WHO WE ARE

We are a Creative Marketing Agency that drives Customer Engagement.

WHAT WE DO

We partner with you to develop the most effective engagement strategy and execute them through multiple channels and platforms.

HOW WE DO IT

Our core competencies are in three areas; Experiential Marketing, Content Marketing and Social Media Marketing.

WHY WE DO IT

We wholeheartedly believe that a consistent and memorable customer experience of your brand and product drives greater customer engagement and loyalty.

SOLUTIONS

We are as committed to delighting our clients as you are to delighting your customers.

Consulting

CONSULTING

Whatever your creative, communications and marketing needs may be, let us figure it out for you. We can provide the perfect specialist or a team of talent to help crystalize the project, design a roadmap and implement.

Slay Team

POPUP AGENCY

Often campaigns and initiatives take months to ideate, map out, structure and roll out. They also require a good deal of face time, working sessions and meetings that are best done in person. We can provide individuals and/or teams to serve as your agency inside for the length of project, campaign or initiative.

Campaigns

CAMPAIGNS

Let us create kick-ass video and digital campaigns for you. Campaigns work best when they’re bold, thought-provoking, emotional or funny. We can help ideate and produce video and digital content that are prolific and have a consistent voice/message.

Let's go steady

LET'S GO STEADY

In other words, “Retain us!” We would love to become your agency of record, your go-to for all your communication, marketing and creative needs. The beauty of such relationships of course is that we become as close to and familiar with your brand as you are. So we would be a very easy reach should you need anything.

CLIENTS

Companies we’ve had the pleasure of working with…

ABC
ABC Family
Apple
Apttus
Barnraiser
BBC
The Board List
CBS
CBS Interactive
Channel 4
C|net
DDB
Discovery Channel
ebay
Equator Coffees & Teas
Ernst & Young
Facebook
Genentech
IBM
Intel
Intuit
Joyus
Mckesson
Nutanix
PeopleSoft
Ringcentral
Salesforce
Servicenow
Shippo
People Stylewatch
Scripps Networks
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Stubhub
techtv
Telepictures
Virgin
Vmware

FILM | VIDEO

Video by far is the most effective medium for marketing and sales. Here are some impressive numbers…

By 2019, global consumer Internet video traffic will account for 80% of all consumer Internet traffic

(Source: SmallBizTrends)

Facebook generates 8 billion video views on average per day.

(Source: Social Media Today)

YouTube reports mobile video consumption rises 100% every year

(Source: Hubspot)

92% of mobile video consumers share videos with others

(Source: RendrFx)

After watching a video, 64% of users are more likely to buy a product online

(Source: Hubspot)

Including a video on a landing page can increase conversion rates by 80%

(Source: Unbounce)

Video in an email leads to 200-300% increase in click-through rates

(Source: Hubspot)

Companies using video enjoy 41% more web traffic from search than non-users.

(Source: SmallBizTrends)

55% of people watch videos online every day.

(Source: Digital Information World)

90% of users say that product videos are helpful in the decision process.

(Source: Hubspot)

By 2021, the combined market size of augmented and virtual reality is expected to reach 215 billion U.S. dollars.

(Source: Statista)

For every eight minutes users spend on smartphones, seven of those minutes are spent in apps.

(Source: Smaato)

When asked about the next big marketing trend, survey respondents identified consumer personalization (29%), AI (26%), and voice search (21.23%).

(Source: BrightEdge)

7 out of 10 media planners and buyers (67%) want more Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality ads incorporated into digital marketing campaigns. The reason behind the demand is consumer engagement.

By 2025, the worldwide user base of AR and VR games is expected to grow to 216 million users and will be worth 11.6 billion U.S. dollars.

(Source: Statista)

60% to 70% of consumers see clear benefits in using AR and IoT devices in their daily life and at work. 69% believed that the tech could help them learn new skills, 62% saw shopping benefits, and 62% saw healthcare benefits.

Sixty percent of consumers ages 25–34 find it easier to chat with brands through messenger apps, while 27 percent have used chatbots to talk to brands.

(Source: Mindshare World)

More than 80% of executives surveyed view AI as a strategic opportunity.

(Source: MIT Sloan Management Review)

Gartner predicts that 100 million consumers will shop in augmented reality by 2020.

Business leaders said they believe AI is going to be fundamental in the future. In fact, 72% termed it a “business advantage.”

(Source: PwC)

EMERGING TECH

There’s a great deal of talk about the rise of Emerging Tech and it is indeed skyrocketing. Check out the latest stats…

CONTENT AND SOCIAL MARKETING

Social Media today isn’t what it was yesterday or will be tomorrow. Social Media is ubiquitous, effective and the numbers are indeed impressive…

Users spend on average 69% of their media time on smartphones.

(Source: comScore)

Customers spend more money (20-40 percent) on brands who engage directly with them on social media.

(Source: Social Media Today)

There are 2.56 billion global mobile social media users today, equaling 34% penetration globally with 1 million new active mobile social users added every day.

(Source: We Are Social)

71% of consumers who have had a good social media service experience with a brand are likely to recommend it to others.

(Source: Ambassador)

Eighty-seven percent of active Facebook users access the platform via mobile.

(Source: Hootsuite)

There are more than 800 million Instagram users. Of those 800 million, 500 million are active every day.

(Source: Statista)

There are 330 million monthly active users (MAUs) on Twitter, and 100 million daily active users.

(Source: Omnicore)

There are 500 million users on LinkedIn, but only half are MAUs.

(Source: Omnicore)

95% of online adults aged 18-34 are most likely follow a brand via social networking.

(Source: MarketingSherpa)

Eighty-five percent of U.S. consumers use social media.

(Source: Marketing Sherpa)

ABOUT US

We custom tailor the perfect team to your needs for each project.