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Writing a Marketing Plan

Let’s be clear, writing a marketing plan is not about fancy graphics and clever tag lines.

Decisions have to be made regarding the product or service being offered, the mix of good, better or best marketing practice with due consideration given to the competitors that you have to beat.

When you are writing a marketing plan, establishing your pricing position is vital.  More profit is made by great pricing plans than by cost cutting processes if you get this right.

Ensuring all aspects of the business match the marketing plan is a sure way to build success … high quality and high price positioning needs to be matched with excellent customer service, delivery and packaging standards to maintain consistency.

The marketing plan tends to be an internal plan, substance is more important than presentation.

Thinking of writing a marketing plan? Download the Yorkshire Powerhouse marketing plan template.

Content kindly provided by www.yorkshirepowerhouse.com visit them for free business templates & much more. 


Strategic marketing
 

Strategic Marketing: the setting out of clearly defined business goals and how they will be implemented.

This is basically about what connects your business to the market and how you will maximise the commercial opportunity that exists.  Your strategic marketing needs to take several factors into account and thought needs to be given to all of them to develop a robust strategy that will help your business succeed:

  • Where is my business trying to get to in the short, medium and long term?  Short term tends to be the main area of focus with new businesses but putting some thought into the direction over the longer term is a useful exercise within the strategic planning.
  • Which markets will the business operate in and what other types of activity are involved in those markets?  This can open many areas for exploration such as potential collaborations with others who have complimentary products or services but overall it provides an understanding of the scope of the market.
  • How will I compete?  More importantly, how will I compete better than my rivals to gain a commercial advantage?  This could be quality, price, service level or any number of differentiators – it could even be ‘how’ you sell your products or service.
  • What do I need to compete successfully?  Resources – equipment, finance, people, skills etc.
  • What external factors will influence or affect my ability to compete?  This covers a broad range of subjects but good examples would be things like the exchange rate if you are an importer or exporter.  These are elements which are beyond your direct control but impact on your ability to operate in your market.
  • Who else influences the market?  The expectations and values of a number of stakeholders can have importance within your market space (trade associations or local government for example) and you need to understand how their influence works and how you can best utilise it.
  • The combination of the goals and strategy will then generate a vision of your strategic marketing and what your business will look like and an awareness of the environment you are looking to operate in.

Thinking of writing a marketing plan? Download the Yorkshire Powerhouse marketing plan template

Content kindly provided by www.yorkshirepowerhouse.com visit them for free business templates & much more. 

Customer profile
 

With the trend towards ‘digital business’, often your customer knows more about you than you do about them.  Consumers have become experts: at the touch of a smartphone or tablet they can educate themselves about any product or service, how much it should cost, the best way to get it and who to get it from.

No-one will ever part with money for your product or service unless you can convince them that it will solve a problem that they have.  Working out who you are selling to and what their problems are is the first task when writing your new marketing plan and establishing your customer profile.

If you are already in business you will probably already have a good feel for your customer profile – but take a look at your top / best-spending customers from the last 6 / 12 months and see how you can categorise the different types.

If you are just starting business then you need to make sure you have done your research.  If you are planning to launch into a market that you know nothing about then you need to make sure you partner up with someone who does!  That may be an external marketing advisor with experience of that sector or just someone who works in the industry that can answer your questions.

In reality, most companies only sell to one kind of customer – some sell to two or three.  If you sit down come up with lots of different types of people who you are trying to sell to, then you are trying to sell to too many.  Your resulting marketing will be too unfocused to be effective.  Or it may be that you are thinking about all the people you currently sell to, but don’t necessarily want to.  Focus just on the people you really want to target and who will likely earn you the most money from your efforts.

Once you have an idea of who you are selling to, it’s time to create a customer profile for each one. Regardless of whether you sell business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) you are still selling to people.  It will be a person who decides they need your product or service, a person who comes to your website, a person who places the order and a person who ultimately benefits from what you sell.  If you are B2B then a useful alternative would be to refer to them as H2H (human-to-human) or P2P (professional-to-professional)!

Have some fun with this.  Come up with names for each customer type – Tradesman Terry or Solicitor Sarah!  Find photos to put on their profile sheets, add in extra information like what websites they visit regularly or what motivates them.

