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When your dreams are bigger than your budgets, SHARE!


Every business wants to grow fast. 

All businesses want to cut costs. But is it possible for businesses to grow fast and at the same time cut marketing costs? Until recently that question was rhetorical with only one possible answer: NO. 

But in the digital world of virtual enterprise and agile startups, a whole new business ecosystem has emerged, where every rule is being rewritten every day. Far from the days of monopolies and proprietorial monoliths, in this new business habitat, enterprises grow at mind-boggling speeds by ‘sharing’ not by owning. 

From office spaces and data to logistics and key human resources, success in today’s business depends on how smartly you can “share” and “network”. And in this space sure it is absolutely possible for businesses to grow fast and cuts marketing costs both at the same time! 

Outsourced CMO is an idea based on sharing that is helping companies scale rapidly at low costs simply by discarding the archaic business obsession with exclusively owning every resource. 

Read this article published in the Financial Express for a closer look of how and why the Outsourced Chief Marketing Officer is helping new age enterprises with big ideas and small budgets live out their billion-dollar dreams.   



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