“Success well beyond our best expectations” 


D2C sales, corporate sales, audience growth, and engagement all grew. And word-of-mouth and the talkability of the product started to organically generate sales.

10
ROAS

The Challenge

Gruvtowl (Groove-Towel)  was a new product entering a golfing market full of big, established brands. The product (a golf towel with integrated brush) was innovative and well designed, but entering a category with no direct competitor meant there was no established product to pitch against.


The marketing budget was modest and the stakes were high – the client had to prove the product worked and deliver fast sales to fund future investment.

The Process

Working with the client we established a roadmap of key deliverables that would demonstrate the benefits of the product. With the roadmap in place, we created a social media strategy and content plan that would deliver the key messages, in a powerful, relevant and engaging way. We then layered in a highly targeted paid-for advertising across Instagram and Facebook. Using organic and paid-for social was the catalyst for a fantastic brand launch and delivered outstanding results.

The Solution

“Success well beyond our best expectations” 


D2C sales, corporate sales, audience growth, and engagement all grew. And word-of-mouth and the talkability of the product started to organically generate sales.

Skills Used

Paid Ads,Paid Ads,Social Media Management,Marketing Strategy

Industry

Sports, Outdoors & Fitness

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