Specifics within a customer profile
With your customer in mind, answer the following questions:

  • What is their gender?  Are the decision-makers mainly female, male or genuinely an equal mix of both?
  • How old are they as a rule of thumb?
  • What is their level of education?
  • What is their average income?
  • Do they need the product (either personally or in their business) or is it a luxury?
  • How do they use the product or service?
  • What do they value the most?  Not just about your product / service but in their job or day to day life.
  • Do they impulse buy the product or do they save for it?
  • Where do they go to get their decision making information? (Google / their contacts / seek professional advice?)
  • Where are they physically and geographically located?
  • What time of day would they look for your product or service?

If you can’t answer 8 out of the 10 ten questions about your customer then you are never going to be able to sell to them and you’ve failed to create a customer profile!  People will only pay you money if you can solve a problem for them – and you need to know what those problems are and how your product solves it.

Defining your customer profile dictates every marketing decision you make.  For example, if you are looking at using Google Pay Per Click advertising to capture people searching for what you sell, you need to know when they are online doing their buying.  Are they sat in an office 9-5 or are they a self-employed tradesperson who catches up on their admin in the evening?  What motivates them – is it simply enough to throw-in a surprise chocolate bar every now and again with orders to keep them coming back to you, or do they value the after-sales support more than the product itself?

Content kindly provided by www.yorkshirepowerhouse.com visit them for free business templates & much more. 

Your unique selling point
 

With the trend towards ‘digital business’, often your customer knows more about you than you do about them.  Consumers have become experts: at the touch of a smartphone or tablet they can educate themselves about any product or service, how much it should cost, the best way to get it and who to get it from.

No-one will ever part with money for your product or service unless you can convince them that it will solve a problem that they have.  Working out who you are selling to and what their problems are is the first task when writing your new marketing plan and establishing your customer profile.

If you are already in business you will probably already have a good feel for your customer profile – but take a look at your top / best-spending customers from the last 6 / 12 months and see how you can categorise the different types.

If you are just starting business then you need to make sure you have done your research.  If you are planning to launch into a market that you know nothing about then you need to make sure you partner up with someone who does!  That may be an external marketing advisor with experience of that sector or just someone who works in the industry that can answer your questions.

In reality, most companies only sell to one kind of customer – some sell to two or three.  If you sit down come up with lots of different types of people who you are trying to sell to, then you are trying to sell to too many.  Your resulting marketing will be too unfocused to be effective.  Or it may be that you are thinking about all the people you currently sell to, but don’t necessarily want to.  Focus just on the people you really want to target and who will likely earn you the most money from your efforts.

Once you have an idea of who you are selling to, it’s time to create a customer profile for each one. Regardless of whether you sell business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) you are still selling to people.  It will be a person who decides they need your product or service, a person who comes to your website, a person who places the order and a person who ultimately benefits from what you sell.  If you are B2B then a useful alternative would be to refer to them as H2H (human-to-human) or P2P (professional-to-professional)!

Have some fun with this.  Come up with names for each customer type – Tradesman Terry or Solicitor Sarah!  Find photos to put on their profile sheets, add in extra information like what websites they visit regularly or what motivates them.

Specifics within a customer profile
With your customer in mind, answer the following questions:

  • What is their gender?  Are the decision-makers mainly female, male or genuinely an equal mix of both?
  • How old are they as a rule of thumb?
  • What is their level of education?
  • What is their average income?
  • Do they need the product (either personally or in their business) or is it a luxury?
  • How do they use the product or service?
  • What do they value the most?  Not just about your product / service but in their job or day to day life.
  • Do they impulse buy the product or do they save for it?
  • Where do they go to get their decision making information? (Google / their contacts / seek professional advice?)
  • Where are they physically and geographically located?
  • What time of day would they look for your product or service?

If you can’t answer 8 out of the 10 ten questions about your customer then you are never going to be able to sell to them and you’ve failed to create a customer profile!  People will only pay you money if you can solve a problem for them – and you need to know what those problems are and how your product solves it.

Defining your customer profile dictates every marketing decision you make.  For example, if you are looking at using Google Pay Per Click advertising to capture people searching for what you sell, you need to know when they are online doing their buying.  Are they sat in an office 9-5 or are they a self-employed tradesperson who catches up on their admin in the evening?  What motivates them – is it simply enough to throw-in a surprise chocolate bar every now and again with orders to keep them coming back to you, or do they value the after-sales support more than the product itself?

