‘brand ambassadors ’ Tag

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) Partnership is working with members of the city’s Polish, Romanian, Czech and Lithuanian communities to help them understand how they can access […]

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Sampling With A Spice

In the UK we all have a soft spot for Indian food, it doesn’t matter if we get it from a takeaway or make it at home, it’s a meal all households love. 

Recently, GottaBe! has been carrying out a number of sampling activities for Kohinoor, who are the second largest food brand in India, with a worldwide presence in 65 countries.

If you are a regular visitor to Cash & Carries across London, you may […]

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The Freshest Samples In Town

GottaBe! Ethnic has been providing a number of Asian Brand Ambassadors to work across London and the Midlands, on a mass sampling campaign for Dabur International.

Dabur started from humble beginnings in 1884 out of a small clinic in the Indian city of Kolkata and has become one of the most trusted healthcare brands in the world.

The sampling activity has involved our Brand Ambassadors visiting a number of mosques, handing out Dabur’s Miswak toothpaste product […]

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‘Try before you buy’ – why brands should use product demonstration?

‘Try before you buy’, is a phrase once made famous by popular daytime TV show To Buy or Not to Buy, where prospected home buyers were given the opportunity to try out a property before buying. Whilst this is very uncommon in the property world, ‘try before you buy’ is ever present in the consumer market, with product demonstrations vitally important in retail spaces and product sampling key to influencing your customer’s decision. 

Kirsten Osolind, CEO of re:invention explains that “In-store […]

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