The CEOs and founders we partner with are the brainchildren behind their companies’ revenue-generating systems. Many of them are executing their strategies, from marketing to sales, all on their own or with a small support team.
When they find us . . .
These founders and CEOs know there must be a ton of opportunity hiding in their marketing departments that they simply don’t have bandwidth to find or execute themselves. With limited – or no – in-house resources available to identify and move on those opportunities, they spin their wheels executing the same strategies that have gotten them to where they are now. But they want to grow further, and faster, so they know it’s time to look outside their company to amplify their marketing strategy and achieve their goals.
They’re also highly sensitive to ROI when it comes to investing in an outsourced solution, so they’re only interested in hiring a marketing partner that actually gets results. And they’re ready to take off some of the generalist hats they’re wearing so they can go back to focusing on the parts of the business they love most and where they excel.
After Secret Sushi comes on board . . .
Our CEO clients are constantly surprised by how fast we’re able to get results for them. They love how quickly we tighten up their existing marketing activities and spool up new ones that lead to consistent, high-quality leads. Knowing they can hand off their marketing to a team they can trust to execute and get results is an enormous relief for them. When they get to ease back into doing what they love, what got them excited about starting their business in the first place, our team celebrates along with them.
But what we think they like best about working with us is knowing they have a real partner in their corner with their growth and goals as our top priority. They love having a team of experienced, cutting-edge marketing brains in the background spotting opportunities for them – especially ones that lead directly to increased revenue. (And when all that new revenue means they can finally give themselves a raise, they think that’s pretty cool, too.)