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As 5G hype reaches fever pitch in many sectors, it seems that there are real advances being made in the fast-developing 5G device ecosystem, which is overtaking the launch of 4G and LTE devices.
There are some marketing practices which are universal and relevant to marketing for any industry, however when it comes to marketing for technology there are certain requirements that need to be taken in to account when developing a marketing strategy. Here, you will learn why technology marketing is different to other kinds of marketing and we will show how your company can will benefit from a marketeer that has a sound understanding of the industry.
The technology industry can be highly competitive, and consumers increasingly expect technology companies to be innovative and exciting. At RMA, we specialise in marketing for technology so take a look what we believe to be 5 key things to know when developing a marketing plan for a technology product or service.