By May 1996, we’d already done our third website launch and scooped a PR Week Awards Best Business Campaign Finalists Award.
By 1998 our founder, Richard Strange, was sitting in a meeting room on the Golden Square discussing major campaigns for M&C Saatchi’s biggest client (because M&C didn’t do ‘The Internet’).
During the 2000s, Rich was scratching his head on projects for Shell and FT.com for IBM Global Services Innovation Centre. He lasted at the centre for around a year before deciding to set up deeply digital.
What does it mean any more? Does it even have a role in modern business? There are still departments called marketing, but it’s such a broad term.
Saying that we're marketers is like saying we are Healthcare Professionals; there are hundreds of iterations of the job with different specialisms, roles, etc.
Similarly, marketing is just the genre for many different job roles.
So we’re not a marketing agency. We’re not a marketing consultancy.
We do digital.
We do digital, deeply.
So don’t do brochures, exhibition stands, trade shows, TV ads, direct mail, PR, lobbying.
We do digital in the B2B space.
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