Perryn Olson is a renowned leader in both marketing strategy and business technology, serving as the Vice President of Marketing for REX.one. The company provides comprehensive engineering and construction solutions under a single umbrella. He has also worked as a consultant in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry for firms including The Brand Constructors and Hinge Marketing.
Perryn is a Certified Marketer through the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) and was the former President of the Louisiana division. His start came from a 14-year tenure at Design the Planet, starting as a design intern and climbing all the way into the role of Vice President.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- What is account-based marketing (ABM), and why does it work for AEC firms?
- Focusing on relationships in the engineering and construction space
- The importance of specializing and niching your AEC firm
- Which kinds of content work best for ABM?
- How software plays a role in tailoring service to clients
- The indicators of a healthy ABM strategy
- Improving business development and marketing integration
- Tools that can give you the edge in the industry
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What’s the best way to earn someone’s trust in the business world?
From financial to creative limitations and everything in between, firms and agencies of all kinds are reliant on trust. Even acquiring a client in the first place is a difficult proposition of persuasion and commitment. While facts and figures are crucial, there’s no substitute for a personalized approach. This is the primary theory behind account-based marketing and how it targets high-value prospects with a more specialized process. If done right, the outcome can be far more profitable than a shotgun approach. So what does it look like in action?
On this episode of the Spill the Ink podcast, Michelle Calcote King talks with Perryn Olson, the VP of Marketing for REX.one, to hear about account-based marketing and how he uses it in his AEC firm. The two go through a plethora of topics, including niching your firm, the best content for ABM and which tools can help along the way. They also touch on the integration of business development and marketing and how to do it right. Stay tuned for more!
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