5 Successful Brand Ambassador Program Examples (incl. Lululemon, Red Bull, Harley Davidson)
In 2021, eCommerce has become highly competitive., with an estimated 24 million stores live worldwide. Although this competition makes online growth difficult, some brands are able to expand quickly and easily. How do they do this?
How to Become a Fashion Brand Ambassador (8 Great Programs)
Fashion companies, like many other companies around the world, are focusing on a new method of marketing. Instead of spending budget on traditional advertising, which is becoming less and less effective, pioneering brands are investing in their own customers to spread their brands’ messages. Brand ambassadors, for example, help promote their favorite brands and build hype around new products. Moreover, they humanize your brand and extend your outreach. This blog post will focus on 8 fashion brand ambassador programs that are driving high ROIs, and links
How to Run a Successful Brand Ambassador Program
What is a Brand Ambassador?
A brand ambassador is someone who is formally recognized by the brand as a representative, and helps spread the word of the brand. A brand ambassador is subtly different from a brand advocate. Brand advocates spread brand awareness, but do not have formal recognition of a relationship from the brand. Because of the formal relationship, brand ambassadors may be encouraged to complete activities in order to spread a brand’s message and raise awareness.
How Can You Supercharge the Growth of Your Fashion Brand?
We live in an era of intensive competition and outrageous opportunity. In the fashion industry, the internet still feels like a gold race. With 6,300 stores shutting down this year, shopping appears to have moved from traditional brick-and-mortar retail to digital channels. Many of the industry lost on the high street has been picked up by fast-growing online brands: like Asos, Missguided, and Farfetch. However, growing in this environment is hardly easy, by 2014, the internet had over 12 million eCommerce stores live, with some of these stores representing the fastest growing brands in the sector. Many successful brick and mortar stores have also turned to the internet to try to engage customers and increase profits.