It can be challenging for tech companies to sell their products to a customer that is unfamiliar with their technology. Educating the market on the benefits of your offering is essential — but where do you start and what should be your approach? Kathryn Strachan, MD of Copy House, explains what innovative tech companies can do to stand out to attract new customers. The audience will walk away with three key actions they can take to boost brand visibility and generate new leads.
Kathryn Strachan is the Managing Director and Head of Copy at Copy House Ltd., a content marketing agency specialising in technology and FinTech content.
Kathryn launched Copy House in April 2019 after working in-house at digital agencies and then successfully running a freelance copywriting business. Her copywriting business quickly transformed into a content marketing agency with a seven person team and globally renowned clients including Klarna, Travelex, Cigna and Lloyds Bank.
Kathryn’s unique approach to employee management has allowed her to build a positive workplace culture and thriving organisation. As the Managing Director, she oversees the company’s daily operations and keeps the team working hard towards their shared goal of ‘creating a world where deep tech isn’t scary or confusing.’
When she’s not managing her team, Kathryn runs several SEO and copywriting workshops and training courses including the acclaimed 11-week Ultimate SEO & Copywriting Course.
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