Content kindly provided by www.yorkshirepowerhouse.com visit them for free business templates & much more. 

Communicating your USP
 

There’s a lot of noise out there at the moment, and you would be forgiven for thinking that the only way to market a business any more is online or through social media. Communicating your USP can be difficult but having a unique selling point certainly makes the task easier as your customer will be drawn to you.

In truth you need to use a mix of channels (both online and in the real world) to communicate your USP to your target audience – and which one you use should be based on the people you are trying to connect with, not your own favourites.  You should have strategically worked this out already by creating your customer profile.

Channels of communication
Let’s take a look at all the different ways that you can communicate your USP to your potential customers:

  • Direct mail (leaflets or postcards sent in the post)
  • Direct email (electronic versions sent to prospects by email) and email newsletters (regularly weekly / monthly / quarterly email to your customers)
  • Google search (Pay-Per-Click, local results and search engine optimisation)
  • Social media (Facebook, Twitter etc)
  • LinkedIn
  • Direct phone calls
  • Dropping-in to your potentials customer’s place of business
  • Networking events
  • Trade shows
  • News stories (Industry magazines, local magazines, newspapers and websites)
  • Local directory booklets
  • Your own website
  • Blog posts (Your own website and others).
  • Local radio adverts
  • Display advertising (posters, billboards, bus adverts, signs etc)

Go back to the profile you wrote for your target customer and rate out of ten how well each communication channel fits with what you know about them.  Will you be able to drop in on Terry the Tradesman or contact him on LinkedIn?  Unlikely.  Will he be listening to the local radio and seeing adverts on the back of a bus as he’s driving his van between jobs?  Most definitely.  Solicitor Sarah will be sat at her desk most of the day, but how many emails does she get?  Would something fun in the post work better?

Once you have rated the different communication channels above against your profiles, pick the top three and concentrate on these first.  OK – you may love Facebook and be keen to do social media, but if something else fits with your customer profile better, do that first.

Now that you have planned how you are going to talk to potential customers, the next step is to work out what you are going to say.  This is where, again, having invested time learning about your customers and coming up with a point of difference for your business really pays off.

When communicating your USP, you only have a very short time to get your message across, so if it takes you 60 seconds to explain to someone why they should buy from you then that is 57 seconds too long!  Instead, you need to base your company marketing around one, strong concept that can be gotten across in a single short sentence.

Start by asking yourself the following questions about your customer:

  • What is your customer’s biggest headache and how can your product or service solve it for them?
  • Where do they want to take their business (or themselves personally) in the next 12 months and how can your product or service get them there?
  • What is their biggest fear, and how will your product or service stop this fear becoming a reality?

For example, airlines selling business class travel used to try and outdo each other by listing a whole range of reasons why they were better – building advertising campaigns around saying they had more leg-room, more free-drinks, quicker check-ins, softer beds and better food than their competition.  But it was British Airways who came to dominate the business travel market because they looked at what the customer wanted from business travel and summed it up in one point – if you travelled with BA Business class you would ‘arrive ready to do business’.  This gave them a single, strong message to build all their marketing around and you need the same for your business.

Use the three questions above.  Come up with a single, strong reason for someone to use your product or service that you can get across in a sentence.  And don’t be afraid to ask for help – find someone in the target market that you are looking to sell to and ask them if you can talk to them for half an hour about what messages will resonate with them the best.  Or spend an hour with an expert advisor who knows the marketplace and what motivates people in it.

Communicating your USP is essential – having the right message can often be the challenge.

Content kindly provided by www.yorkshirepowerhouse.com visit them for free business templates & much more. 

