As the current pandemic continues to rattle different parts of our country, unemployment numbers teeter and a presidential election looms, one question continues…
As the current pandemic continues to rattle different parts of our country, unemployment numbers teeter and a presidential election looms, one question continues to persist for marketers: “Will the strategy I’m working on be relevant and appropriate by the time it’s ready for market?”
It’s a challenging question, but there are three communications fundamentals that, if prioritized, will significantly increase the likelihood that the answer ends up a “yes” for your strategy work.
Imprint’s managing directors Meg Staknis and Duncan Milne have conceptualized these pillars as the “head,” the “heart” and the “hands.” Meg and Duncan sat down with managing editor Colter Hettich to discuss what each metaphor represents and why it is crucial to any strategy being developed now and for the foreseeable future.
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