Launch without the guesswork

Discover the ideal buyer and application for your new B2B Tech/SaaS product. Then, optimize your positioning messages and go-to-market plan to accelerate your buyer's decision — all backed by the inventors of the popular "The Chasm" model.

Join our AI-Assisted Product Marketing Strategy Course. Save time and speed-up your process by learning the system we use to develop our clients' strategy, assisted by Artifical Intelligence.


              Your potential buyers' motivations are predictable.

Every technology market – including yours – has a predictable adoption pattern called the Technology Adoption Lifecycle. A pattern discovered by Everett Rogers, and refined by our team in the "Chasm" marketing framework that anticipates your potential buyers' motivations and needs.

From consulting 200+ tech-based products, our team has improved the model, revealing the 12 key drivers in technology buying decisions and observed common innovation and go to market flaws impacting growth.


Select your top growth opportunities

We'll assess your market opportunities and validate your potential product applications. Driven by your strengths and the market beliefs, we'll decide with you the roadmap of opportunities to win.


Understand what value means for your target

We'll understand your target's reason to buy and their value definition based on the Jobs-To-Be-Done framework to define your Ideal Customer Profile.


Define a complete offering to win the market

Following our framework that anticipates the key drivers of technology buying, we'll define a low-risk perception offering that will make your product complete and compelling.


Identify partners and allies to accelerate traction

To satisfy the buyers' requirement for a complete and compelling solution, we may need to identify and recruit the proper partners and allies, including but not limited to finding sales channel partnerships.


Create a customer-aligned positioning that resonates

We'll create your value proposition and positioning messages to be seen as a differentiated, credible provider. Your key messages will address the concerns of different buyers with a set of technology, product, market, and company messages.


Select and enable familiar distribution channels for your target

We'll identify the marketing and sales channels that align with your target buyers to make your investments worthwhile. We will work with you to design the enablement activities and content for each channel.


Incentivize distribution channels

Your strategy will reflect the monetary incentives to market and sell your product through sales, suppliers, partners and other commercial channels.


Drive industry-wide awareness

We'll design a product launch / positioning sequence to educate with differentiation messages the key players influencing buying decisions in your market to achieve your desired market position.

AI Product Marketing Strategy Course

AI-Assisted Product Marketing Strategy

Live cohort-based course

Join us in this 2 week live course to speed up your research and new product marketing strategy. You'll learn our system powered by AI tools for research, positioning, messaging and go-to-market to save time and strategize x2 faster.


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Product Marketing Director

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Global Business Development

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