Factory 360 is an experiential marketing agency fueled by a talented team of strategic thinkers, brand marketers and visual artists who believe that an idea is only as powerful as its execution. At one time our founder walked in your shoes. Established in 2007, by a former client-side marketer, Factory 360’s business model builds brand loyalty and ROI through impactful experiential programming rooted in true brand values.
Factory 360's personality is unique and authentic, where employees are encouraged to strut their most creative swagger. Factory 360's colorful culture values individuality and an atmosphere that encourages free expression, diligence and innovative ideas.
Core Competencies: Experiential marketing that connects brands with consumers across real-life experiences with a strong digital amplification. Factory 360’s key strengths emphasize an insight-based approach to building experiential programs using a brand’s key assets, while focusing on high-concept design discipline that delivers strong ROI.
Factory 360’s mission: Excellence in creativity and execution: every brand, every budget, every time. Factory 360’s vision: Deliver the convergence of technological trends coupled with disruptive live-marketing activations. Take a look at our recent work https://vimeo.com/127943488
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