Our Clients are Kicking Ass

Monday, February 29th, 2016

Excuse our language, but it’s true. Our clients have been taking 2016 and making the most of nearly every opportunity. And we’re just honored to be part of the wonderful good news.

Just check this out:

Why Not Sundays, which is a campaign brought to the world by the Minnesota Consumers First Alliance, has been getting media attention from every corner of the internet, TV and even in the newspapers. They’ve been featured in City Pages, the Star Tribune and KARE 11 News. And the resulting increase in views and social media chatter means there are more people than ever pushing for Sunday sales in their local caucuses this week. Improving our world through public policy!

Planetary Bands: Warming World, which was a project brought to the world by ENSIA Magazine has been getting even more attention since the project launched mid-last year. Right after launch, they got some awesome press from the New York Times. But since, they’ve been featured by the Smithsonian (yeah, THAT Smithsonian) and some of our behind the scenes footage and the performance itself was featured on The Discovery Channel’s The Daily Planet. In the coming months, the science behind the piece will be featured in BAMS, a scientific journal by the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. So we’ll be published in science! Wowee!

Then there’s the awards! The video was chosen as one of the 10 best videos of 2015 by the American Geophysical Union. And it will be featured at the GeoCinema series at the European Geophysical Union in April this year. And finally, musicians all over the world are taking the work and adapting it. At the end of 2015, Planetary Bands was played at Northwestern at their Buffett Institute.

Revolar is the kind of company that we like to work with AND play with. Their team is unlike any other – fun, vibrant, passionate and full of talent. That’s why it’s not surprising to us that they’ve gotten some seriously good media recently from the likes of Fast Company, Venture Beat and Mic.com. (Shoutout to the back of Liz’s on that Mic.com piece!) 

The key to successful collaborations? Cheering for everyone’s success. We love seeing our clients soar. It makes these little space coal darlings very happy inside.