Tag Archives | Creativity

Marketing Warfare

Marketing Warfare – Focusing on Competitors as well as Customers Whilst conventional marketing theory states that businesses should be customer-focused, the concept of Marketing Warfare argues that businesses should be competitor-focused. Since the marketplace is dynamic, the actions and reactions of competitors must be taken into account, as well as the needs of customers, when […]

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Guerrilla Marketing for Creative Enterprises

Creative businesses and organisations can often use ‘guerrilla marketing’ tactics effectively. Imagination and unconventional approaches are the hallmarks of both the guerrilla marketer and the creative entrepreneur – and the low budget approach of guerrilla marketing often suits creative businesses and cultural organisations. Guerrilla Marketing has been described as “unconventional ways of performing promotional activities […]

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What is “T-Shirts and Suits” ?

I work internationally with creative people to help them make their businesses and organisations even more successful. We do this by combining the best of their creativity with intelligent marketing and great business ideas that fit with their objectives – and their values. My approach to business development combines the creative personality [the T-Shirt] with […]

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Creativity versus Business?

“Some people regard creativity and business as being like oil and water – they just don’t mix. They think it’s a question of choosing creativity or business. I disagree.” The above is an excerpt from the book ‘T-Shirts and Suits: A Guide to the Business of Creativity’ by David Parrish. Download Chapter 1: Creativity and […]

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The Magic of Marketing – book extract

“Marketing is not just a posh word for ‘selling’. It’s much more radical than that. Marketing in its widest and best sense is about aligning your whole business to the changing needs of your customers.” The above is an extract from ‘The Magic of Marketing’, chapter 4 from the book ‘T-Shirts and Suits: A Guide […]

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Co-opetition

Co-opetition is a business strategy which combines co-operation and competition, based on the concept that business competitors can benefit when they work together. The co-opetition business model is based on games theory, a scientific approach to understanding various strategies and outcomes through specifically designed games. Businesses succeed by combining cooperative strategies with competitive strategies. Other […]

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