12th March 2019
Say “hello” to Michał
Our ever expanding team would like to welcome our newest edition to GottaBe!, Michal has joined us in 2019 to take-over GottaBe! Health, our health division as well as supporting our ethnic customers. Michal’s bi-lingual ability is set to fortify our diverse client base over the coming years as we push to expand our innovative marketing to all areas of the community. He brings his experience from...
9th October 2018
Reach the Polish Community in a unique partnership between GottaBe! and RMF FM
Are you looking for a unique way to target the Polish community in the UK, Ireland or any other European country? GottaBe!, an award winning ethnic marketing agency is offering their Clients an exclusive way to advertise on air of the biggest radio station in Europe – RMF FM, a multi award winning radio station based in Poland. Every day...
2nd August 2018
Why are we based in Southampton!?
Nested in the middle of the south coast of England, sits Southampton; an up and coming city that has recently been voted as the most economical city in England and is also one of the best places to live and work in the UK. Here at GottaBe!, we are immensely proud to hold our headquarters in this fun and exciting...
13th April 2018
FreeSports and Premier Sports turn to GottaBe! for ethnic marketing support
This year, GottaBe! Ethnic has been extremely successful through its press release on broadcasting the Polish Speedway. Working with the client, GottaBe! successfully translated the announcement. It stated that Premier Sports and FreeSports are now delighted to say that they will be television the Polish Speedway LIVE this season in the UK. This is a big event in Poland, and...
6th April 2018
Tasty sampling for instant healthy bites
GottaBe’s is working with Tasty Bite, an all-natural, healthy, ready meal brand, who specialises in Asian dishes. We have been working with this company for nearly a year and run a campaign every week in various locations such as health food stores, Wholefood stores and Dhamecha Cash and Carry. We promote this brand through in-store sampling activities where customers visiting...
6th February 2018
Health in Leeds – ethnic marketing campaign for NHS
This winter, GottaBe! ethnic has been working on the NHS Leeds campaign, helping Eastern European communities to stay well this winter Staying well over winter and beyond is a key focus for a campaign launched on Monday 5thFebruary by the NHS in Leeds targeting people from Eastern Europe. After facing an extremely harsh winter, NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG)...
2nd November 2017
Promotional campaign to recruit BME students
The University of Chichester and Middlesex University take great pride in the courses that they have to offer to all students. The team at GottaBe! have just ran a successful multicultural marketing campaign with them where they targeted BME students from an ethnic minority to sign up to summer open days and apply to study there. This was done at...
14th October 2017
Diversity is on the rise: why your business should consider targeting BME groups?
In a world of diversity where Britain’s ethnic communities are constantly growing, it is important to take these communities into consideration to maximise marketing opportunities. What’s more, black and minority ethnic (BME) groups with be twice as large as they are now by the time we reach 2045. The UK’s multicultural community has a disposable income of £12 billion, and...
27th September 2017
When to target ethnic communities? Key dates in Q4
With a number of key events happening in Q4 of 2017, Shannon Dunne, Account Support Executive at GottaBe! Ethnic has put together a list of dates that you may wish to consider when planning your multicultural activities. When it comes to marketing and especially retail, it is important to be on top of key events and their dates throughout the year. Planning...
16th May 2017
How to target ethnic minorities? – Online Channels
In one of our most recent blogs, we discussed offline channels and how to run an ethnic marketing campaign. However, with the internet constantly growing and the rise of social media channels, there are a number of new ways to advertise and market your brand or products. What’s more, online marketing is easier to track and to measure the ROI....
16th April 2017
What Can Market Distribution Do for Your Company?
One of the main reasons why successful companies gain significant growth, is that they really do make the effort to understand their target audience. One of the most popular, and effective ways of doing this, is to use customer distribution. To put this simply, this process allows you to identify and recognise the specific demographics that exist within your customer...
27th January 2017
How to target ethnic minorities in the UK? – Offline Channels
One of the most frequently asked question by current and prospective clients, is ‘how do I target ethnic minorities in the UK?’. Well, there are several ways and today we will explore some of the best. Just like mainstream audiences, there are several channels that we can adapt for ethnic markets as part of a marketing campaign, whether this is...
4th January 2017
As featured on…
Since the launch – in March 2008 – GottaBe! has been featured in number of newspapers and magazines, whilst our colleagues were also interviewed by various TV and radio stations from all of the World. The list of media that featured GottaBe! includes likes of BBC, Sky News, The Guardian, RMF FM, ITV News, Channel 5 News, The Sun and...
14th December 2016
Christmas 2016 – Opening Hours
Opening Hours during the Holidays Another year is upon us and as we are entering the festive time of the year, we would like to advices our Clients, Partners, Suppliers and Staff of the revised opening hours at GottaBe! HQ. OPENING HOURS 23.12.2016 – 9am -2pm 24.12.2016 – CLOSED (Christmas Eve) 25.12.2016 – CLOSED (Christmas Day) 26.12.2016 – CLOSED (Boxing...
28th November 2016
Winning new Clients – tips for non-British businesses
Winning your first Client is very important and we have covered it in one of the first blog posts. However, many businesses run by non-British entrepreneurs tend to focus on a single market – in most cases on their own nationals. However, with UK population at 64.3 millions and only 9.1 million of them from ethnic minorities, this leaves us...