Customers are the source of real growth. Green Power Systems (GPS) combines in-depth customer insights with practical expertise in operations and economics to help our clients create sustainable, organic growth. Are you looking for a complete, strategic marketing plan, or do you just need a tactical plan/roadmap to guide your marketing programs for the next few months? Our marketing consultants are at your side, every step of the way with guidance and support for growing your business. We provide:
Marketing to scale the business enables you to effectively (results) and efficiently (cost and speed) communicate to customers with the right message at the right time. Marketing also helps generate customer demand and drive pipeline velocity for sales, which reduces selling costs. Driving customers and prospects to one-to-many events (e.g., product launches, solution roadmaps, etc.) is a common way to scale with marketing.
Whether you need a quick fix or long-term strategy, our expert consultants provide the help you need and the results you want. Applying an outside-in perspective and helping clients achieve growth are fundamental to our approach at GPS. With our team of global experts, GPS brings depth of experience in the following areas:
Customer-centric businesses build a virtuous cycle we call the “customer wheel.” We help companies at every stage of growth, developing custom solutions and collaborating with all levels of the organization.
Do you need help identifying the right customers, streamlining your product plans and developing competitive strategies? If so, you need someone who specializes in marketing strategy. Look for a consultant who has executive-level marketing experience that relates to your market or industry.
Plan to be actively involved, providing access to company and customer information and your business strategy. This effort may include customer research, competitive analysis and exploration of things like your sales process, customer relationships and technical capabilities.
Did you have something more basic in mind? Maybe you need help promoting an upcoming seminar, or launching a new service offering. In that case, a tactical plan is more in line with your needs. In fact, you may not even need a formal, plan document. Instead, a solid project plan with budget, timelines and deliverables may be enough.