At a time when expectations of brand experiences are at an all-time high, how can marketers build the right kind of relationship to deliver the experience the consumer wants, with the limited data they are given?
In today’s market, all nonprofit organizations should objectively ask and answer hard questions about their impact, solvency, relevancy and opportunities. And as an outcome, they need to act differently—diversify their revenue streams, approach their fundraising work in new ways and shift their strategies.
With the proliferation of martech and adtech tools over the past ten years, there’s no shortage of technology platforms available to help marketers understand, target and communicate with consumers more effectively.
In attempts to be more relatable, brands are focusing on developing personalities and purposes, while sweeping activities like data collection under the rug. The problem becomes magnified when it involves healthcare companies – organizations that trade in some of the most sensitive and intimate information.