Who you are.

Are we a good fit for each other?

As a B2B marketing consultancy, we understand that the right fit is essential to the success of any client-agency relationship.

Just because we understand your challenges or industry doesn't automatically qualify us as a good fit. Here are some questions that should help answer if we are good for each other:

  1. Are you a marketing or executive leader?

    Are you are responsible for moving the needle at the front lines of sales and marketing? Are you overworked and under-resourced? Is the list of things to do is only getting longer? Do you need a better way to tell your organization or product story.

  2. Are you a complex B2B brand?

    Is the structure of your organization is complex and the products and services you support have a technical story to tell. Do you need help stepping out of the shadows and into the spotlight, into the place where relevant stories are heard and most importantly, understood?

  3. Do you have a complex B2B story to tell?

    Is your product or service leading with technical or complex language? Do you talk about the things you make or do instead of what you make possible? Do your product and sales teams need real, tangible stories that leverage the big brand idea but also speak directly to the immediate needs and concerns of their prospects?

  4. Do you value our thinking, or our time?

    Do you need is an outsider's objective perspective to the challenges you face and how to address them? Our time is the most valuable asset we have, so we don't sell it in predetermined chunks. We sell our thinking and expertise. And we work to help you solve those challenges, no matter how long it takes. How does that sound?

If this sounds like a fit for you then let's have a conversation about how we can help.

Marjoram is my go-to agency. They are critical to all my marketing and messaging activities as well as my sanity.

Director, Marketing

Henkel Corporation

How can we help you focus on what you make possible?

Is your brand or product story complicated—or non-existent? Are you trying to manage expectations? Or do you just like to talk?

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