The Inkvine Approach
Strategic Marketing Workshops
Inkvine offers a strategic marketing workshop to new clients which serves a number of purposes. We help you clarify pain points and fundamental requirements and over a few short days, we can deliver real insight and value. We begin with a fact-finding call, then run a 3-hour workshop where we focus our skills on critical questions and apply our strategic muscle to your current business challenge. We combine this with supplemental research to deliver strategic recommendations and a problem/solution overview.
Shared Values and Collaboration
We love to solve complex communication problems for fast-growing companies. To do that, we have to share your values and be on your side. There needs to be a whole pile of things. Trust, admiration, respect, late nights; an appreciation for bad jokes, science fiction and sushi. You need a cheerleader, a champion and an advocate. We need clients that we believe in and share our values. And you need to pick wisely! Commiting to a workshop is the first step in evaluating if we’re the very best team to help you grow.
Solution Based Projects
If we are the very best team to help you reach the next step of your business journey, we
then scope out a suitable project. We’re not an agency, we don’t sell hours. So we generally
try to find a nice, meaty problem to solve, ideally of 6 – 9 months duration. There’s a minimum spend, and for that fixed monthly cost you have our full in-house team, working round the clock on your specific problem. We only have a small number of projects running at any one time, so you get a lot of value.
Final Phase: Farewells
We only stay as long as we’re needed. Ideally, if we do our jobs right, you wont need us at the end! However we’re happy to share all our knowledge, help you find and recruit in house talent, and develop the roadmaps and plans you need to grow and succeed into the future. We’ll share all the project templates, tools, collateral and assets. And if you need us to come back and visit every now and then, we’re not too far away.