Our agency is back and seeking out individuals to participate in upcoming one-on-one interviews for market research. If you feel as though you fit the profile, or know someone who does, this is a great opportunity to share your perspective. Just to sweeten the deal, we’re offering a $40 honorarium for participating candidates – all it takes it 20 minutes of your time.
Our agency is on the hunt for awesome men and women to take part in our upcoming focus group. If you fit the profile, this is a unique opportunity to share your opinions and impact an industry’s marketing efforts. Not to mention, we’re offering a $50 honorarium for participating candidates. We want to pick your brain!
Our agency is on the hunt for awesome women to take part in our upcoming focus group. If you fit the profile, this is a unique opportunity to make your mark on a national brand. Not to mention, we’re offering a $50 honorarium for participating candidates. We want to pick your brain – are you game?
“Should I hire a marketing manager or marketing agency, a consultant, or maybe a freelancer?”
Have you been wondering about this? If so, this post is absolutely for you.
For those who are still thinking of DIY marketing possibility, please check out my previous DIY marketing post first. Perhaps, it will give you better insight into DIY marketing, but personally, I wouldn’t recommend you to do it yourself.
By the way, do you know what elements there are in modern marketing? For those who are not familiar with it, below is a list of modern marketing elements:
When Canada’s largest privately owned residential and commercial property management company came to us, we were tasked with reflecting their value through thoughtful design. After nearly a decade with the same website, it was time to put our creative strategies to work in developing a cleaner, more professional look and a modern rebrand empowering Gateway to be seen like the true industry leader they are. It’s kind of like we got them a designer power suit to flaunt. Now, they are looking fresh as heck with a website and brand that is worthy of their size and grandeur. And not to mention, the user experience is smoother than a polished doorknob – just take a look.
This campaign earned Gateway Property Management GOLD in the Website Remodel category at the International MarCom Awards. Check out our full case study.
Vancouver has one of the biggest and most celebrated Pride Weeks in North America. The weeklong event, highlight of the summer, draws out the masses for the event. The premise is simple: celebrate love and acceptance, and it’s clear that resonates with many. Events include a charity run, picnic in the park, Legacy Awards, the Davie Street Party, numerous parties and restaurant events, and of course, the iconic Pride parade, watched by over 650,000 people. The overall success of a social event like this relies heavily on social and digital marketing, and some other events around the world are showing us how to do it right.
Being an industry leader is more accessible than ever before. With the democratization of marketing through web, social platforms and smaller agencies, new industry leaders are being born everyday. There is nothing stopping you from being the next leader in your industry.
It’s no longer only accessible to the Goliaths of the world. Having the privilege of working with some Davids, we have witnessed and helped these smaller organizations become authentic leaders in their industries.
It should come as no surprise that the best kind of marketing is the kind that makes a difference. That’s the reason it is important to make sure that events promoting positive change have a well-thought out campaign.
Energy-conservation has become a huge industry as more and more people realize the important of making the most of the planet we have. Events that celebrate sustainability and a cleaner environment are becoming increasingly popular their success is directly connected to the marketing campaigns they have in place. With similar events taking place in our hometown of Vancouver, we figured we’d take a few eco-friendly cues from similar events from around the world.
If you missed out on our blog last month, have no fear. We’ve put together our five most popular articles for you – consider this your cheat sheet. Enjoy!