Laura adds the final floral touches to this giant seed planter which is adorned with the clients corporate colours. Does the red & blue give a clue to who it is for?
This experiential twist on a serving counter was waved off by our team and is currently wending its way to our client in Chiswick for their interactive employee engagement activity.
The giant window box will sew the seeds of experiential motivation when it arrives at the clients head office and seeks to engage employees with their brand.
We have seen a shift in audience with this experiential project from consumer to employee, reminding us that employees can be a brands greatest ambassador. As the saying goes – “there is no better free advertising than word of mouth”. Enjoy!
We are so mega busy in the early stages of a big project at the moment that our dream factory presently feels more like a Chinese sweatshop. Please keep your eyes glued for more from inside our headquarters, as well as the latest and coolest experiential designs and campaigns presently out there, but for today you’ll just have to settle for an educational blog on improving your business productivity. Sigh.
1. Firstly, before you make those crucial calls, develop a script you feel comfortable with and try to stick to the general structure of it.
2. Use a pleasant and relaxed tone, be yourself and not a rushed salesman.
3. Identify yourself clearly and briefly at the beginning, then begin with your pitch.
4. Even if you gain a negative initial response answer back positively. Say something like ‘‘Yeah, that’s good to hear’, then continue to explain your pitch.
5. Don’t sound as if you’re actually reading a script, you have to sound natural.
6. Paint them a mental picture of what you are trying to sell, try to be as vividly descriptive as possible.