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Huddler Mandy Dhaliwal on Ad Age

July 22, 2020 11:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Most B2B marketers consider internal audiences important. Before a new campaign is launched, employees are gathered in a town hall in which the big news is shared by senior leadership. These are often followed by departmental sessions and the distribution of new sales materials. For many companies, indoctrination stops there.

Not at IT service management company Boomi, a Dell Technologies business. After announcing its new corporate mission of “accelerating business outcomes,” the sales team was required to become accredited on the new brand story and the new sales pitch. Other employees were encouraged to share the story on social media. Explains Mandy Dhaliwal, Boomi’s CMO, “Our brand ambassadors are our staff. If we don’t believe in our technology, who will?” Unifying the staff behind the campaign accelerated marketing results for the brand, whose share of voice and lead flow increased.

CMO discusses why Boomi focused on internal audiences first. 

Read the full Q&A on Ad Age: How Employee Buy-in Drove Results for a B2B Marketing Campaign

Listen to the Episode: Why Dell Boomi is Booming

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