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Kirklees TV Interview

Saturday 02 June 2018

We recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by Liz Hey from Kirklees TV as part of their series of business programmes. We were delighted to be able to discuss how important using the Objective Management Group sales evaluation and sales candidate assessment tools can help improve sales performance in companies with sales teams. We also had the opportunity to discuss how we use the tools of one of other partners Sales STAR to help develop sales managers into super coaches. Enjoy watching the interview. http://bit.ly/2JlyThB
Posted by Ventas Sales Ltd
Local Businesswoman To Take On Sporting Challenges for Babyloss Charity

Friday 11 May 2018

Huddersfield businesswoman, Katrina Cliffe, is set to take on a series of physical challenges over the next three months to raise money for Tommy’s the baby charity. Katrina, founder and MD of Lindley-based marketing agency KC Communications, will be challenging herself to the Manchester, Leeds and Lindley 10k’s along with a mini triathlon to raise money for Tommy’s. Tommy’s the baby charity raises money to undertake research into miscarriage, stillbirth and premature births helping to save babies lives along with providing support to families experiencing such a traumatic time. Tommy’s have supported a significant number of families and their research has reduced stillbirth by 22% in Greater Manchester. Katrina unknowingly had a condition which led to the loss of her first child, Casey, who was born too soon at 20 weeks in June 2004. With subsequent pregnancies, Katrina was under specialist care which resulted in operations, bedrest and 100s of injections. Research undertaken by Tommy’s identified new treatments which can help to prevent premature birth and due to this Katrina’s eldest daughter Stevie was born healthily at 33 weeks, whereas youngest daughter, Jaime went to full term following further successful research undertaken by the Tommy’s team. Katrina commented: “Losing my son was an absolute shock as there were no warning signs that I might not be able to carry to term. Although I have since gone on to have two healthy daughters, losing Casey had a significant impact on my life and while it has been a driver to success, it has also had affected my mental health. Over the years we have raised almost £10,000 for Tommy’s and I plan to continue this to ensure more babies are born safely and that their families are supported through such a traumatic time. I signed up for these challenges last year and have only recently started training as I did not think I wouldn’t be able to see these challenges through, but I’m back on track, motivated and feeling much better in myself for it. My daughters are proof that the research undertaken is absolutely vital and I’m proud to once again be supporting Tommy’s”. To sponsor Katrina visit https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/KatrinaCliffe or text KCCC83 £AMOUNT to 70070.
Posted by KC Communications
New Apple IT repair centre opens in Huddersfield

Friday 11 May 2018

Check out our new Huddersfield service centre. Castlegate Huddersfield. This is who we are and this is what we do. HAD-IT Limited & HAD-IT (Huddersfield) Ltd incorporating HAD-COPY and HAD-PRINT Specialise in the Service and Support of Apple Products including Macs, iPads and iPhones etc. Our Apple Certified Engineers offer repairs from a simple Screen Replacement to Hard Drive Issues, Upgrades, Tuition and Training at very competitive prices. We also Supply and Support a full range of State of the Art Technology Colour and Mono Copier/Printers from simple Desktop to Large Format and Feature Rich Multifunction Machines with Full System Document Production all with a variety of Service, Maintenance and Support Contracts. In addition, our Printing Division offers a complete Graphic Design and High-Quality Printing Service to AO Size.
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Check out our New! Print Centre in Huddersfield

Friday 11 May 2018

Our Experienced Print Bureau Staff have a wealth of knowledge to make your Print and Graphics Project stand-out from the crowd.
Posted by HAD-IT
Your Local Apple IT Repair Specialists

Friday 11 May 2018

Hello, I’m one of the team at Had-It Limited. Our IT Technicians have a background with Apple Products, and have Apple training in their careers. We specialise in the repair of iPhones, through to Macbook and Apple desktops. So if you’ve had a slip and smashed your screen, we’re here to help. Prices vary on device and problem.
Posted by HAD-IT
Branding specialist launches customer experience workshop for local businesses

