It's happening. Finally. For years HCM marketing has been building up to absolute disruption, and marketers can barely hold it together. HCM has the bug. Are you ready for InfluenceHR 2017?
When you buy a business solution, you’re drawing from the full spectrum of your life experience. You are, after all, human. And like all humans, you’re irrational, passionate, complex — equal parts hope and fear.
The Starr Conspiracy embraces the humanity in business to build brands that have emotional resonance. We’re more than a global business-to-business marketing agency. We’re a movement that’s changing the way technology companies view themselves, their customers, and the world.
You can’t do that kind of work if you’re built like a conventional agency. You need to fuse advertising, technology, and advisory services in new ways — ways that defy categorization. You need to build new models — models that challenge the old-school agency structures.
That’s what we’re doing at The Starr Conspiracy. And it’s working.
The Starr Conspiracy is all about transparency and truth. Imagine that combination — from a marketing agency! We’re constantly monitoring how our employees and clients feel and how our Agile process is working. The proof is positive.
|The Starr Conspiracy’s Net Promoter Score for the current month, as of this Monday||The Starr Conspiracy’s Employee Net Promoter Score for last week||The number of story points in the Agile method we burned through last month|
The Starr Conspiracy creates efficiency and velocity in sales and marketing by helping clients intentionally attract buyers who share their attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs.
The Starr Conspiracy delivers growth-oriented strategies, research, and advisory services that increase market share and build profitability through accessible and well-crafted insights and guidance.
The Starr Conspiracy Tech Unit increases business velocity for enterprise software companies with technology-driven solutions for marketing, sales, and product development — at the speed of right.
The true failure points for startups in the HCM tech segment are less obvious than a lack of money and poor product quality.
Download our latest Lightpaper®, “Why HCM Tech Startups Fail,” and receive a breakdown of the patterns we have witnessed time and time again that cause many startups to lose their way and end up in the junk pile.