The Growth Bully CEO Stephen Ellul on Tuesday shared that the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) cannot be undermined, especially through the ways that it has shaped the future of B2B lead generation.
“AI is the future of B2B lead generation,” he said, before explaining that as a Gen-Z entrepreneur, he has “witnessed first-hand” how AI has “revolutionised and streamlined various business processes”. He noted that B2B lead generation is “no exception” to this.
“AI helps businesses understand their customers better, identify new opportunities, and create more personalised marketing strategies,” Mr Ellul said.
He remarked that through AI tools such as chatbots and predictive analytics, businesses can generate “targeted and relevant leads”, yet it is integral that they do not forget to feed their AI system with “accurate and relevant data”.
This comes as a number of business leaders recently highlighted the importance of AI, while also touching on how the human element is still crucial and should be treated as an “invaluable asset”.
“Investing in AI is not only a smart business decision. It is vital,” Mr Ellul said. He concluded by adding: “Ignore AI and be left behind.”
Mr Ellul founded The Growth Bully in 2021 with the aim to utilise his experience in marketing, events, social media, and business development to assist businesses and brands in connecting with their customers and grow their sales through B2B and B2C activations. The team has since grown and now services over 65 clients across various industries, including medical aesthetics, reproductive health, hospitality, fitness, e-commerce, and real estate, among others.
The Growth Bully Founder and CEO Stephen Ellul / LinkedIn
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