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Best Reactive Marketing Campaigns 2020

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By: Sarah Dickie

Posted on: 12/01/21

Last year, I wrote a blog on the reactive marketing campaigns of 2019. It’s still top of Google searches for  ‘Reactive Marketing Campaigns’. Louis Vuitton, Veuve Clicquot and MasterCard are a few of the companies that have read the blog. I’m delighted that the blog attracted such attention. So, this year’s edition has a lot […]

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Five Tips for Starting a New Job Remotely in a Pandemic

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By: Corey McKay

Posted on: 24/11/20

Starting a new job can be daunting at the best of times and starting a job during a pandemic is even more so. I had no idea what to expect with starting a new graduate job and the challenges working from home may bring. The experience, as expected, has been different from normal circumstances in […]

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Sales and Marketing is Changing and So Are We

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By: Yekemi Otaru

Posted on: 03/08/20

We’ve been in business for 20 months and like every idea, what we are has evolved. If I were to describe who we are today, it’d be something like, “We’re a business sales consultancy focused on helping our clients effectively grow revenue. We just happen to be good at marketing.” We’re a team of 4 […]

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DoqaruCon 2020: Conference Content

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By: Yekemi Otaru

Posted on: 14/04/20

DoqaruCon is an inspirational industry conference focused on professional and personal growth in the energy sector. We at Doqaru launched our very first Sales Development Conference in Aberdeen on March 5th, 2020. It was a phenomenal day with almost 200 delegates, 29 speakers and 15 exhibitors from across the UK’s energy sector and beyond. There’s an overview […]

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Best Reactive Marketing Campaigns 2019

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By: Sarah Dickie

Posted on: 06/01/20

Earlier in the year, I posted about how brilliant I thought the company, Innocent, present their reactive marketing campaigns when they see certain top trends, gaffes and news stories. They use memes, clever play on words and what’s happened to promote their products. In the last few months, top trends and news has been overshadowed […]

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