MarketingWorks remains industry leader in education marketing as they announce 20 year anniversary.
Doylestown, PA, United States of America – March 28, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —
MarketingWorks, Inc., a leading research and marketing company serving primary, secondary, and higher education markets in the United States and across the globe, celebrates its 20th year in business. Founded in January 1994, the company helps for-profit and non-profit organizations grow by providing consulting services, market research, sales training, efficacy research, telesales, and marketing services. “Turn to MarketingWorks, Inc. for assistance in growing your business as we have helped more than 100 organizations achieve their goals and can do the same for you,” Gerry Bogatz, spokesperson for the company, declares.
MarketingWorks serves well-known brands, including publishers such as Macmillan, Scholastic, and Cengage Learning, along with non-profit organizations like National Constitution Center, Sesame Workshop, and Educational Testing Service. In addition to assisting these well-known organizations, MarketingWorks provides services to lesser-known companies and organizations with the same goal of growing their businesses through the use of highly customized services. MarketingWorks assesses the needs of the organization to determine which resources will best supplement their internal capabilities.
MarketingWorks remains an industry leader in education business development, education research and sales, and marketing to schools, libraries and colleges. “Marketing continues to be the determining factor in the success of many companies and organizations, yet many fail to realize that marketing efforts need to be ongoing, not just part of the company start up or a new product launch. MarketingWorks provides consultation and product marketing services, from creative services and public relations to strategy development, and all are delivered with a dedication to measurable results along with an uncommon passion for excellence,” Bogatz continues.
In addition, MarketingWorks provides research services, drawing on the knowledge and experience of senior staff and market experts in major content areas. “Support staff remain in place to assist with this process, setting up appointments and virtual focus groups, collecting data, and tasks of this nature. MarketingWorks understands schools, their strengths and opportunities, their problems, and the often-complex landscape of the school district. The same holds true when it comes to an understanding of the structural realities and what works and doesn’t work in schools. MarketingWorks strives to provide useful information that may lead to actionable decisions focused on company growth. Customers deserve nothing less,” Bogatz concludes.
MarketingWorks specializes in full-service education marketing, sales and market research, focusing on the PreK-12, higher education, corporate, library and adult learning markets. A leader in education research and sales, education business development, and marketing, MarketingWorks helps dozens of organizations with marketing, telesales, strategic market planning, along with research in schools, colleges and libraries and has been doing so with great success since 1994. To learn more about the company, please contact Gerry Bogatz, President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-794-5994.
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