Over the years, we’ve learned that our clients are not just out for a state-of-the-art website, stunning advertisement or fun video. Our clients want an idea. Because good ideas work everywhere. They can be used on the shop floor, in displays, promotions, on TV, radio, online, Facebook, Instagram and they will get your cash registers ringing.
Our clients want ideas that sell. An idea that converts, enthuses or activates. An idea that ensures a better shelf position, greater recognition and higher likeability. We develop commercial ideas for our clients. And we turn that idea into concrete form. In every phase, the idea is central. That’s our methodology in a nutshell.
We love working with clients who have a lot to sell. But we don’t like one night stands.
Brand Builders. Ideas that sell.
30 creative go-getters
Our clients have ambitions. That’s why our team consists of real go-getters. Brand Builders are proactive, and a sparring partner. They can create a visual from three words. And a razor-sharp packaging tagline from a random idea.
Our team is mainly made up of creatives, because that’s the gap our clients need filled. And one or two clever producers and straight-shooting account people. Because we don’t just think of ideas that sell. You can also leave the development to our team with complete peace of mind. Expect rolled-up sleeves, a critical eye for detail and a knowing smile when the deadline approaches… We’ve got this.
We are proud of our team.
And you can get to know them a little right here…
Bob Stoll the Show
Bob knew everything, he understood the world, was stubborn, honest and always ready for us. His Bobservations were an anchor for our agency. He kept us sharp and awake. We’d often receive enthusiastic emails from him at 4 in the morning. That’s just how Bob was. For ten years, he was our copywriter and our conscience; we built so many awesome things together. When we glance at the brands we work with, or look at our agency and where we stand now, we always see a lot of Bob. We’ll never be rid of each other, and for that we’re grateful. Thanks!
(Bob Stoll passed away on 3 April 2014)