Posts Tagged ‘Joan Schneider’

Sign up to Hear Launch Experts Joan Schneider and Julie Hall Discuss “Strategies for Launching a New Brand or Product” at AMA Boston this Wedneday, June 22

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

       The American Marketing Association of Boston will host Joan Schneider and Julie Hall – Schneider Associates principals and co-authors of The New Launch Plan – on Wednesday, June 22 at 6:00 p.m. to share effective strategies for launching a new brand or product. Using case studies and content from their book, The […]

Joan Schneider Discusses “Why Most Product Launches Fail” on NECN Business

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

On Wednesday, May 4th, NECN Business invited Joan Schneider, president of Schneider Associates and co-author of “Why Most Product Launches Fail,” which appeared in last month’s Harvard Business Review, to talk about the elements that can make or break a new product launch. Joan and Mike Nikitas discussed some of the failed products that were […]

Boston College Student Profiles Joan Schneider for Assignment on “Person You Admire”

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Sofia Barbieri, a junior who hails from Verona, Italy, is  pursuing a double major in Communications and Sociology at Boston College. In Sofia’s Advanced Public Relations course, taught by Jack Dunn, she was required to write a business profile of a person she admires.  Having worked as an intern since January at Schneider Associates, Sofia […]

Joan Schneider and Julie Hall Write “Why Most Product Launches Fail” in the Harvard Business Review

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Joan Schneider and Julie Hall Write “Why Most Product Launches Fail” in the Harvard Business Review How would a marketer know if their product launch is on a collision course with failure? They could start by reading Joan Schneider and Julie Hall’s article in the Harvard Business Review that identifies five of the major flaws […]

Joan and Julie Take Center Stage to Talk About Launch

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Schneider Associates’ President Joan Schneider and EVP Julie Hall recently sat down with the Harvard Business Review to discuss their upcoming article, “Why Most Product Launches Fail,” which appears in the April issue. Learn about some of the more enlightening and entertaining stories the lead companies to launch failure when the video is posted on […]

Schneider Associates President and Creative Director, Joan Schneider, Presents Axioms from her new book, The NEW Launch Plan, to The Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC)

Monday, September 27th, 2010

Schneider Associates President and Creative Director Joan Schneider Presents Axioms from her new book, The NEW Launch Plan, to The Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC)

Real World Launch Tactics

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

What specific tactics are you planning to bring your launch strategies to life? Today’s launch tool kit contains an ever-growing array of methods you can activate to grab consumer attention.

Marketing Blogger Danny Flamberg names The NEW Launch Plan as one of the Top “Beach Books” for Marketers

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

“The NEW Launch Plan,” written by Joan Schneider, President, and Julie Hall, EVP/Partner, of Schneider Associates, has just been listed as one of the five top “beach books for marketers” according to marketing blogger, Danny Flamberg.

An iPad Revolution: Joan Schneider writes about why the iPad transcends the hype in the Cramer Insights Newsletter

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Despite the wide ranging opinions of the iPad before it’s launch on March 5, 2010, this revolutionary product became one of the most successful product launches in Apple’s history, selling more than 3 million products to date. On Cramer Insights, Cramer’s thought leadership and perspectives newsletter, Joan Schneider, president of Schneider Associates and author of “The New Launch Plan,” discusses why the iPad deserves recognition as one of the most well designed communication devices to date.

Create Key Messages

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

“If you put together messages without a framework, you will probably be mired in wordsmithing before you know it. Instead, begin by working logically from questions to answers. Assemble key individuals who will be involved in your launch, such as the brand manager, thought leaders from your public relations and advertising agencies, internal personnel with marketing savvy, and consumers. Ask each individual to write down any questions they think might be asked about the product, from the global to the specific. How does this work? What’s new about it? How much will it cost? How long will it last? Where can I buy it? Why would I buy this when the competition already has a better product on the market? Who tested the product to prove its efficacy? At this point, all questions are important to consider and none should be disregarded as irrelevant.”