Pro Motion Experiential
We built a system that is repeatable with clients in most industries. The system gets results and breaks your brand through the clutter in the marketplace and gets your brand the attention and relevance it deserves. So, when we are not winning awards (just won another Pro Award), we are creating programs that drive results for our clients. You see, our goal is to make our clients rock stars. No, we don't teach them to play the guitar, we deliver brand experiences that make our clients look so good many of them get promoted.
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You have options when picking an experiential marketing agency to work with. Here is why Pro Motion stands out!
Check out the snapshot of our Pro Award winning campaign with KaBOOM! and Target!
Pro Motion is a leading B2B Experiential Marketing Agency in Event Marketing and Vehicle Integrations to promote your brand & products with experiences.
Engage your consumers where they live, work, play, and shop.
Sampling programs are a great way to get your product in the hands of your consumers.
18405 EDISON AVENUE
St Louis, Missouri 63005
- - B2B Roadshows/Events
- - Events and Pop Up Shops
- - Mobile Vehicle Tours
- - Sampling/Street Teams
- - Event Talent
- - Social Amplification
- - Creative, Original, and
- Branded Content
- - Strategy/Consulting
- - Measurable ROI
If you have taken a look at our previous two blog posts about mobile roadshows, you might be forgiven for thinking, “Wait, isn’t this just a dressed up version of field sales?” In fact, there are some similarities between the two.
In a recent blog, we wrote about what the world of experiential marketing might look like in a post-Covid-19 world. In some parts of the world, including parts of the U.S., restrictions are lifting and people are able to gather in person again...
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Traditional-style B2B trade shows were the best thing for companies to network in their respective industries. However, B2B trade shows showed a decline in participation by the end of 2016 and during 2020 we are not sure when crowds can form again.
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If you are eager to jump on the experiential marketing bandwagon, you will need to understand what experiential marketing is, how your brand can benefit from it, and how you can integrate it into your marketing strategy.
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Experiential marketing doesn’t look like it’s losing popularity. 91% of consumers say they have more positive feelings about a brand after attending experiences, and 65% of brands report that experiential programs are directly related to sales.
We can give you a bunch of reasons why your B2B brand should be using experiential marketing to stand out in the crowd. But why listen to us when you can listen to our happy clients?
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Do you ever find yourself looking at lists like these and thinking, “my brand will never have the budget or technology to compete with those stunts”? You do have the budget, learn more about practical creativity and experiential marketing.