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What we believe

You have to unlearn in order to re-learn

Without realizing it, we often bring our own background, beliefs, and experiences into challenges. This means we end up arriving at solutions that are based on our own perspective. In order to get to solutions which truly resonate, we must first set our own biases aside.

 

Understanding the consumer is not enough

Our target can at times be unreliable sources of insight. And that is because consumers aren’t always able to articulate why they make the decisions they make, why they choose the brands they choose, etc. That’s why our obsession with consumer centricity usually leads us to more of the same instead of something truly breakthrough. 

Small ideas have as much value as big

Our industry’s traditional devotion to the big idea can sometimes diminish our ability to appreciate the power of reframes over revolutions. Yet small nudges are often even more effective at driving behavioural change. That’s why we take time to understand the full context - both the barriers that may hinder us as well as the levers that can propel us. 

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