When Adidas needed guidance for influencer engagement, we led the strategy and collaboration with @ShutTheKaleUp
When Anne Sylvain wanted differentiation for its luxury fashion accessories, we led the strategic branding and national PR campaign “Belong To Know One Else”.
When Aqua Star was ready for a brand refresh, we developed a new brand platform, a new visual identity and a new tagline, “Quality Runs Deep”.
When the Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) announced its 25th anniversary, we helped engage the global network and launch the year-long celebration with the campaign “Make Your Mark”
When CHERRiSH wanted to raise awareness of its line of tart cherry juice, we attracted the attention of elite media and gained traction on social media with the brand platform “CHERRiSH Your Health”.
When Imagination Playground asked for a media strategy for their Learn & Play events, we rallied the media around the creative ways children can learn through play.
When the Saul Zaentz foundation at Johns Hopkins University had groundbreaking film announcements to make, we generated excitement among the entertainment and national media.
When Leading2Lean wanted to connect with new audiences, we devised a national media strategy and scholarship program to get younger generations excited about job opportunities in manufacturing.
When Les Schwab was looking for meaningful ways to connect with its consumers, we unveiled a series of personal stories about Les Schwab's corporate social responsibility on social media.
When MAP was eager to raise awareness of its products and services for credit unions, we created a CEO positioning and thought leadership platform to secure elite media placements.
When Nautilus wanted to tell a new story around home exercise equipment, we created a campaign that shared the secret desires and thoughts of home exercisers, “Cardio Confidential”.
When Pacific Seafood successfully leveraged the power of micro-influencers, we stepped in to guide engagement and direct digital strategy around its Colombia River Steelhead.
When Tree Top launched its new clear applesauce pouches, we spread the word through our “See The Good” campaign and pouch mascot, Seymore Good.