Engaging audiences for business growth.
It’s a noisy world out there and getting noticed seems more challenging every day. Your customers are bombarded with advertising and sales pitches to the point of sensory overload. Trying to stand apart is daunting at best. Fortunately, elevating your brand doesn’t always mean spending more money. Working smarter often gets the job done.
From startups to Fortune 100 organizations, B63 Line supports manufacturers of all sizes. And as a member of the Dayton Region Manufacturers Association, we have our finger on the pulse of industry trends affecting you. We support in-house teams when capacity gets stripped or when expert collaboration is needed. We can also act as your entire marketing team if internal resources do not exist, to provide CMO-level guidance at a fraction of the cost. We’ll keep an eye on objectives, timelines, budgets and metrics, while elevating your brand for growth.
From research to strategy and branding to communications, B63 Line delivers world-class marketing with a small town touch. Focused on building lasting relationships, we power clients by collaborating with your team, leaning on industry research and company data, properly targeting high-impact messages and visuals, and monitoring return on investment. Together, these practices work to maximize your effort.
Among a full range of marketing services, B63 Line can develop and power new service and product launches, design product packaging, promote through traditional and online advertising, man exhibit booths, provide brand management, develop employee communications, and integrate e-commerce, inventory management and CRM tools for sales to consumers, repackagers, distributors and retail. We provide strategic support in the following areas:
Growing and succeeding in an ever changing global and digital marketplace.
Developing long-term strategies and unveiling fresh and focused initiatives.
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