iSPIRT works to transform India into a hub for new generation software products, by addressing crucial government policy, creating market catalysts and grow the maturity of product entrepreneurs. Welcome to the Official Insights!
“…to your context…” – watch this video about a customer. You’ll appreciate why learning is directly connected to decision making.
“…I thought it was me…” – another customer. Why and how peers can play a fantastic role in arriving at solutions. They’ve made mistakes that you don’t need to. Vice versa.
“….tunnel vision….” – the curse of knowledge. From a veteran.
Product Entrepreneurs are battling their demons every hour, every day. And inside this battle lies the glory of winning. From the outside it looks like chaos and madness. But there is a sense to it all. See this deck below to get a better idea.
How silly of me… almost forgot to mention … this is a by invite only event. You don’t want to be left out. You’ll find the registration links below the deck.
See you in the city that was the top 3 shortlisted cities to be India’s capital back in the day.
Recently they attended HiTec – world’s largest and most expansive hospitality technology event.
“We were one of the last to book our space and we missed the best spots on the floor. Even with that, we managed to get about 200 people to the booth in 3 days. And about half of them we kept engaged through a touchscreen that played the 8 videos.”
Content is one of those things a marketer has to spend money on. The pursuit, however – is to find the highest ROI from content.
Here are 3 things that made their conference content investment a high return exercise:
1. Spray it. Don’t just say it.
Pepper your audience with multiple small bite sized information.
When you are expecting guests – as in a trade show particularly – try to put up more than a single piece of information.
So 100 brochures is great. But a choice between 20 each of 5 types of brochures – is a better idea. Within the first audience set (5 – 10 people), you’d know which brochures to send the mascot with.
“The 37 inch touchscreen had an application running. So after they see one video, they’d be presented with another one, and then another. This allowed us to comprehensively cover the product and its propositions without them getting bored with one long video. ”
– Neha Singh. senior Manager Marketing at Triton.
2. Address different causes.
If you can solve my problem – tell me how much you’ll charge. You’ve got 8 seconds. Go.
So Engineering has its own problems. Housekeeping has its own problems. The management has its own problems. And individuals within these units – have their own problems.
For Engineering – they made a different story – connected to the engineering’s cause. See this.
For Housekeeping – they made a different story – connected to the housekeeping’s cause. See this.
And for Senior Management – they made a more overarching story – connected to the business’ cause. See this.
So if Joe the CEO wanted to check with Bob the CTO – they would both just huddle at the booth. There’s a bunch of smartie pants ready to answer questions.
In their case, the characters were simple with little detailing. So there was no distraction. And the colors and icons are consistent.
See the image to the left – there are 3 slides one below the other.
Did your eyes catch the slight change in color?
Imagine how distracted you’d get if the characters, scenes, music, or even narrator’s voice changed on each video.
They got this done from a single creative team. A set of minds that didn’t change during the production process. This ensured visuals and audio and the look n feel and the sounds and voices – were all synchronized. Everything looks and sounds in sync.