Sunday, 1 February 2009

"When your competitors are slashing their marketing budgets, don't be tempted to do the same."

From the Wonkana blog...

I was reminded today of some sage advice from Robert Craven, who Richard Branson refers to as "the entrepreneur's entrepreneur" and how businesses ought to react ( can you detect the yearning tone? Good.) when all around them belts are being tightened, budgets are being squeezed and the consumer wants "owt for nowt". The words still resound as strongly as that day in Spike Island amongst the melee of the Bristol Enterprise Network."When your competitors are slashing their marketing budgets, don't be tempted to do the same."
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RELEVANT LINKS
Marketing Blues
- Wonkana blog
The Devil's In The Detail and Capital Pitching also make reference to me.



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