Sales and marketing transformation agenda 2025

Munich, April 2024

Sales and marketing transformation agenda 2025

Munich/Detroit, April 2024

T

he digital revolution is transforming automotive sales and marketing at an accelerating pace as economies bounce back from the pandemic.

Amid the upheaval, the winners will be those players that capture the opportunities created by new, data-driven technologies to improve the customer journey.

Berylls Mad Media has developed a direct-to-consumer sales and marketing approach which we call the “Infinity Loop” to give you a head start over the competition. The loop delivers continuous optimization of the customer journey through constant interaction between data-driven end-to-end (E2E) marketing activities and omni-channel sales.

Time is short. The sales and marketing transformation race is a sprint where the winners will emerge at speed. For this reason, Berylls Infinity Loop leverages five key transformation levers to help you cross the finishing line by 2025.

Discover more in our point of view.

Berylls Insight
Sales & marketing transformation agenda 2025
DOWNLOAD
Authors
Jonas Wagner

Partner & Managing Director

Sascha Kurth

Partner

Maximilian Möller

Partner

Henry Lundt

Principal

Jonas Wagner
Jonas Wagner (1978) is a Partner at Berylls Strategy Advisors and Managing Director of Berylls Mad Media. He has been a consultant in the automotive industry for more than 18 years. Wagner supports the strategy and organizational development of leading automotive manufacturers in the transformation of their sales and marketing. This includes the digitalization of the customer interface, the introduction of new sales models and the development of a data-driven sales and marketing organization. The focus is on optimizing the customer journey across all divisional boundaries – whether sales, after sales or financial services.
Before joining Berylls, he worked for the strategy consulting firm Oliver Wyman for automotive manufacturers in Germany and abroad.
He studied business administration at the Aarhus School of Business and at the University of Mannheim, focus on international management, marketing and controlling.
Sascha Kurth

Sascha Kurth (1987) is a Partner at Berylls Mad Media, the Sales & Marketing Transformation unit of Berylls Group, a company specializing in the automotive industry. He is an expert in building, transforming, and restructuring sales and marketing organizations and has experience from more than 30 projects in this context. From his perspective, it is particularly important for sales and marketing organizations to have clear and measurable goals and a clear and comprehensible strategy for achieving them. Subsequently, the focus is on creating an effective, efficient, and self-optimizing organization from the right people, processes, partners, and necessary governance. Technology and data are crucial enablers for leveraging the efficiency and effectiveness of the resources used multiple times. This is essential to be competitive, remain competitive, and develop competitive advantages for the future. However, they are not an end in themselves but always enablers to achieve the goals (better). Sascha Kurth is convinced that building effective and efficient sales and marketing organizations is a crucial long-term competitive advantage for the entire company and that paid advertising (especially increasing the budget) should be one of the last initiatives to achieve strategic goals.

Sascha Kurth has been supporting automotive manufacturers in a global context since 2013. He has extensive expertise in goal-oriented sales and marketing planning, Paid, Earned, Owned- funnel management, data management platforms & customer data platforms, e-commerce platforms, programmatic advertising, customer relation management, smart KPIs, and management dashboards.

Prior to joining Berylls Mad Media, he supported leading OEMs, e-mobility start-ups, telecommunications companies, and fast-moving consumer goods manufacturers in their sales & marketing transformation at various consulting firms.