Marketing Through Connection with Bryan Kramer
There’s not much that can’t be automated these days. But in our quest for efficiency and cost-saving solutions, we’ve forgotten a very crucial aspect of business relationships: Human connection.
The days of the liquid lunch are long gone; deals are made through online exchanges -- not over a drink and some conversation downtown. In this episode of The Liquid Lunch Project, Matt and Luigi sit down with Bryan Kramer, business coach, speaker, author, and CEO of PureMatter. To Bryan, “being human” is THE biggest competitive advantage - yet, many business owners are removing their “humanness” from the equation.
But people still crave connection. And it’s those companies that go above and beyond to cross the digital divide to connect with their costumers on a human level that will come out as victors in the end.
What You’ll Learn:
- How to improve the customer journey
- How to create “delightful surprises” and why it’s so important
- How Bryan helps business owners with purpose-driven marketing consulting
- If you need a marketing degree to be a successful marketer
- How he prepared for his interview with Ted Turner
- ...and much more!
“We can and should reach out to people, not just when we deliver something or need something, but when they least expect it.”
Connect with Bryan!
- Website: https://bryankramer.com/
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheRealBryanKramer
- Instagram: @bryankramer1
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryanjkramer/
- Twitter: @bryankramer
How To Get Involved:
Matthew Meehan and Luigi Rosabianca use their combined experience to provide insight and strategic advice to help small and medium-sized businesses in America have the same opportunities as corporate 500 companies.
If you’re looking for tailor-made solutions to grow your small biz, learn more at www.shieldadvisorygroup.com.
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