Concentrate are excited to be recognised as a Google partner after several years of learning the ropes in the Google Ads suite. Becoming a partner means that Google recognises us as qualified to support clients to utilise the suite of Google Ad tools to enhance their online presence.
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The biggest problem tech B2B companies face when it comes to their online marketing is getting found. Often or not, their pages get pushed to back of a dusty old bookshelf in the vast online Google library of results. Producing high quality content for an audience goes hand in hand with a…
Three reasons why HubSpot Platinum Partner, Concentrate, love using HubSpot and inbound marketing to help their Kiwi tech company clients grow.
As Concentrate continues to grow, we're expanding our team. Currently we're looking for someone who's interested in advancing their career as a Business Development Representative.
As Concentrate continues to grow, we're expanding our team. Currently we're looking for someone who's interested in advancing their career in Digital Marketing Automation.
You know you need to invest in sales and marketing, but how much of your revenue should be committed? A key is understanding that the only reason marketing exists is to make your sales process more efficient.
The 2018 Market Measures survey, a joint initiative of Concentrate and Swaytech, has found that Kiwi high growth companies have 40% more sales people than non-high growth companies, across all company sizes.
The 2018 Market Measures survey is complete, and we’ve crunched the numbers so that Kiwi tech companies can gain insight into how to grow their business through sales and marketing, by learning from the best.
Today I'm going to be talking about the three things for tech companies to look for when selecting a marketing agency to act as your outsourced marketing department.
Having access to all the marketing specialties available is usually reserved for giant corporations with a marketing department of 20+ staff. So, what’s the alternative for small and medium sized tech companies in New Zealand?