Pulp Lab is a consumer engagement company offering insights and content that helps brands and marketers understand emerging cultural tastes and trends.
Our process helps clients identify and apply nascent trends in products and fields as diverse as food, fashion, music, technology, film and advertising. Going beyond identification of "the next big thing," we partner brands with emerging cultural movements, trends and digital content.
Whether we’re leading your executive team in collaborative brainstorming session on Millennials, curating your social media feed, or planning your product launch, our goal is to make you feel vital, inspired, and plugged into the future.
To provide new and alternative ways to leverage online content, social media activites and off-line activation programs to help increase visibility, engagement, and audience acquisition.
What are you and your competitors currently doing on and off-line? How might we further extend your brand promise, and distinguish your customer experience from competitors?
Our consumer engagement formula is part behind the scenes, part promotional, part product driven, and part curation, depending on your brand’s identity and existing assets.
Our collaborative brainstorm, ideation + brand strategy sessions are an opportunity for active co-creation; we will guide you through the metaphysical tides that will shape your on- and off-line future.
So confining. Don't you agree? We prefer loads of white space in which to envision and co-create, combined with the necessary grey matter to achieve great results.
Alaska by boat. Earl grey tea with milk. Estate sales. David Bowie. Walking the dog. Pianos. Books. Bangkok night market. Sayulita surf. Italian shoes. Happy hour. Homemade pie. Film noir.
They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.
There’s only one thing in life, and that’s the continual renewal of inspiration.
Craig: There's a tiny door in my office, Maxine. It's a portal and it takes you inside John Malkovich. Maxine: Sounds great! Who the f is John Malkovich?
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