People often make the mistake of thinking that building a strong brand leads to immediate and direct financial results. On this episode of “Monday Marketing Tips”, Gary sits down with Uber’s VP of Global Marketing, Thomas Ransese, to talk about how the company is using COVID-19 and social distancing as an opportunity to build trust with their consumers, even at the cost of their own financial gain, by telling them to not use uber (or how to use Uber safely). They discuss how at first this seems counter-productive to the business and how it has actually benefited them and will continue to benefit them in the long-term. There is a lot of value for businesses here that feel that are struggling during the pandemic, so please watch this closely… Enjoy!
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