Grid Communications is an award winning digital marketing agency that specializes in crafting scroll stopping content & design. We’re a small and flexible team based out of Woodbridge, Ontario.
Tell us about yourself?
I graduated from advertising & design, I quickly started working at DDB canada (one of the youngest people to work there) working on clients like Johnson & Johnson & Gilead. After that I worked at a small boutique firm on clients like Mary Brown’s and Mr. Sub.
Following that, I went back to DDB and worked for clients like Volkswagen, Mcdonalds, Kraft and many more. Currently at Grid Communications, we’ve had the pleasure of working on clients like Jägermeister, DSW and Mucho Burrito.
If you could go back in time a year or two, what piece of advice would you give yourself?
Make smarter decisions, if it weren’t for careless decisions past, we’d be further ahead.
What problem does your business solve?
We provide cost effective marketing solutions for brands. We make it feel like you have an in-house team working for you.
What is the inspiration behind your business?
Working at larger agencies and even client side, I realized that you can do a lot with a smaller budget. Impactful creative doesn’t have to cost millions of dollars.
What is your magic sauce?
We offer an in-house feel to each client experience. This means that you’ll feel as if you have your own virtual creative studio at your fingertips.
What is the plan for the next 5 years? What do you want to achieve?
We’re looking to establish ourselves as the premier creative digital marketing agency in Canada.
Our five-year plan for our creative agency includes expanding our team to include a wider range of creative professionals, such as designers, copywriters, and videographers.
We also plan to expand our services to include more comprehensive branding and marketing packages for our clients. Additionally, we will focus on building long-term relationships with our clients by consistently delivering high-quality work and excellent customer service.
We will also prioritize building our online presence and improving our digital marketing efforts. By the end of the five years, we aim to be a well-respected and successful creative agency.
What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced so far?
The biggest challenge any fast growing agency will face is getting the right talent for the right roles. The second biggest challenge, especially during the infancy of the agency was getting large brands to trust someone who was in his early 20’s.
How do people get involved/buy into your vision?
People can get involved by following us on instagram, or checking out our website. We post on our blog semi-regularly and we’re happy to answer any questions.