My blog is bilingual. In fact I started it as a bilingual blog but as I moved forward, most of my readers were francophone. So, for now, my recent articles are written in French. If you go in my archives, you will find my English posts. Otherwise, Google translation has greatly improved you know!
I have mainly worked in SMBs and I always thought that marketing classes and handbooks were totally disconnected with the reality of these enterprises that represents about 80% of our economy. Although the "official" definition of a SMB is somewhat restrictive (Less than 500 employees), I tend to include in my SMB definition any enterprise that struggles against big corporations or that does not have big marketing dollars to spread its name at a nationwide or global level. In my mind, you can have 2000 employees and still be a SMB, it depends on your sector.
In a fast-moving environment where everyone talks about ROI, web 2.0, conversion rate, fragmented markets, increased competition levels, better informed consumers and so on, I wanted to create a platform where SME’s marketing managers, product managers, general managers, CEO and other marketing decision makers could spread and share ideas and experiences with other fellow marketers and build a better marketing practice.
I want this blog to be very practical, friendly and straightforward. I want you to have fun when you come here so, if I do not deliver, please bring me back on track!