Cupertino, California, USA — With concrete actions, digital marketing agency Reactionpower is playing its part in building a world that works.
Senate unanimously passed a bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday at this time last year. However, a lot has to be done to make minority groups feel included in the mainstream. Reactionpower is a digital marketing agency that is tirelessly working towards achieving that goal to ensure inclusivity as brands leverage the power of digital marketing.
Speaking about their digital marketing services, the managing director, Wandia Chiuri: ”At Reactionpower, we’re passionate about uncovering transformative business models that boost racial equity, diverse representation, and digital transformation.”
There is no denying the fact that the marketplace has become increasingly more digital as technology continues to evolve even after the pandemic.
According to Forbes, 82% of consumers conduct research online. TechCrunch reports that 79% of people shop online. Digital marketing is proving to be the most cost-effective way to reach potential customers; and no company does it better than Reactionpower.
Reactionpower is a digital marketing agency passionate about transforming businesses for this digital age by providing high-quality services that drive results.
The company delivers a wide range of services including: digital marketing strategy and execution, social media marketing, paid media, content marketing, executive branding, and online reputation management, user-generated content moderation, data analytics and insights, training data for machine learning, quality assurance, business governance, research and data collection, keyword research, website fixes, digital cataloging, search engine optimization and more.
The company is committed to making digital marketing more inclusive. “With June setting the stage for Black Future Month, it’s a good time to honor the contributions that black people make to the American economy and take steps toward building a stronger economic future for Black communities,” said Griffins Ndhine, a senior program manager at Reactionpower.
In the U.S. today, Black, Latinx, and Asian Americans make up more than 37% of the population and represent nearly $4 trillion worth of consumer buying power. Yet little is known about many minority groups’ path to purchase and many brands are not doing enough to be more inclusive. It’s also clear that now the need for global solutions that take into account our diverse, expansive human tribe is voracious.
Within this context, digital marketing has its own unique set of responsibilities. “So here’s our call to action: Let’s build a world that works. When we work together, we tap into diverse perspectives and accelerate growth. The result? New transformative ideas that add tremendous value to the evolving world,” says Chiuri
Wandia Chiuri is a global digital marketing executive with compelling concepts on how a digital marketing agency can take an unusual business approach that’s actually an advantage in the workforce and builds a better world. She has developed and managed high-value client relationships and partnerships with professionals from world-class enterprises, technology leaders, and systems integrators like Google, Samsung, Apple, AT&T, IBM, Intel, Accenture, Target, and TjMaxx.
Wandia is supported by a world-class team of content creators, copywriters, creatives, data scientists, and developers who are passionate about helping clients get more done. ”We are many voices, one team. Together we elevate each others’ thinking and talents. We’re fast, smart, and fearlessly human. We win with authenticity and love what we do. We bring our passion and partner with you side-by-side, even when the right path is the riskier one.,” Wandia said of her team.
To learn more about Reactionpower, visit : https://reactionpower.com
Company Name: Reactionpower Inc
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