Brand Activation Marketing
Demonstrate product value to people in memorable and engaging ways via Brand Activation Marketing
Brand Activation Marketing is defined as demonstrating a brand’s value to people at times and places when it is most relevant.
The goal of Brand Activation Marketing is for consumers to individually experience the value of the company product (or service) based on the interaction.
A brand activation can integrate experiential marketing activities, however the main focus is on demonstrating the brand’s value to people in an inviting, engaging and significant way.
Brand Activation Marketing is primarily applied to consumer packaged goods (CPGs) although can include apps demos or service-based company demonstrations.
Brand Activation Marketing is a popular form of marketing as it is one of the best ways to change brand perception and influence future purchase decisions.
Examples range from a beverage company sampling products on a hot day to a cosmetics brand offering consumers makeovers at an outdoor music festival as both demonstrate the value of the brand at opportune times.
Activations can take place on-the-street, at events, inside malls, on-campus and numerous other locations.
We help companeis with brand activation planning, location scouting, production, staff training, onsite management, execution, reporting, content capture and analysis.
Brand activation marketing services are available in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Seattle, Washington DC, Philadelphia and dozens of other cities throughout the country.
Contact us to learn more on how ALT TERRAIN assists companies ‘activate’ their brand and achieve their goals.
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