Don’t GTM Before You’re Ready (Ignore The True Believers)
You believe in the company you’re marketing, and so do your product and leadership colleagues. But, often because everyone believes in the business, companies end up with a hero complex. This leads to dangerous territory: a go-to-market (GTM) strategy that’s missing the customer perspective.
Whether you’re entering a crowded space or offering a bold new product, you need customer input to understand where the opportunities are (and where they aren’t) when crafting your GTM strategy.