Advertising and marketing are crucial for startups looking to gain visibility, establish their brand, and attract customers. A well-planned marketing strategy can help startups reach their target audience and attract venture firms.
In today’s highly competitive business environment, advertising and marketing are vital for startups’ success. However, language barriers can significantly challenge international startups looking to market themselves in Korea. That’s why it’s essential to partner with an English-speaking advertising and marketing firm that understands the local market and can help startups achieve their goals.
By investing in effective marketing strategies, startups can establish a strong brand, attract customers, and achieve long-term growth and success. Despite language barriers in Korea, several English-language ad campaigns have become successful and helped increase brand awareness and sales for various companies in Korea.
In 2006, McDonald’s launched its famous “I’m Lovin’ It” campaign featuring K-Pop stars singing the catchy jingle in English. Coca-Cola’s “Taste the Feeling” campaign was launched in 2016 with English-language ads and a social media campaign, encouraging people to share their “Coke moments.” Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign, launched in 2002, inspired people to push themselves to achieve their goals with English-language ads featuring Korean subtitles. Apple’s “Think Different” campaign, launched in 1997, established the company as a leading brand in Korea’s technology market with English-speaking ads and Korean subtitles.
Finally, Samsung’s “Do What You Can’t” campaign, launched in 2017, encouraged people to break down barriers and achieve their goals with English-language ads and Korean subtitles. Cheil Worldwide, a South Korean multinational advertising and public relations company, was the ad agency that made the successful Samsung campaign.
Here are some of Korea’s top English-speaking advertising and marketing firms that can help global startups.
Cheil Worldwide: For startups looking for English-speaking advertising and marketing firms in Korea, Cheil is the largest advertising