Webinar: Wrapping the Year With a Holiday Marketing Win
Over $100 billion is up for grabs each holiday season. Are you ready to get a piece of the holiday pie? Join Foodstirs’ Director of Digital Marketing & E-Commerce, Kimmie Shabtai, and learn how to wrap the year with a holiday marketing win.
Foodstirs, co-founded by actress Sarah Michelle Gellar, sells organic, junk-free baking products that have been disrupting the industry since 2014. In this webinar hosted by Foodstirs + Retention Science, you’ll learn how to get your slice of the holiday shopping pie.
Three Steps to a Holiday Marketing Win
- Preparation: Plan a sound strategy, and uncover what type of promotions to run for your business
- Execution: Discover what makes an effective campaign, seasonal product strategies to consider, and what metrics to measure
- Retention: Keep and engage customers beyond the holiday rush, and reduce the number of “one-time” customers
Andrew Pohlen, Senior Client Solutions Manager at ReSci
Andrew works with some of the best ecommerce brands using Retention Science, an AI-powered marketing automation platform. He helps brands become more successful by providing effective marketing strategies for both SMB and enterprise clients. Andrew has supported ecommerce marketing for brands like Ring, Shift, and Ralph Lauren.
Kimmie Shabtai, Director of Digital Marketing & E-Commerce at Foodstirs
Kimmie is the Director of Marketing and eCommerce at Foodstirs, an all-natural baked goods company co-founded by actress Sarah Michelle Gellar. She brings her experience in growth and acquisition from FitFabFun, paired with a deep understanding of customer needs through her market research background.
Here’s the replay that shows you how to boost your holiday ROI, and includes a Q&A session with our speakers. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter to get notifications for future webinars and events, along with proven marketing strategies backed by data science!
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