How Ludvik + Partners Harnessed the Power of Crowdsourcing and Why You Should Harness the Power of Ludvik + Partners
The term “crowdsourcing” was coined by writer Jeff Howe in the June 2006 issue of Wired magazine. He was referring to loose networks made possible by new technologies that may consist of both amateurs and professionals joined to solve a problem.
While these are often ad hoc groups, Ludvik has taken crowdsourcing to what we believe is the next level. We are not an ad hoc group but a committed network of hundreds of experienced and highly talented art directors, creatives and account representatives from across the country. We’ve even got some eager beginners to round out the more experienced hands.
Interesting perhaps, but what’s it got to do with the advertising, promotion and marketing opportunities you face everyday?
We are uniquely qualified to expand your profile and sales dramatically with higher margins and lower overhead. Read that sentence a few more times and start to imagine what it would mean to you and your company.
Think of the best agency you’ve ever enjoyed working with. Now subtract the expensive Class A office space, the expense account lunches, the dead weight that nobody knows how to fire, the suits and the commutes and you’ll begin to understand Ludvik’s enormous advantage.
We’re not an ad agency. We create new ad agencies every day for each client’s unique needs and opportunities—matching their issues to the people best suited to solve them. When the job is done the team is dissolved, ready for new assignments.
Remember TV’s Mission Impossible? During the opening credits Jim Phelps went through his files to pick the best members of his team for the current mission. (They always consisted of the same costars but hey, it was television). Our teams really are the best of the best. Every time.