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Houston, TX (May 9, 2018): IndoorMedia (RTUI, LP), the nation’s premier register receipt producer and distributor of receipt-based advertising and promotion programs, today announced that it has joined the Nielsen Connected Partner Program. The partnership will help IndoorMedia’s register receipt program leverage the power of Nielsen data for consumer-packaged goods (CPG) looking for new media to reach shoppers.
On the 3rd Saturday of every month, my gym replaces the regular boot camp classes with “Rest & Recovery”. The loud rock music gets swapped out for relaxing, instrumental melodies, everyone grabs a yoga mat, and then we stretch and foam roll for one full hour. The following Monday, trainer Tre is back to ‘stupid hard’ workouts and pushing us to our limits to reach new goals. (Don’t believe me? See for yourself.)
Michael Gerber is one of my favorite authors. In his E-Myth series, he explains that there are a number of "myths" about entrepreneurship. Foremost, is the idea that small businesses are started by people deciding to risk capital to make a profit. It is about someone "finding a need" and delivering a solution. It all sounds very calculated and wall-street-esque.
There is a balance that must be struck when advertising. On the one hand, businesses need sales to survive, on the other, customers look to enrich their lives in some way. The business wants more profit, the customer a better deal. The business may know the best solution, the customer may not want to be “sold.”
To navigate this dichotomy, you need a moral compass to help ensure that while you may stray from the path, you will always be able to find the right direction. Core values for advertising may, at one extreme, seem redundant or at the other extreme, trivial, and yet they are essential in today’s advertising market. For example, the coveted millennials market is primarily reached through transparency and authenticity. According to a 2016 Gallup poll, “Yes, millennials want to be healthy, but they also want a purposeful life, active community and social ties, and financial stability.” While your business may target older or younger demographics, trust and long term relationships are still a winning combination.
The following core values will help you stay true to your customers and to yourself.
Every business owner has to start somewhere. IndoorMedia's CEO, Doug Endsley, started his career working in fast food and moved his way up to become the founder of the nation's largest in-store advertising company. In our Business Growth Leadership Series, Doug discusses the events that led to his current success and how today's entrepreneurs can learn from his decades of experience.