FerroECOBlast’s lifestyle takes you around the world, from a day trip to a week-long visit or even a one-way ticket. Shot peened planes deliver you to tropical destinations, with rice fields on one side and mango trees on the other. Jakarta, the bustling capital city of Indonesia on the island of Java, famous for its rice supply, is a popular destination. Every time you eat rice, it probably came from Java.
As a member of a family business, I was surrounded by knowledge and understanding of the advanced industry. Joining FerroECOBlast was an excellent opportunity to specialize in innovative and sustainable solutions for various industries. However, I later decided to pursue my career in the Food & Beverage industry and moved to Jakarta. In this blog, I’ll share my journey and experiences in both industries, focusing on the similarities and differences between hi-tech (B2B) and F&B (B2C) marketing strategies.
At FerroECOBlast, I had the chance to work in marketing, where my role was to create and execute strategies that promote the company’s solutions to potential customers. Working in an advanced technology industry requires a different approach to marketing. We had to create technical content that appeals to engineers and decision-makers in the industry. The content had to be informative, engaging, and tailored to the audience’s specific needs.
Moving to the F&B industry meant a change in the continent and the industry, but the marketing department stayed with me. My responsibility to create and execute marketing strategies also remained. Working in a bar and bistro establishment requires a different approach to marketing compared to the hi-tech industry. Here, we focus on creating engaging content that appeals to the general public, rather than technical content that appeals to specific crowds. The content has to be visually appealing, relatable, and tailored to the audience’s specific needs.
Although the hi-tech and F&B industries differ vastly, I found some similarities in their marketing strategies. Understanding the market trends, target audience, and competition is crucial for success. Creating a unique identity that resonates with the audience is also essential for building a strong brand. The use of social media and digital marketing to reach a wider audience and engage with potential customers is crucial in both industries.
However, the tone and style of the content used in marketing differ with the industry. In the hi-tech industry, a more formal and technical tone is used to convey the message, while in the F&B industry, a more casual and conversational tone is preferred. The style and tone of the content must be tailored to the audience’s needs and preferences, which can differ significantly between industries.
In conclusion, my journey in FerroECOBlast provided a solid foundation in marketing, and moving to the F&B industry allowed me to apply my skills and knowledge differently. Although vastly different, there are still similarities in marketing strategies, such as understanding the target audience, competition, and branding. The tone and style of the content can differ significantly, highlighting the importance of tailoring content to the audience’s specific needs and preferences.