We take a broader view of companies and the concept of an Entire Brand Experience - where all the touch-points (product development, management, marketing, employee relations, customer service, etc.) are consistent and connected. Scarlet Strategic provides both advisory and "boots on the ground" services to entities of all sizes across multiple verticals to quickly ramp up internal expertise on all forms of management, marketing, business development, content development, product development and change management. Scarlet Strategic's consulting services leverage over two decades within the creative and marketing industry to bring an inventive and unique perspective that augments any business' DNA to effectively launch, build or streamline a product/service cost-effectively. Headed by Jonathan Tavss, Scarlet Strategic has been a recognized leader in extending the brand experience or essence and successfully increasing production/revenue through meaningful engagement with internal players, consumers and partners for its varied global clients.

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Not only a solid tech development for Comic Books – an opportunity for more compelling Storytelling.

Google has developed new functionality to simplify comic book consumption on small devices - something that has been a challenge due to the dynamic way in which comic books and graphic novels are laid out. [...]

5 Facts That Affect GREAT Social

Holiday Inn Express has just gotten past the hump of their nine city, SelfiePancake Express truck tour and there's already a few pieces of learning to be gained from this strong social content event. Signing [...]

The Best Brand Social Communication

Far too many brands fail by using social as arms of their PR team - where they announce and tell rather than join in a conversation. The reality is that probably less than 10% are [...]

The Path to Success In The Face Of Ad-Blocking Technology

Many publishers and planners alike are lamenting the adoption of ad-blocking technology and the growth in its use by consumers. Even with the race to the lower end of costs per impression/action/conversion/whatever, there are strong [...]