Events for events sake no longer cut it in today’s world of experiential marketing. Enter Peppercommotions, the strategic event marketing arm of Peppercomm. Peppercommotions combined strategic events and integrated communications expertise to deliver experiences that build brands, create industry buzz and address your bottom line. In a way, reinventing eventing.
Whether a small private events, a three day corporate meeting, sponsorship activation or a cross country marketing program, Peppercommotions approaches events in three distinct ways: we understand the importance of tying your strategic position to events – online and off; we deliver communication synergies across disciplines; and we use a proprietary methodology to measure results of each investment and tie it back to overall strategy.
We also know that today, building brands is less about talking to and more about talking with – and this applies to consumers and media alike. We work with our clients to not only create a customer brand experience on and offline, but to integrate it with an aggressive communications strategy that targets traditional and non-traditional media. Leveraging over ten years of Peppercomm strategic communication history, not only do we know media and know to reach them, we understand the importance of tying a client’s strategic position to their events, and how to create brand awareness and visibility through events and sponsorships.
And we pay attention to the details because we understand the importance of executing flawless events. This includes everything from travel and registration to catering, content development and entertainment. For better or worse, events can make a lasting and spreadable impression on consumers, employees, customers, industry association representatives and media.
Past and current Peppercommotions clients include a mix of Fortune 500 corporations, and mid-sized and small companies – this includes a range from T.G.I. Friday’s to Tyco, from Whirlpool Corporation to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and from the American Beverage Association to Slipstream Sports.