Marketing in PDX: Meet Pollinate

Meet Portland marketing agency Pollinate
The folks at Portland marketing agency Pollinate are first and foremost business problem solvers.

Whatever your company’s marketing goal, Pollinate has the diverse skill set to tackle it. You won’t find a one-size-fits-all approach here. If customization is becoming the name of your industry’s game, Pollinate’s creative intelligence can deliver those individually tailored engaging experiences to your customers. Bonus: the folks here make some mean waffles…but only on Wednesdays.

Quick Facts About Pollinate

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In Portland Since: 2008# of Employees: 35

# of Employees Who Bike to Work: 11

# of Four-Legged Employees: 3

What We Do Here:
We are a full service marketing agency founded on creative intelligence.A desk at Portland marketing agency Pollinate

3 Characteristics We Look for in Potential Clients:

  1. Great people.
  2. Big creative challenge.
  3. Results driven.

Our Clients Love Us Because:
We’re their best ally. Since our first cold call we’ve had 97% client retention.

Most Interesting Physical Thing in Our Office:
Our Octopus Diver mural.

Octopus mural at Portland marketing agency Pollinate

Most Favored Food Truck:
808 (Killer Hawaiian food)

Company Mantra:
Grab a shovel…

The #1 Thing We Love About Portland:
The food.

Waffle Wednesday at Portland marketing agency Pollinate

Waffle Wednesday at Pollinate

Want to know more about Waffle Wednesday and how Pollinate’s creative intelligence can help your brand? Then start a conversation with them. Already had the pleasure of working with Pollinate? Then review that exceptional work on Agency Spotter!

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Claire Wallace