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Advertising that connects gets results.

We all know, effective advertising and marketing only works if you get your message in front of the people who matter. In today’s crowded, multichannel marketplace, the challenge is in identifying where your market is — so that your marketing efforts aren’t misdirected and your budget (and time) isn’t wasted.

That’s where we come in.

As an agency, we partner with our clients — acting as an extension of your in-house resources, or as your dedicated off-site marketing department. In consultation with your team, we build a strategy and marketing plan tailored to the specific needs and goals of your business. We help you identify who you should reach and where you can be most effective.

Our only agenda is your success.

Whether executed through: email, direct mail, brand-building ads, content marketing, trade shows, video, social and digital marketing… you’re marketing efforts will always perform better if your messaging is founded on key consumer insights. Only when we know what your customers think, can we create marketing that truly connects with your prospects. And by knowing where they are, we can then recommend the right mix of tactics—each inspiring action and created to deliver results—that make the most sense for you and your budget

We back this up with the experience we gained working at four of the worlds biggest global agencies: Draft, Ogilvy, Saatchi, and Rapp Collins… but more importantly, it is the work we have crafted for great clients — both national and international big brands — and the results we have to prove it, that matters.

Our client testimonials below say it all — working with indigoOne is refreshingly simple and makes for a mutually rewarding partnership.

Who we are

The clients who got us here

of B2B buyers say Content affects purchase decisions.

75% of businesses plan to increase their Content marketing budgets.

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3.2 hrs
of every day is spent managing work emails

How do you make your messages stick in the Age of Distraction?

Let’s focus.