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Presentation given by myself and Ed Moran at the Brite Conference 10/15/08

Presentation given by myself and Ed Moran at the Brite Conference 10/15/08

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  • 1. The Rise of the CMO 2.0 Introductory Presentation for the CMO 2.0 Workshop Presented (10/15/08) at: By: Francois Gossieaux, Partner Beeline Labs Ed Moran, Director of Product Innovation, Deloitte
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  • 3. The whole marketing game has changed The rules The players The scope The tactics The added values YES THEY HAVE…BUT IT’S NOT JUST THE RULES
  • 4. The end goal: creating a customer “ Because the purpose of business is to create a customer, the business enterprise has two–and only two–basic functions: marketing and innovation. Marketing and innovation produce results; all the rest are costs. Marketing is the distinguishing, unique function of the business.” – Peter Drucker THE ONLY THING THAT HAS REMAINED THE SAME:
  • 5. Social Media Happened… a platform and culture of participation has emerged – giving power to ALL your employees, customers, detractors and prospects WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED?
  • 6. People no longer want to hear from companies People want to hear from other people THE NEW RULES:
  • 7. ALL your Customers ALL your Employees ALL your Prospects ALL your Detractors THE NEW PLAYERS:
  • 8. Pre sale Post sale Global tribes THE NEW SCOPE:
  • 9. Business communities Social media & networks People-speak and authenticity Speed of response THE NEW TACTICS:
  • 10. people’s attention people’s trust talented employees and champions Externalized business processes Retell-able stories to market with versus at THE NEW ADDED VALUES:
  • 11. The Marketing center of gravity has moved away from companies to individuals and their tribes THE END RESULT?
  • 12. OUT WITH THE OLD CONCEPTS AND WAYS: SWITCHING COSTS BIG BUDGETS MARKET SHARE PRICING CONTROL MANAGEMENT BETTER MOUSETRAP TARGETING COMPETITION INTERRUPT ISOLATE PAGE VIEWS RETURN ON INVESTMENT PROMOTIONS
  • 13. IN WITH THE NEW CONCEPTS AND WAYS: ATTRACT AFFILIATE ASSIST CO-OPETITION WORD OF MOUTH TRIBES VALUE SMART BUDGETS LEADERSHIP EDGES CO-CREATE CO-MARKET RETURN ON ATTENTION ENGAGEMENT RATIOS TRUST FRICTIONLESS COMMUNITIES TRANSPARENCY
  • 14. CMO 2.0: Represents the Voice of the Customer Becomes More Strategic Requires New Management Thinking Controls the Brand Differently
  • 15. Francois Gossieaux , Partner, Beeline Labs t. 617.899.1698 e. [email_address] b. http://www.emergencemarketing.com http://www.marketingtwo.com c. http://www.marketingtwo.net Ed Moran , Director New Product Innovation, Deloitte t. 212.436.6839 e. [email_address] Tribalization of Business Study http://www.deloitte.com/dtt/article/0,1042,sid=108577%2526cid=219449,00.html http://www.beelinelabs.com/tribalization ANY QUESTIONS?
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