Interactive goodness you can taste.
“Clients push my hand away because they want to touch the iPad. It’s no longer a presentation, it becomes a team effort for the sale.”
Meet the Macc, a chewy, chocolate-coconut macaroon that comes in thirteen flavors. It’s the revolutionary invention of Michelle Goldberg, whose bakery FreshBakedNY also offers new twists on classics like brownies and petit fours. Since her storefront is virtual—“click-and-order is taking over brick-and-mortar,” she says—the only way to get her sweet treats is by ordering online.
To keep the revenue rolling in, Michelle always looks for corporate accounts that will place standing orders. But in competitive New York, her presentations need to make a serious impact, and old-school sell sheets weren’t helping her to close sales. “A piece of paper is flat. It means nothing,” she says. “It doesn’t keep the client involved.”
“With Ingage, their mouths start to water…
they want to eat them right then and there.”
A presentation good enough to eat.
For FreshBakedNY, the Ingage app made all the difference. Michelle chose the Showcase storyline to present her tempting morsels, using the Points of Interest feature to display the all-natural ingredients without a lot of clutter. “The Points-of-Interest tabs make the product come alive and give it depth,” she says. “It’s not flat anymore.” By “touching” the interactive Maccs and cookies, her clients can almost taste them. “Their mouths start to water… they want to eat them right then and there.”
Cooking up a win.
Michelle is thrilled with the reaction to her Ingage experience. While meeting with a five-star hotel, the manager showed more enthusiasm ever before, and a lucrative contract suddenly became possible. Time after time the app has been a game-changer for Michelle Goldberg and her online bakery. “Clients push my hand away because they want to touch the iPad. It’s no longer a presentation, it becomes a team effort for the sale.” Success has never been sweeter.