Business Tips: The Biggest Lesson Your Business Can Learn From COVID-19

Business Tips: The Biggest Lesson Your Business Can Learn From COVID-19

Awesome Tip: The Biggest Lesson Your Business Can Learn From COVID-19



On this episode of “Monday Marketing Takes”, Gary sits down with Vice President of Marketing at Pepsico, Todd Kaplan, for an insightful conversation around the shift in the company’s tactics due to the unforeseen circumstances of COVID-19. The company’s mission is to always be authentic and culturally relevant to their consumers, and the original marketing strategy for 2020 was no longer going to achieve those goals. Luckily, Pepsico had the speed to adapt their strategy and messaging to better suit how consumers were feeling. The important lesson here is that having the speed to adapt and change your strategy is essential to a successful business. While it is always good to have a “plan”, the truth is you do no know what could potentially play out during your plan that may require you to adjust or change course. Always be prepared for the unpredictable and have the protocols in place for when the strategy needs to be adjusted in real-time.

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28 Replies to “Business Tips: The Biggest Lesson Your Business Can Learn From COVID-19”

  1. So ive been thinking about this lately. You know what. Anybody that is prepared to give advice should be listened to. Maybe 95% is wrong or not relevant, though its that 5% of advice that could change your life.
    Prob the last thing i heard gary say was 10 months ago.
    And he said.
    'Give customers something they actually want, make it all about the customers, make it all about the staff. Then rinse and repeat'
    Solid advice Gary. Well done Sir

  2. DEAR WHOEVER READING THIS.
    WE DONT KNOW EACH OTHER AND THERES A POSSIBILITY WE MIGHT NEVER MEET, BUT I WISH NOTHING BUT THE BEST AND HAPPINESS FOR YOU. IF YOU GOING THOUGH HARD TIMES RIGHT NOW KEEP GOING AND KEEP YOUR HEAD UP. WE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.

  3. Gary man ur so Insparational yo I don't wanna say am an OG because I am not but all the videos I've watched of you were very inspiring and motivational, KEEP UP THE HUSTLE

  4. Thankfully, my dad's business has been doing well, since it's in the food/supermarket industry, but I do feel bad for all the small companies out there, suffering major finance losses. That's gotta be a huge slap in the face for all the hard work put into the making of the company.

  5. Hi gary i hope you see my comment
    Iam always searching about ways to make real money but i
    am not sucessesful in any thing i do i want you to tell me about something to start on it because i but a plan to make million through 2 years but i dont know from where should i start every day Days go by day after day and I do nothing if you can answer my comment thanks

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