A Few Words About
iSpeak Business Consulting
Are you ready to establish your brand, acquire more customers, drive sales, and market your organization to the right audience? Then it is time to add a part time Chief Marketing Officer with high end strategic expertise to your team today! We know exactly how to target in on your future success with over 30 years of combined experience. Our process begins with in-depth research before we ever make recommendations. It is important to know your organization, the industry in which you operate, and your competition. Every strategic plan we design is built upon research. We create, design, strategize, implement and manage all your marketing allowing you to focus on your business.
Our full-service firm also addresses business development, branding, advertising, media, sales team and LinkedIn training, relationship marketing, Search engine marketing (SEM), marketing automation, content writing, recruiting for our clients, tradeshow strategy pre & post, intellectual property system organization, customer relationship management (CRM) and everything in between.
“Our mission is to be a brand ambassador of our client’s organization. Everything we do and the decisions that we make, are toward the common goal of implementing change that brings about growth and success.”
Definition of a Brand ambassador from Wikipedia…
A Brand ambassador is a person who is hired by an organization or company to represent a brand in a positive light and by doing so they help to increase brand awareness and sales. The brand ambassador is meant to embody the corporate identity in appearance, demeanor, values and ethics.
ISB Consulting is committed to best business practices that support ethical guidelines and principles. Our firm will never suggest short term gains that negate or contradict long term goals and values. We apply methodology that explores the short term and long term goals that are a win win for our partner’s overall success.
For the decisions that are made today have a long term effect that usually shows up seven to eight years later!