Direct-to-Fan Marketing

We provide a strategy for the brand, culture, and direct-to-fan marketing.

Design & Production

Design and production studio for offline, online, and experiential marketing projects.

Single view consumer buy

Pragmatic media buying and analytics for digital and traditional platforms.

Traditional Segmentation

Segmentation by product or consumer type, age/gender/lifestyle brackets will only give you a limited.

Modern Segmentation

Segmentation by customer’s point of view will give you a true representation of the problem

Digital Convergence

There is a lot of noise around ‘Digital first’ today

But that makes everything else a second or third and that’s the core reason of imbalance in execution. Digital and social agencies lack the scale or connection with real business challenges. Others are building digital extensions to achieve what they loosely call amplification. Content, Platforms, or Gimmicks are just a temporary aid to glue your marketing efforts. The absence of seamless execution of one big idea derived from your purpose is the core issue today.

Build & Cultivate Fans

We are not talking about your Facebook fans. Humans or bots, 99% of Media works on Rent-a- Space concept. Someone builds traffic and brands hire a space. Highway, Print, Websites, Apps, and Social Media – all follow the same concept. Intrusive formats are becoming blind spots for consumers.

Direct-to-fan marketing model has changed the way music and sports companies connect with their fans and leverage their passion to build and define a purpose.

Deep vs Shallow Work

Shallow work — tasks that suck your energy but don’t make you feel productive. Tinkering with google to find ideas, Daily logistics, Email, Calendar, Meetings, Calls. Deep work – Cognitively demanding activities that leverage your training to generate rare and valuable results. 

We prefer to discover, learn, notice, see, explore, soak, simmer, and brew rather than commit, make, decide, agree, disagree, run, resolve, select or pick. Stay Hungry and Stay Foolish

“Nothing else matters”