David Meyer

Sprockets Wrap Up

As summer’s closing (along with our sixth year of the Sprockets program), we thought it would be fun to tell you what (kickass, pro bono) work our interns have been doing for non-profits and start-ups.

September 18, 2018

For the uninitiated, Sprockets is our program where we hire (and yes, pay) interns to do work for start-ups and non-profits that could benefit from marketing help, but don’t necessarily (read: ever) have a marketing budget.

We’ve found that it’s been a great way to give back to the community, and give interns real-world experience that they can use to build their portfolio. Over the years, we’ve given interns a great experience and donated well north of $250,000 worth of work – helping start-ups grow (creating jobs) and non-profits further their mission to better our community.

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David Meyer

There are a lot of great story-tellers, but there aren’t enough story-understanders. When clients have trouble explaining a new value proposition, David can name that tune in fewer words than they imagined possible. When prospects come to us with a symptom, David asks the (sometimes hard) questions that get to the root of the problem. Then he solves it. After decades inaccount management and creative roles, David is able to bridge the gap between creatives and clients (and back). Oh, and he can tell stories, too.

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