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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. In today’s post, we will look at some of those channels.

Social Media

When thinking of social media channels, we instantly think […]

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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 offline or online. In this blog, we’re going to look at the offline channels of promotion that are available to you.

Offline […]

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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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Why ethnic marketing should be part of your 2015 plan?

Britain’s multicultural population is booming and has an ethnic population of over 8 million accounting for around 13% of the total population. Each year the ethnic population is steadily growing by on average 2.5%. The UKs multicultural population has a disposable income of over £300 billion, and it isn’t surprising to see that multicultural Britain is where the future customers are. However, surprisingly it is estimated that 30% of companies make no effort to market to multicultural societies.

The IPA New […]

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