Tuesday 08 May 2018

Huddersfield branding consultancy The Engine Room is kickstarting a series of workshops for local businesses, focusing on how to enhance the customer experience. Aimed primarily at established companies looking to find a competitive advantage, the first event will explore how teams can better engage with existing and prospective clients by boosting brand performance. The 3-hour session – ‘Designing the customer experience’ – will be hosted on Thursday 24 May at Bates Mill, Colne Road in conjunction with Design Network North. Practical and activity-based, the workshop will immerse attendees into a ‘design thinking’ mindset – equipping them with the tools to better understand their customers, map out their consumer journey and balance brand promises with deliverables. With more than 17 years’ experience in strategic design consultancy, The Engine Room advocates the importance of conveying purpose and values within brand identity – as well as matching customer expectations with the experienced reality. Commenting on what attendees can expect from the workshop, founder and design director Darren Evans said: “The session is sure to be fast-paced, as we want people to leave with a real understanding of the importance of crafting a great customer experience – as well as the steps they can take to do this. “We’ll be talking and walking attendees through a series of practical tools, which they’ll be able to put to good use in their own businesses. It will benefit anyone who is serious about making their organisation stand out from the crowd and gain a competitive advantage – whether within the private or public sector.” Having previously delivered numerous workshops on strategic branding and design, the consultancy is planning to run further brand experience training sessions for start-ups in the coming months, as well as sector-specific workshops homing in on key industry issues and opportunities. Elaborating on the importance of brand experience, Darren continued: “Businesses that invest in understanding who they are and what value they deliver are the ones that survive. How you design your organisation around these purposes is key, and many of the clients we work with place a huge emphasis on this. “So many companies want to portray their passion for delivering an exceptional service. But we’ve found that it’s only when this care is incorporated throughout the entire brand experience, that the business is able to deliver on its promises.” Tickets for The Engine Room’s ‘Designing the customer experience’ workshop can be purchased now through Eventbrite, at £40 for Design Network North members or £80 for non-members.
Posted by Scriba PR Limited
Yorkshire Businesswoman Appointed to the Board of the Chartered Institute of Marketing

Wednesday 25 April 2018

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Huddersfield-based businesswoman Katrina Cliffe, as their SME Ambassador on the Yorkshire Regional Board. Katrina has worked in the marketing industry for almost 20 years working for a variety of businesses across multiple industries before establishing her marketing agency, KC Communications in 2014. Katrina has been a member of the CIM for almost ten years and has completed two CIM Diplomas in marketing communications and digital marketing. Speaking of her appointment, Katrina commented, “I am delighted to have been accepted onto the Board in this new role. Supporting SMEs with the development and implementation of marketing strategies that positively impact on their business and regional growth is something I am truly passionate about. As an SME business owner myself, I understand the challenges faced by SMEs, and I hope to be able to use my range of contacts and the variety of professional activities I already undertake to promote the benefits of both the CIM and how marketing can play a key role in the success of a business”. Diane Earles, Network Manager for CIM, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Katrina to the board and I am sure she will be a real asset to the team.”
Posted by KC Communications
Marketing provider unveils updated web presence

Wednesday 25 April 2018

Leading print and marketing company Webmart has launched a brand new website to coincide with its expansion from print, into a more diverse marketing offering. Designed by The Bigger Boat – a digital marketing agency based in West Yorkshire – the new-look website reflects the firm’s unique approach to business. The Bigger Boat was tasked with communicating Webmart’s credentials as a marketing partner that has a focus on creating savings and generating results. The website also needed to reflect its vibrant, quirky and unique personality. Oxfordshire-headquartered Webmart – which also has offices in Yorkshire and Scotland – was founded in 1996, and over the past few decades has built a reputation as a solid print partner for major brands, although it has more recently become a leading expert on a wide breadth of topics, including data enhancement and media buying. Managing Director at The Bigger Boat, Andy McCaul explained: “The purpose of this new site was to raise Webmart’s online profile and communicate their marketing services, as well as highlighting the results that they generate. “Webmart was already a well-established brand, but the company had completely altered its tone of voice and direction in recent times – developing from a print partner into a real marketing collaborator. The team needed the input and expertise of a specialist digital agency like ours, to be able to achieve their objectives. The creative challenge was to design a website that could showcase Webmart’s well known bright colour pallet and quirky personality, whilst remaining serious about the results that they can provide.” The three-month project required Webmart’s internal .Net development team to work alongside the digital marketing agency to bring the assignment to life. The Bigger Boat created the design and front-end development, whilst Webmart handled the back-end Umbraco element of the project. Commenting on the job, Stuart Payne, Webmart’s chief growth officer, said: “Since the launch of the new site, we have already seen an improvement in performance, with traffic and engagement levels increasing, and – most importantly – the quality of enquiries being significantly enhanced. For example, we have recently secured a large contract with a high street brand, which started purely from a live chat conversation on our new website.” The Bigger Boat has worked with Webmart since 2017, and its wider clients include toy giant Little Tikes, door manufacturer Deuren and global chemical manufacturer SNF.
Posted by Scriba PR Limited
Record growth for Yorkshire digital agency

