Wed, 06 Oct 2021 09:14:07 GMT
CourtAvenue, a digital transformation network founded by Dan Khabie and Kenny Tomlin, has experienced exponential revenue growth during Q3 2021.
Continuing its aggressive trajectory substantiates the business model of CourtAvenue as an operating network of emerging services, products and company investments. Previously named digital agency of record for Kia Motors America, Epson, and Taylor Guitars (among several others), CourtAvenue bolstered its client roster during Q3 with the addition of US Air Force / UDRI, General Mills, Farouk Systems, Arvest Bank (through a partnership with Barkley), Poo-Pourri and ALS Global. CourtAvenue is providing a sizable scope of services including strategy consulting, organisational design, brand AOR, eCommerce AOR, emerging product and technology development. The network has added twenty new positions across its North America offices and will expand its presence in Arkansas, New York and Mexico City.
“Environmental disruption to behaviors and supply chains has accelerated the need for long-term digital transformation. We’re being tapped by brands across multiple sectors who see the systemic shift and want to be prepared for this –and whatever else is around the corner,” said Kenny Tomlin, co-founder of CourtAvenue.
Modifly, CourtAvenue’s creative media arm, is also seeing massive growth this year, with the recent additions of Beam CBD, Arrow, Poo-pourri as well as Kitu’s Super Coffee and alcohol-infused seltzer SESH, earlier this year. Modifly will aid in providing content strategy, creative marketing services, paid and organic media, along with other digital services. Upon launch in 2015, Modifly quickly made a name for itself in the DTC space with work for Mercedes and Nordstrom, along with boutique brands Fancy.com, Celsius Energy, The One Club for Creativity, Original Grain, and Pigment. To accommodate the additional client work, Modifly is looking to add new positions over the next quarter.
“In order to be relevant, brands demand emerging technology and forward-facing platforms. Using these, we prescribe an arsenal of creative strategies that ensure meaningful connections within their desired audiences,” added Elijah Schneider, founder and CEO of Modifly.view more - Hires, Wins & BusinessCourtAvenue, Wed, 06 Oct 2021 09:14:07 GMT