DISCOVERY MARKETING ASSESSEMENT

Do You Know Where You
Stand?

Micalizzi Media helps companies who are on fire to scale to expand markets, increase awareness, build loyalty, drive engagement, & grow revenue by helping them to assess where they currently stand.

Are You Next Level Ready?

As your organization has grown marketing may have become an elusive mysterious challenge.

You want to take your business to the next level, but you’re not sure if your existing marketing is next level ready.

You believe you are ready to deploy world-class out reach & enroll a new higher caliber customer cohort, but you’re not sure where to begin.

Get a Marketing
Check Up!

Your Discovery Assessment is a holistic review of your current marketing plan.

We assess your existing strategy, digital foot print, products, services, customer experience, technology tool box, sales work flow, culture, processes, employee bandwidth, leadership congruity, & more.

Your Discovery Report provides a valuable second party birds eye view that will enable you to decide what your next right actions are.

Starting at $2500

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We will get back to you within 48 hours with next steps.

INTEGRATED MARKETING THAT WORKS

“Michelle Micalizzi is an amazing marketer, networker, and business woman. She is smart, energetic, passionate and a definite achiever. She is one of the hardest working women I know. Whenever we worked together on a marketing project, she always went above and beyond her call of duty. She has the ability to captivate an audience…whether it is at a rotary meeting, a networking meeting or just out with friends. In addition to her drive, Michelle is a very caring person and community involvement is a necessity in her life, personally and professionally.
Michelle is an asset to any company that aligns themselves with her talents.”

Sue gosselin
WIZN & WBTZ the Buzz

BURLINGTON, VT

Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while.

STEVE JOBS