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Our SixCore Principles

If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything. We took the time to sit down and decide what we want to stand for as a company. After thinking about it, we came up with six core principles we want to hang our hat on.


Waste is a terrible thing. As a small and fast growing company, we can’t afford to be anything less than the pinnacle of efficiency. Our dedication to efficiency translates into saved time and money for our clients.


In this industry going a day without learning something new can be the kiss of death. We carve out time every week to watch videos, meet with mentors, read articles and improve our individual skills. By constantly learning we can refine our methods and raise the bar of what we think is possible.


Maintaining a healthy personal life allows our team to be refreshed and bring our A game every time we step in the office. The 80 hours a week model of working is not only antiquated, it simply doesn’t produce high quality work.


This is why we’re here. Working in a creative industry creates the temptation to think that making pretty pictures and catchy slogans is the most important thing. To remove this notion we use objective analytics to measure the success of every campaign we touch. It’s not snake oil, it’s results.


We take great pride in being a Oklahoma-based business. There’s something special happening here and we can’t wait to see where it takes us. Our team actively seeks out ways to support and grow through a variety of channels including: College Bound Academy, local churches and food banks, The HOW Foundation, 1 Million Cups, Bixby Outreach Center and many more.


Anyone who has been working for more than 2 years has most likely worked a job they hate at some point. Our employees are no different, which is why we strive to find roles for our employees that they not only enjoy, but are passionate about. “Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing,” Theodore Roosevelt.

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