At Duncan Channon, we have experience with such values-based programs as our anti-smoking and anti-vaping work for the California Tobacco Control Program, working with the The Gap develop their “Code: Red” initiative, and purpose-based campaigns for brands ranging from healthcare to snack bars.
No catch. Really. We think this work is increasingly important and we love doing it. For brands that are looking to take action and live their values, we want to turn good intentions into real programs.
This work is customized for each company and depends on your current needs. But let’s be clear, we’re going to bring you ideas that are within our area of expertise—how to use the various marketing channels to more fully live your values. That might manifest itself in a real-world experiential activation or event, a partnership opportunity, a piece of content to tell your story, or other relevant programs.
Nope. Of course, our hope is that you’ll want to pursue one or more of the ideas we bring you, but there’s no obligation.
Email us. Let’s talk. Generally, we move quickly—a short questionnaire, we get a 30-minute meeting on the calendar, and then we work toward that meeting.
We do up to five “3 in 30” presentations per quarter and we schedule those on a first-come, first-serve basis. In other words, get after it.