Marc Cuban, owner of the National Basketball Association (NBA)’s Dallas Mavericks, said in a recent interview, “How companies respond to coronavirus is going to define their ‘brand for decades’.
In today’s episode, the Geeks dive into different companies’ pandemic brand messages and examine how they strike a balance between maintaining their unique tone of voice through their messaging and at the same time being sensitive to their customers in today’s crisis.
With today’s pandemic, the brands that prove they are willing to put their customers first are those that will survive and come out stronger. These brands don’t just use brand messaging to tell their customers they care, they prove it.
What To Listen For:
- What we can learn from big companies?
- The responsibility if your business is doing well
- Humor in marketing
- Pairing your message with actions
- Importance of communication
- Branding messages to avoid
- When asking for donation goes wrong
Nike’s Play for the World Commercial
Netflix’s Hand Washing Twitter message
Coca-cola’s Staying Apart Advertisement
What’s Grinding Our Gears?
Jen: Small business administration postponing Small Business Week
One Cool Thing
Jen: Switchit app – digital business cards
What’s Up with the Geeks?
Jen: Small Business Grit Summit – May 18-29, 2020
Check In With The Geeks
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