Category: "Go to market"

CSR communication works best on social media

From communication about corporate responsibility to corporate responsibility in the realm of communication: this is the switch that companies big and small are making in the way they talk about sustainability.
It is a global phenomenon driven by two main factors.

Building and Implementing a Content Marketing plan

For my Master’s Project with Beast Technologies, I had the unique opportunity to develop, plan, and implement a Content Marketing Strategy from scratch that grew our Social Media presence almost 80% in 6 months across Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. I am going to try and keep it contained to the key points and small takeaways as I don’t believe that you can just put a blanket strategy for every market.

Davide Zanolini, Piaggio Group CMO, on Made in Italy and its future challenges

During the course “Experience Design & Marketing: the Italian Way” the students of the International Master in Multichannel Marketing Management (IM4) were able to analyze cases and strategies undertaken by paramount Italian brands in key sectors like food & wine, design furniture, fashion, automotive and industrial goods. On this occasion, we had the opportunity to interview Davide Zanolini, Executive Vice President WW Marketing & Communication at Piaggio Group and CMO at Piaggio Fast Forward.

Digital marketing: what’s the true value of a like?

More and more companies are investing their media budgets in digital channels, recognising that these provide quality promotion opportunities and more accessible prices. Digital channels also represent a modular option which can be tailored to fit the needs of each brand and, most importantly, are capable of intercepting clients – or prospective clients – during their free time on the internet.

Laboratory of creativity for marketing innovation

Students from the International Master in Multichannel Marketing Management had the chance to be part of the Innovation Design class held by Pr. Roberto Verganti. Professor Verganti, author, self-entrepreneur, is also a researcher in the Innovation field specialized in product innovation.

Lessons Working in a Start Up: Part 2

At what point do you stop saying you work for a start up? Meaning you cannot be a start up forever, I mean all companies started up from somewhere. But in order to scale your start up must grow and after time it is no longer a start up and needs to start taking steps to grow, be acquired, or go public.

5 lessons working in a start up from MIP IM4 alumnus Robert Napoli

About 8 months ago I serendipitously got a call about a job working for a Milan based Start Up from a Blog Post I wrote about my experience coaching American Football in Italy. One that has provided me with such an experience and lessons learned. There are many lessons I have learned and many more to learn along the way. But a few key takeaways to share for those looking at joining a start up or want to join a start up.

Nielsen Marketing Contest: the winner is…

IM4 students have the chance to personally interact with the partners of the master, developing some projects with international companies. One of those stimulating experience was proposed by Nielsen.

Lessons Working in a Startup: Part 1

For my project work at school I was fortunate enough to serendipitously fall into a role at an Italian Based, Global, eCommerce start-up with clients around the world.

What I learnt from inspirational professor Michael Dorsch

If I should point out one of the key factors that’s positively influencing my judgment of the program, I would say professors’ competences and capabilities to share valuable contents, examples and inspire personal reflections on their subject.