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Eurotech Universities
Guest Lecture (Creative Marketing Strategies)
Toine Nagel
Septembre 23rd 2015

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Toine Nagel | Eurotech Universities | guest lecture

  1. 1. Toine Nagel Marketing
  2. 2. Toine Nagel Guest Lecture Subject: Strategic (Creative) Marketing Date: September 23rd 2015 Location: Eindhoven University of Technology For: European Venture Program Participants (this presentation is published on: slideshare.net)
  3. 3. when hearing the word; a lot of people think: ‘marketing’ what is…
  4. 4. what is…
  5. 5. and of course what is…
  6. 6. what is…
  7. 7. I call it ‘push’ what is…
  8. 8. I’m not telling you push doesn’t help you sell a product… I’m telling you ‘push’ dates back to the ‘I’ era… The era that life was about ego’s and ‘greed was good’… what is…
  9. 9. what is… The ‘greed era’ marketing guru’s still talk about the same old ‘marketing mix’ Philip Kotler the ‘father’ of marketing
  10. 10. what is… But… Western society has evolved Basic Needs have been fulfilled Higher Needs is what we focus on Peoples position in this pyramid depends on, amongst others, education and social background… Abraham Maslow’s ‘Hierarchy of Needs’ pyramid
  11. 11. what is… Nowadays most of the economy isn’t physical anymore… In The Netherlands the financial economy is 4 times bigger than the ‘real’ economy
  12. 12. what is… The era you could convince or persuade is long gone
  13. 13. what is… ‘do you (the brand) and I (the consumer) feel a match?’ Modern marketing is about:
  14. 14. ‘match’ People relate on the ‘higher needs’ level… how… To give people a chance to connect with you, you have to be open about who you are, what it is that drives you, what it is you stand for…
  15. 15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPYeCltXpxw The first question, you as an entrepreneur, should ask yourself is: how…
  16. 16. The second question you should ask is: how… ‘what’s in it for me?’ from the prospective customers perspective financially, socially, emotionally
  17. 17. how… The third question you should ask yourself is: Are these facts, or arguments? In many cases people don’t know why they did what they did. But before they arrive home they thought up a whole lot of plausible arguments to explain their (buying) behavior to their wives…
  18. 18. how… Big (innovative) commercial success often starts with: 1) ‘Digging up’ consumer insights 2) Observing consumer behavior 3) Listening to complaints
  19. 19. case…
  20. 20. case… Dutch (public) radio station; 3FM
  21. 21. And it was our task (being part of a team) to market these waves… You could consider the ‘product’ to be; radio waves… case… 3FM logo < 2003
  22. 22. case… To do so we first had to make sure these waves had; economic value (service design / value creation) and even more important; psychological / emotional / social value (service design / value creation) target audience: 15 > 35
  23. 23. case… Why (are we on Earth)? What is it people want? (Consumer Insights) What is it people complain about?
  24. 24. case… Where it started: My colleagues and I had huge success with Radio 2’s Top 2000… (up to 4,5 million votes | up to 11 million listeners and viewers | in a country as small as 17 million inhabitants) After the 2nd edition, December 2000, 3FM called us and said; We want something like that!
  25. 25. case… Where it started: In January 2001 we started the 3FM project with; ‘The week of Dutch pop music’ (broadcasted February / around Valentines day) Where it came to interaction / dialogue (between DJ’s and audience) we lead 3FM into a whole new World… Keep in mind: Internet was relatively new, the standard was 56k6 modems and some ISDN, there were no Smartphones yet… But… there was one DJ -Rob Stenders- who took his Nokia 3210 to ‘the office’, and used it only for text messaging. He even arranged a special 06 number: 0654radio3 And that was exactly what we needed!
  26. 26. case… Where it started: That Nokia 3210 meant interaction, wherever you want it, whenever you want it… Together with Vodafone we ‘tuned’ the system; we made multiple copies of the 0654radio3 SIM card, put them in a SIM box and squeezed more text messages trough than theoretically was possible … The we created a Hotmail like online platform DJ’s and producers could use to send and receive we’re still talking early 00’s, when 3FM was (technically) connected with its audience. Next step; how do we connect emotionally?
  27. 27. case… Where it started: First steps in emotional connection: At PinkPop you could set an ‘alarm clock’ (we’d learned that people came for a special act, and then mist it while sleeping off the booze in their tents...) You could subscribe for the latest PinkPop News (we’d learned that people, while camping on the grounds, mist a whole lot of what was going on (remember; no internet, no smartphones…) You could even subscribe for the PinkPop (camping) Weather Forecast… All in all: Being connected to 3FM radio became an ‘experience’. 3FM became a ‘friend’ with whom you experienced the greatest things, together creating the best memories…
  28. 28. 3FM logo 2003 >3FM logo < 2003 case… In 2003 new management arrived and the old 3FM became the new 3FM
  29. 29. We sat down with the 3FM team and asked the same questions all over again, and surprisingly enough; got partly new answers: case… We are rebellious We live for the music Yes, we do bite (even do there is no hand feeding us) We love new, we love underground (and we can play it, because we don’t need to please advertisers) More underground, more rebellious… (and some company secrets) But… our heart is in the right place! (is this a typical Dutch proverb?)
  30. 30. case… ‘heart is in the right place’…??? and out came the obvious question: (how do you?) prove it!
  31. 31. The idea was born: x-mass time became a period of decadence. Expensive gifts, eating more than you should… while at the same time millions of people all over the World are starving… That -from the hearth- bothered the 3FM team, and they wanted use their ‘toolbox’ to do something about it, by locking themselves up, not eat for (almost) a week, and use the power of radio to do good (‘Serious request’ was invented in 2003, and in its original form was a bus, touring trough the country) case… 2004
  32. 32. The idea was born: Heart of the ‘Glass House’ concept is people requesting to play certain songs, which at it self is as old as radio is. People even are willing to pay for to hear those songs. And that’s something we found out during our consumer insights research… (3FM, being a public radio station, normally can’t ask for money. But In the Serious Request setting it’s not 3FM asking for money, it’s Red Cross asking you for a donation…) (Premium SMS, along with the 3333 short code, was Introduced in 2004. You could say; it was premium SMS that made Serious Request possible) case… 2007 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ti0EHkj9jWE
  33. 33. The idea was born: Another big part of the ‘Glass House’ concept is the ‘minute of fame’. People love to hear their own voice on the radio, or having their names mentioned. They are even are willing to pay for it. Which again is something we found out during our consumer insights research… case… 2009
  34. 34. The idea was born: Another ‘force’ to be aware of in the ‘Glass House’ concept is a phenomena named: ‘collective consciousness’ also known as the ‘bystander effect’: A group of bystanders watch a person drown. Nobody undertakes any action… Luckily enough it also works the other way around: When the first rescuer jumps in the water, other members of the group jump into action too… With the ‘Glass House’ concept 3FM is the first rescuer jumping… and many follow. case… 2009
  35. 35. Eindhoven 2010 The idea was born: The last very important ingredient is of course; an enthusiastic crowd! That’s why the ‘Glass House’ / Serious Request project always takes place in ‘student cities’
  36. 36. case… results
  37. 37. That’s about it… Although I’m proud of this project, and of the results. What makes me even more than proud is the fantastic team I was privileged to work with. case… time for question Toine Nagel - feel free to get in touch. You'll find me on:

Eurotech Universities Guest Lecture (Creative Marketing Strategies) Toine Nagel Septembre 23rd 2015

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