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Moving Forward Together; Let’s Invent What Comes Next

March 20, 2020   By Jim Cuene

We said we wanted disruption, right?

It feels odd to think about work when we’re all worried about the health and safety of our families and our community,  But, it’s also good to have an outlet  that is productive and creative, right?

We’re all experiencing real disruption; it’s not conceptual anymore. It’s a weird time, and it’s natural to feel like hunkering down and waiting for it all to settle around us.

Fahren wants to take a different approach.

We want to create what comes next vs. waiting for it to happen.

We’ll get through this – with you, together – by using this time to innovate and explore and create. Not just because we have to, but because we can and should.

We’ve got an experienced team of digital pros that have been through a recession (or two), have been part of dramatic business transformations, and have led bold shifts in strategy.

We’re driven to lead. We’ve been through the wringer, and we know the only way forward is to invent the future we want to live in.

So, let’s figure out how we can help you play to win in a weird time.

Need to rethink your strategy? Hire one of our leaders to support your work.

Kind of freaked out and not sure how to lead through it? Give any of us a call for some free advice (or just a friendly shoulder to lean on).

Got a radical idea and want some help planning it? We love those, and we can build you a team to plan and design it.

We want to work with you because we want to make some amazing things; no project is too small if there’s a big idea inside.  Of course we’re in business to generate profit, but right now and for the next couple months, we need to work for reasons that aren’t revenue related.

Making things – including strategy, new ideas, new digital products, plans – can be its own reward. Pursuing innovation and new ideas generates positivity and momentum for us and you.  Creating together leads to a stronger community. If it takes a village, our way of  contributing is via our talent, our energy and our ideas.

Budget is too tight? Don’t let that be the obstacle. We can figure that out. We’ll work for donuts or beer or actual dollars.

Or, if you just want to talk to someone, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Co-Founder and CEO

Jim has over 20 years of digital brand building experience. From running a start up digital agency to leading digital strategies for global brands at Ameriprise and General Mills, he’s been at the front of digital marketing his whole career. He loves the web and the opportunities it is creating for people and businesses to actually make the world better. Jim has an entrepreneurial mindset, the ability to see how the dots will connect in the future, and the knowledge & experience to put plans and teams in place to get results now.

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