This week on The Kula Ring we got a chance to sit down with Lori Raymond. Lori is the CEO of Tourmaline Enterprises, a thermal inkjet printer manufacturer in California. We discussed tiered marketing strategies. Creating messaging for process engineers, distributors, and consumers alike. Additionally, Lori shared stories from her experience of being a female CEO in a historically male dominated field. This is an insightful episode, why are you still reading!? Start listening.
Marketers talk about building brand awareness, getting seen, being known. What if your brand is known the world over, but you have the task of introducing it in the Americas? Eric Graham is on the show this week discussing how he is doing that with Seeley. An Australian brand that is ubiquitous everywhere that isn’t the Americas. We discuss how he is leveraging solidified brand and marketing strategies to replicate global success in an emerging market. Plus, we talk about wine, what’s better than that?
Andrew DeDonker is on the show this week sharing how RAM Mounts has developed their marketing team and strategy. They have an in-house agency covering B2B and B2C. We breakdown how they take advantage of their brand recognition on the consumer side to fuel their B2B marketing efforts. Come on by and learn a thing or two about how to synergize your team and your marketing streams, we sure did!
This week Lewis Simms extols the virtues of creating a simple message. Finding a pain point in your potential customer’s life and solving it is one thing, finding a way to concisely express that is another one entirely. Lewis walks us through what that looks like in a world known for being intricate and inaccessible to the uninitiated, 3D Printing.
We have all caught ourselves thinking about what the world has become, or what comes next for us. This week we are talking to Peter Hedger, who has put some concerted effort into understanding this conundrum. As a B2B manufacturing marketer he has some key insights into what might be coming next for us marketers. In a world saturated with social media and pandemic fallout Peter thinks community is going to be more important than ever.