Why so many startups choose us

Marketing Services

We're way outside the box

Because our marketing managers have the experience and outside-the-box thinking startups need when they're getting off the ground.

Your pace is our pace

We understand startups work at a crazy fast pace. We're fit and we keep up!

Tailored to you

We don't come to you with preconceptions, we tailor everything we do and only implement the methodologies that suit your business.

Bookkeeping for startups
Blue Shape

Our marketing service focuses on one thing: being your marketing managers. But what does that mean?

We’ll get to know your business plan and stakeholders, define your main objectives, set your marketing budget, and build the infrastructure for marketing activity. We’ll oversee your entire marketing strategy and make sure everything happens on time, expertly and efficiently – all while managing any agencies and professionals we decide (together) to integrate.

In our approach, we adapt ourselves to you and your company’s phase of development.

Budget Control
Red Triangle

We use the same marketing strategies as multinational corporations. This includes staying up to date on the latest trends and opportunities – because while we believe you’re going to get there anyway, you might as well do it right from the beginning.

Our Financial Reports
Yellow Shape

We look ahead and prepare for intense work across every field of marketing, leveraging our many collaborations. The road forward isn’t easy, and we understand how complex external and internal factors can be. But we’ll be your secret weapon: we’ll help you solve communication dilemmas while adapting to your company’s stage of growth, budget, and business goals. We do it all because we know that’s what it takes to succeed.

Interested in getting started? It’s easy!

Take the first step

1

Schedule a meeting with our COO, the one and only Tomer Haims

By simply clicking here, you’ll be able to schedule a one-on-one  Zoom meeting with our MTH (Making Things Happen) guy, Tomer Haims. Trust us, you really want this!

2

Understanding Your needs

During our meeting we’ll get to know your startup. Which industry are you working in; at what stage is your startup; how many employees do you have; what service are you interested in; and what are your needs.

3

Receiving your quote

After understanding your needs, we’ll create a custom quote for your startup. Once you receive it, don’t hesitate to ask us whatever you like.

4

Congratulations, We're your CMO!

That’s it! We’re all yours.
Don’t worry, we know that with great power comes great responsibility.

We are totally on it.

In hiring an external CMO, startups get the financial arbitrage of having top-level talent guide and support their startup’s marketing, while also leaving capital to reinvest in that talent to get the marketing campaigns built, deployed, tested, and scaled. The CMO serves on the executive side of the startup, where they make decisions to bring the company’s vision to life.

A startup needs an external CMO because it’s growing and needs an expert to lead its marketing strategy. The question comes down to where your startup is, what your competitors are doing, what opportunities there are for your growth, and where you should be investing in your marketing and sales.

A critical question you must ask when considering how to grow your startup is who you need on your team to give you the best chance of achieving your goals. An external CMO is a strategic marketing leader who can understand all of the moving parts inside your startup, including past marketing campaigns and the assets you have on hand (e.g., customer lists, eBooks, webinars, etc.).

The work of an external CMO must be tailored to the specific needs of each startup at each point in time. Among other things, the service includes building a marketing plan, creating differentiation and accurate marketing positioning, and tailoring marketing messages to the startup’s products. The external CMO also provides guidance and leadership that the startup may be lacking. This means the CEO or whoever else has been wearing the CMO’s hat can spend their time focusing on other areas of the business.