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Experience of the Week: Surprising Painless…with Puppy Parties

Posted March 8th, 2019 by .

Categories: Experience of the Week.

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To embody their new tagline, “Surprisingly Painless”, Esurance held events in 10 cities to make Monday a little less painful. From playing with puppies to free refreshments and a little pampering, this metaphoric brand experience helped consumers make the connection that insurance [...]

The Truth Behind Social Media Usage and Your Experiential Marketing Event

Posted March 5th, 2019 by .

Categories: Digital / Social Media Integrations, Experiential Marketing.

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You already know that social media and experiential marketing complement each other. If you deliver an amazing experience to someone, they’re naturally going to want to share it with their friends. The global social media usage statistics show how much we rely on Facebook, Twitter, [...]

Experience of the Week: An Interactive Snow-Making Playground

Posted March 1st, 2019 by .

Categories: Experience of the Week.

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Water brand evian wanted to invite Londoners to live young while cheering them up on a cold, winter’s day. As the swings and seesaws were moving, they kinetically powered a snowfall. Watch the magic unfold: To create your own magical brand moments, give us a ring.

Experience of the Week: Pop-Up Playground

Posted February 22nd, 2019 by .

Categories: Experience of the Week.

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With celebrity influencers on site, Target created a pop-up playground at a Brooklyn park. The event featured a children’s runway show of the store’s new Cat & Jack line of clothing. To create a playground for your brand, say hello.

10 Tips to Properly Vet an Experiential Marketing Agency

Posted February 19th, 2019 by .

Categories: Experiential Marketing.

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10 Tips for Selecting an Experiential Marketing Agency: 1. Review the agency's portfolio of work. 2. Ask for references. 3. Understand the agency's specialties. 4. Talk about strategy. 5. Is the agency pitching before understanding? 6. Ask about integration. 7. Know their in-house work [...]

Experience of the Week: Not Vanilla

Posted February 15th, 2019 by .

Categories: Experience of the Week.

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My Ottawa, the city’s tourism group, wanted to entice people of Toronto to come visit a place that’s anything but vanilla! This pop-up activation offered five funky ice cream flavors to represent the various experiences a visitor can enjoy while in Ottawa. Flavors represented [...]

The Sense of Sound in Experiential Marketing Activations

Posted February 12th, 2019 by .

Categories: Experiential Marketing, Marketing Strategy.

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The sense of sound in experiential marketing is one that shouldn't be taken for granted. Adding sound to an experience can be as simple as placing speakers around your event space. Or, you can incorporate sound in experiential marketing activations with more complex design.

Experience of the Week: Tailgating Challenge

Posted February 8th, 2019 by .

Categories: Experience of the Week.

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To promote its new curbside delivery service, HEB created a fun tailgate experience. Those with the highest points scored gift cards! HEB Recap Video – UT vs USC on Vimeo. To create a pre-game brand activation, give us a call.

How to Bring Marketing In-House

Posted February 5th, 2019 by .

Categories: Experiential Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Newsroom.

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While in-house marketing is making the headlines, what we're really seeing happen is a wider adoption of the hybrid model. A study from eMarketer shows that 52 percent of companies use a combination of outsourced and in-house resources.

Experience of the Week: Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Posted February 1st, 2019 by .

Categories: Experience of the Week.

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Drybar took a giant replica of its Buttercup official blow dryer around NYC to offer warm wishes – and a warm up – to everyone it met. To warm your audience’s hearts, give us a call.

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