No matter what happens, you’ll hate your PR agency. The good news? You’ll hate us less.
We help companies seeking to defeat the armies of darkness craft and spread their stories.
Based in Montreal and Vancouver, we offer an innovative pricing model that prioritizes output as opposed to time.
Lenin loved cats. However in a bit of commie idiocy he refused to name his, claiming the naming of pets was a bourgeois activity. We like cats and tech (and naming animals too). Maybe this is why, with our help, Footloose became the most funded pet product in Kickstarter history, raising $1.3 million.
Sophia the Robot
Given our desire to survive the tumultuous period when humans are enslaved by robot overlords, we eagerly took on the job of building and bolstering Sophia the Robot’s social media presence for Hanson Robotics. Given the results, we should avoid hard labour in the salt mines for at least a few months.
We love aviation and the way airplanes bridge divides. Perhaps that’s why we were a natural fit for PowerUp, who make a series of paper airplane drones. Thanks to our efforts these drones have spread to more places than Soviet made MiG-29s.
We hate the term “disruptive technology” as much as Kim Jong Il hated the phrase “We’re out of Hennessey.” (Though since he was the company’s biggest customer, he probably didn’t hear these words as often as we hear jackasses talk disruption). Sometimes, however, tech is game changing and merits the moniker. WAZER’s desktop waterjet fits the bill. We were honored to handle the PR for their million plus dollar Kickstarter effort.