We like to get out and about and not just stick our noses in front of a computer screen and call it a day. There are many ways in which you can get your message out without a computer. Yes this use to happen back in the good old days, and yes it still works. Trade shows, art shows, parties, social events are all great ways of getting advocates to help share your message via social media and by mouth. We've helped to create event based social media campaigns that not only grow, but retain followers. All you need is great branding, a good idea and an outgoing team and the rest is as good as done. Want to set up an event with us? [rev_slider Teaser]
There should always be a give back statement in any company's mission statement. However the Emanata puts that in their business plan. We started off in the humanitarian aid side of things and since can say that that made us who we are. Our mission is to help non profit organizations and humanitarian causes align themselves alongside current commercial markets to make the best impact they can. The human struggle is alive and real and should not be second class to a product or a purchase. We have worked with many non-profit status organizations and have been able to find the funding they need to make their campaigns an expression of their vision.
The above illustration are various forms of an emanata. Text or icons that represent what’s going on in the character’s head. Examples: ? to indicate confusion ZZZ to indicate sleeping light bulb to indicate an idea @$%#$ to indicate anger Emanata are different from motion or speed lines, which indicate that a character is moving. For us we choose to use the term emanata as an expression of creative design in marketing. The expression of a company, person or organization to express emotion or to indicate an idea. We thought it was a pretty cool word. Plus there is not a lot of websites out there with that name so it just made sense. The Emanata