Ever wonder how the most successful brands got where they are? Wouldn’t you like to know how to grow even faster … while saving money?
It’s not rocket science. You just need to have someone working with your marketing team who has been there before. Someone who knows the right questions to ask, how to get useful answers …
That’s what top tier CMOs and marketing management consultants do. They create growth while increasing margins by turning customers and consumers into raving fans. They leverage the game-changing power of marketing. Whether it’s B2B, B2C, CPG, FMCG, durables, consumables, cars, homes, industrials, materials, food, HBA … whatever it is, they know what to do when.
Only one problem. Marketers with that kind of talent and experience generally cost a lot. Like at minimum a quarter of a million bucks. Plus substantial bonus. Every year.
That’s where I come in. I’m Mark Friedman. I’ve been building brands and businesses for thirty years, both as a marketing manager and a marketing management consultant. I founded my marketing consulting firm, FastGrowth Advisors, to provide affordable marketing solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. Our marketing consultants share what they learned working with some of the world’s best marketers, and build plans designed to win in the real world.
Do our methods work? Well, not to brag, but we have created hundreds of millions of dollars of growth and have won awards for brand-building campaigns and product innovations on four continents.
Maybe you already have a strong marketing team, or maybe you don’t. Either way, if your business is between $5M and $50M, I can help you to:
You could call me a marketing consultant. But I’d like you to think of me as your Virtual CMO. Like any CMO, my job is to make your marketing team and marketing plans even more effective than they are now.
Let me show you what I can do. For a very limited period, I am offering a FREE consultation about your marketing opportunities. Let’s each invest 30 minutes to see if we are a good fit. What’s to lose?