Set out to do anything that matters, and you better have a good set of tools to get the job done. One of our favorites, no surprise, is the power of brand: an authentic, real-time conversation between you and your market. That's right, between you and other people just like you. Flesh and blood, hopes and dreams, fears and hurdles. Welcome COMMONer.
Ready for four days that will change the way you see your business, sell your business and do your business? The COMMON Maniacal Business Attack is an immersive workshop in which we turn same-o same-o notions of vision, mission and strategy inside out and produce a plan of attack on your market centered around truth, authenticity and original voice. An attack plan your competitors will never see coming. That your team will execute flawlessly because it springs from their own DNA. And that your customers will surround with that special kind of support generally called sales.
It's official. The doors of our agency, COMMON Creates, are open. But not just any doors. Nor just any kind of agency. For one thing we don't have a fixed set of walls. Nor a bunch of people sitting around waiting for your assignment. What we do have is a nimble, flexible, global collection of world-class creative and business professionals ready to swarm around your mission, your goals, your business plan. So we can build the right team at the right time and right place. Which just might include pulling the COMMON PopUp Trailer to your doorstep and doing some serious creating, together. Curious?
Well, the sun seems to have come up again. Time to go about the business of living. Time to work. Time to play. Time to think. Time to dream. To eat. And drink. Wouldn't it be great if you could do all that living in a way you knew wasn't screwing up the planet along the way? Welcome to the COMMON Marketplace, where goods for good are bought and sold.
Introducing Do Ship That Matters™, the COMMON way to move goods for good from company to customer, from maker to mover. Created to meet the special demands of social entrepreneurs and anybody who wants to reduce impact in packaging, receiving, and shipping. While maximizing impact in messaging, delivery and human connection. The industry calls it fulfillment services. Done right, it's fulfilling indeed.