Wednesday 11 April 2018

Creative digital marketing agency The Bigger Boat has achieved a record 43% increase in turnover for the period 2017-18. This substantial uplift in revenue follows significant change for the Mirfield-based company – founded in 2010 by directors Doug Main, Lee Boothroyd and Andy McCaul – whose services include branding, digital and search marketing. Creative director Doug recently completed the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses UK programme, after a successful application to this national – and well-recognised – scheme. Launched in 2010 – and designed to provide high-quality and practical support to leaders of small businesses in the UK – the opportunity was established to unlock the growth potential for more compact companies. Commenting on the course, Doug said: “It was fantastic to be chosen to participate and learn new skills. But the chance to liaise with – and bounce ideas off – fellow business owners has been invaluable, and left me with a real hunger to inject some fresh and forward-thinking ideas into how we run The Bigger Boat moving forwards.” The agency’s biggest growth to date also comes hot on the heels of a duo of key appointments, paving the way for an increase in their 60-strong customer base. Ruby Ribbons joins the team as a junior account manager, following a degree in communications at Northumbria University. She will be working on a number of client accounts – including UNTHA UK and SNF – and providing social media support as part of her role. Another notable staff member to join the creative crew is senior account manager Emma Heslop. With a wealth of experience in marketing – including 20 years in the design and print industry – Emma is already heavily involved in numerous client projects, and is currently handling the design and digital marketing for the agency’s biggest client, Little Tikes. Managing Director Andy McCaul said: “Both Ruby and Emma have the digital skills that we look for in all our staff – and have slotted into the team perfectly. With Emma’s vast experience, I am confident that she will bring a wealth of creative knowledge to the table.” Andy continued: “And Ruby has already embraced her role with an impressive level of commitment. We are looking forward to watching her grow and evolve in this environment.” The 11-strong agency is now on the lookout for a further account manager to increase its number, as their expansion continues into 2018.
Posted by Scriba PR Limited
Global Branding Agency Announces Launch of Accelerator Hub to Support Yorkshire Creative & Tech Start-Ups

Tuesday 03 April 2018

Elmwood, the world’s most effective brand design consultancy, is set to launch its first accelerator programme in June 2018. Elmwood LaunchPod is a unique project bringing creative and technology start-ups together into a thriving creative community, collaborating with them over a 12-week programme designed to take their businesses to the next level. Initial details about Elmwood LaunchPod, which will be hosted at Elmwood’s studio in Leeds (United Kingdom), have been released today, with the official launch of the accelerator programme taking applications from Monday 16th April until Friday 8th May. The inaugural accelerator programme is aimed at promoting the development of innovative consumer health start-ups, with Elmwood inviting both technology and creative (STEAM: science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) businesses who are innovating how people manage their health to improve their quality of life. As a global brand design consultancy, Elmwood is uniquely placed to o?er start-ups the guidance and support they need to ensure sustainable business growth beyond the 12-week programme. By bringing emerging technology and creative businesses into their community, they hope to discover how technological innovation can enhance brand experiences for both clients and consumers. Elmwood anticipates working with 5 start-ups when the 12-week accelerator programme commences, helping to support the next generation of entrepreneurs who are already hard at work to bring emerging ideas to market that will shape the future of consumer health. Throughout the 12-week programme, successful applicants will receive specialist insight from a world-class community of marketers and creative designers and free workspace at Elmwood’s creative and dynamic studio. Participating start-ups will also have access to expertise across Elmwood’s industry-leading global clients as mentors, as well as access to investors. Sarah Dear, managing partner at Elmwood and managing director of Elmwood LaunchPod, commented: “This is a unique project bringing together businesses with breakthrough ideas propelled by the power of design. “The future inevitably starts with an idea and some of the most innovative ideas are found among start-up businesses. Elmwood prides itself on being at the intersection of creativity and innovation and we’re looking forward to supporting the aspirations of health-focused entrepreneurs who are eager to develop the next generation of consumer health experiences into successful businesses that help improve people’s lives.”
Posted by KC Communications
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