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How Daniel Wellington Built A $228 Million Global Fashion Empire With A Tiny $30k Investment [Detailed Case Study]

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Daniel Wellington Case Study

In today’s age, starting a new fashion brand online is very, very difficult. Fashion is the most competitive industry, hands down.

According to McKinsey Global Fashion Index, the global fashion industry is estimated to be worth $2.4 trillion.

Not only is penetrating this market incredibly competitive, but then once your business does get some legs…competing in a global industry plagued by copycat rivals and ruthless competition is not an easy fete.

Couple this with the huge amount of start up capital required to not only fund your first run of production, but advertising in an industry that spends $1.01 billion on advertising each year.

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Shocking Case Study Proves Just How Fiercely Competitive Digital Marketing Is For The $500m Insurance Company iSelect

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iSelect Market Review

Insurance is the most brutally competitive industry on the planet.

Especially when it comes to digital marketing.

Insurance companies spend more on digital marketing than any other industry, and because of this, they are plagued by:

  • The highest average Cost Per Clicks
  • The fiercest competition on SEO
  • Tough regulations on what you can and can’t say
  • Ever increasing competition across all channels

So, what better place to look than this most fiercely competitive landscape in digital marketing, than insurance – to find out what the top players are doing to choke out their competition and make them ‘tap out’.

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A Rare Peek Inside HelloFresh’s $880 Million Growth Strategy [Case Study]

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HelloFresh Case Study

You can’t seem to walk down the street or watch TV these days without seeing an ad for a food delivery service.

However, no one is more more aggressive with their marketing than Rocket Internet’s brain child and e-commerce food brand, HelloFresh.

HelloFresh’s German counterpart has just topped the list of Europe’s fastest growing companies, increasing revenue by 13,159%. They went from €2.3 million ($3.4 million) in 2012 to €304m ($450 million) in 2015. That did not stop in 2016, with a yearly revenue of €597m ($880 million).

HelloFresh has more than 850,000 customers globally and operates in nine countries across three continents. Its 2,000 employees work to deliver 9 million meals a month.

What They Do

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5 Questions to Ask Any Digital Marketing Agency

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Digital marketing is a forever evolving industry and it can be hard to keep up. Many businesses both big and small are turning to digital marketing agencies for help for this very reason.

If you are looking to sign on with a digital marketing agency, we have collated 5 of the top questions you have to ask before signing the dotted line.

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12 Skills that All Great Leaders Need to Have

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1.) Confidence

For a leader, being confident is about believing in what they are working towards and earning the respect and trust of those around them.

2.) Determination

Being focused and determined is a skill that all great leaders need to possess. As a leader you can’t be easily distracted or swayed by competitors, opinions and setbacks. A true leader needs to stay focused on the goal while still remaining open and flexible.

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4 Simple Ways to Improve Your Small Business Marketing

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Marketing is crucial to the survival of any business, but particularly so for small businesses.

All small businesses need to have a marketing strategy but very often, small business owners struggle to keep their marketing efforts up to date.

While we recommend all small businesses hire a good marketing agency, we also understand that this may not be possible due to budget constraints.

If you have been managing your small business marketing on your own and want to make some improvements, then this article is for you.

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6 Ways to Boost the Productivity of Your Employees

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A happy employee is a productive employee and time and time again, science has proven this.

Research has found that when your employees are happy, it can help to boost their productivity by 12 percent. This may not seem like much, but over time this can lead to huge results for your business.

Happy employees are also more likely to stick around longer and are likely to cost you less in the long run, which is why creating happiness in the workplace is vital for your business.

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Keep Customers Coming Back Using Mobile Marketing

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Over the years statistics have shown that 70 percent of companies find that it is cheaper to retain an existing customer rather than acquire a new one.

Further studies also show that finding a new customer can be five times more expensive than simply retaining an existing one. This just goes to show how important it is to retain your customers once you have found them.

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Snail Mail Marketing: Should You Even Bother?

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Is snail mail marketing dead or is there some merit to sending your consumers direct marketing material?

70 percent of people state that they receive too many emails, which has some marketers questioning whether or not they should return to the good old days of snail mail.

Approximately 13.8 billion letters are sent every year however, in comparison over 74 trillion emails are sent every year.

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