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Outsourced CMO is no more a path less trodden




Money View, one of the fastest growing start-up in consumer lending space with over 10m app downloads till date, joins the growing family of Outsourced CMO.

But what made Money View, which already had a fully functional and successful marketing team, hire us? Instead of opting for a more conventional route of hiring a CMO? Because only Outsourced CMO, by virtue of our unique model, is able to offer the perfect blend of CMO function and marketing consultancy. And most young organisations growing at phenomenal pace will not only need a robust marketing function but also a strong external, perspective with extensive multi-sector experience.

Outsourced CMO has over the years been able to successfully resolve the pain point of startups / SME of hiring senior experienced marketing professionals at an affordable cost which has benefited 
these companies to control the ballooning resource cost.

OCMO has demonstrated its capability to handle the entire marketing function of companies, from strategizing, planning and execution of marketing activities; handling digital marketing, branding and communication etc. While there is a significant cost advantage, the real benefit is access to highly skilled professional with immense experience. Plus, Outsourced CMO can hit the ground running!

We have been part of the success stories of several B2B and B2C companies across varied sectors. 

Some of the startups who decided to hire Outsourced CMO as against a full time Head of Marketing includes Vedantu, Wealthapp, Pikkol, MSG Golbal & many more

visit our URL: www.outsourcedcmo.in or drop in an E-Mail at vineet@outsourcedcmo.in.

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  1. Outsourcing can really be beneficial for a number of reasons. Some companies enjoy benefits such as reduced labor costs, larger workforces, access to industry experts and increased flexibility through outsourcing. Get the outsourced support at a affordable prices from outsourced server management

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