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Engine East can solve your problem. We start by getting to the root of the problem through research, establish a plan to attack by laying out a multi-channel strategy, then we engage by employing creative execution, measurement and monitoring.

Engine East has helped many clients with many problems:

B2B billing software company needs a new website, realizes it also needs an internal rebranding and Social Media primer.

Major online retailer launches it’s own technology product, needs help teaching people how to use it, to keep support calls down.

European sports brand misfires it’s US launch, needs help reintroducing it’s brand by using a flagship product.

Seasonal product manufacturer needs help selling it’s pricey product, finds it needs a brand perception overhaul as well.

Private college needs a new website, finds that a new student portal helps students connect before they even step foot on campus.

Cable network finally blocks overseas pirates from stealing it’s feed. Now it needs to market to them.

Major multi-network brand launches broadband video platforms, sales people can’t connect to them when meeting affiliate CMOs, gets them bundled up for travel.

Cable, phone and Internet provider decides to laser target customers based on nationality, needs to speak their language and address their culture.

Startup launches with a major client already in the bag, uh-oh, they have no logo, no collateral, no website!

Racy cable network needs commercial spots to sell their content, without showing it.

Apparel company wants to share it’s 100 year history, but only has seconds to do it.

These are just a few of the challenges our clients have faced, and Engine East has been there to help them overcome. What are your challenges?

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