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Watch Creative LIAisons Talk Featuring, Amélie Ebongué, Global Brand Leader/Bestselling Author/Web3 Educator

14 September 2023


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For a brand to survive in today’s competitive market you need to think about a brand from a human approach. An immersive experience encourages consumers to experience what a brand has to offer by either tasting it, smelling it, hearing it or seeing it in a way that traditional marketing is unable to achieve.

In a perfect world, an immersive experience will encourage the consumer to use multiple senses when experiencing the brand.

“One of the key advantages of experiential marketing is that it helps to create a more authentic connection between brands and consumers. By engaging with consumers on a deeper level, brands can build trust, loyalty and brand awareness, ultimately leading to increased sales and revenue,” elaborated Amélie Ebongué.

People want to buy from brands that are like themselves and therefore will support them. A change in culture towards having a more human and friendly outlook may not be as easy for smaller ones, due to the set-up of the company internally. 

“Sometimes you need to do things that are difficult, otherwise everybody does them, which is why it is such a strategic advantage if you can do it,” Amélie added.

An important element of creating an immersive experience is interactivity. This can be done through tactics such as games, virtual reality experience and other interactive installations. Creating an immersive brand experience is at the heart of successful experiential marketing campaigns. To do so, it is important to think beyond simply promoting your product or service. Your focus should be on creating a memorable experience for your audience.

To be successful, there are three key components to keep in mind:
Build – community building, knowing and staying true to your audience are essential in growing your brand, especially if you want to talk to the nextGen.
Innovate - create immersive brand experiences that engage your consumers on a deeper level to connect with consumers.
Nurture – consumers crave communication on a human level, which requires a different model. It is from a make, sell, broadcast model to a create and participate model.

In today’s crowded marketplace, it can be challenging to stand out and capture consumer’s attention. By creating a unique and memorable experience, you can set your brand apart and create a lasting impression.

The main benefits from these three key components encompass, firstly, the ability to establish a more meaningful conviction with your audience. By offering an immersive experience you can engage consumers on deeper level, building trust and loyalty with your brand.

The second benefit includes standing out in today’s market place to capture consumers’ attention. Creating a unique and memorable experience sets your brand apart with a lasting impression.

Last, but not least, experiential marketing is a strong way to drive sales and revenue. Brands need to engage with consumers on a deeper level to build trust and loyalty, leading to increased sales and other business opportunities to elevate your path.

In essence, it’s all about branding as a human approach, connecting with consumers and gaining trust.