It takes a lot to get noticed. It takes even more to get talked about. To build your brand you have to create experiences, get reactions and get people talking. That’s what we’ve been doing for over 10 years. As a leading experiential and staffing company, we work with high-profile brands in Canada and the US, creating big ideas and executing multi-faceted sales and sampling programs, guerrilla street team marketing, product launches, PR stunts and special events.
Team cups of coffee consumed daily
Active roster members in North America
Satisfied clients over 12 years
Activation hours and counting
Head hunted away from Brazilian ad agencies, Ticiana provides consistent dedication, creativity and management to both small and large clients, equally. She’s a no nonsense, truth teller, she’ll give it to you straight, but everything sounds better in Portuguese.
John Belbeck – Senior Creative Strategist
He’s been described as a walking idea. A man who needs 15 creative projects on the go to be truly happy, John will never be our CFO. He also may be nicer than we deserve.
Meg Huber – Senior Account Manager
Obsessed with client happiness, detail oriented, has yet to drop a ball. Her voice will calm and relax you even during a tornado of logistics. Puts every project on a leash and wrestles chaos into submission.
Although the road to success can take many different paths when looking at the world’s most successful brands, they all have one thing in common – they stand out among the rest. Creating a memorable brand should be up there in importance with profit and sales, as ultimately, they can all heavily influence one another.
The goal of any marketing initiative is to acquire customers and to build and maintain a relationship with them. And while there are numerous ways to do this, few allow you such perfect circumstances to directly reach and engage your target audience as in-store demos and product sampling. Gone are the days when in-store demonstrations
Have you ever been stuck sitting at home while all your friends are out at a party, concert, or event, only to find yourself wishing you were there? Although this sentiment is a bit of cliché and the driving story line behind many a teen movie, in reality, fear of missing out (FOMO) has been