That doesn’t mean we charge a fortune to throw fruit at a wall and call it art. It just means we’re happy to be passionate oddballs who make great stuff.
Echo Boomers are a generation born with one foot in the pre-digital era and one fully immersed, and that unique perspective defines how we operate.
We have a small team and tap our talent network as needed – people we know by name, talent we’ve come across and have kept close over the years. We immerse ourselves in experiences around the people we’re marketing to.
Let’s not forget why we do this. We take this serious because it’s a lot of fun. We take clients and projects based on enjoyment and how much of a difference we can make together. The right clients make our work sweeter.
We’re all people trying to do our jobs, and hopefully trying to make life a little more enjoyable for the people around us. We’re just big kids in nice clothes and we try to never forget that.
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