesses websites that are merely templates that don't have any of the basic factors taken into account.
Published in Marketing
Glen Eira City Councils extension of its marketing and website development grants will help catapult small businesses trying to reinvent themselves and survive in the current market. The market has changed forever and how businesses adapt will define their future and marketing is at the core.
It's hard to imagine that this day would ever have happened, but one Government decision, rightly or wrongly, has closed down small businesses in Melbourne for 6 weeks, and most are uncertain as to whether they have a future, let alone whether they should market their businesses or not.
Normally I would say it's not Government's responsibility to help market small businesses, but all of that changed when the Government imposed bans on companies opening their doors.

With threats (and I mean threats) of more to come, small businesses throughout Melbourne and the rest of Victoria have been forced to close for a minimum of 6 weeks. That means no work, no clients, no ability to pay the bills and rent.
Published in Marketing
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