Rogues get a bad rap. When you put “Rogue” it into a dictionary the definition includes a dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel. The definition of a Rogues Gallery is a collection of photos of known criminals, used to identify suspects.
Um, who would want that to be their business name?
We do! And you do too. Trust us.
The definition of Going Rogue is to cease to follow orders; to act on one's own, usually against expectation or instruction. To pursue one's own interests.
Think about how many times a likeable bad guy had you rooting for him in a movie? It’s always the shit-disturber, the underdog, you want to see break big business. You know, the bare-footed, drummer Christian Bale in the Big Short, Julia Roberts in her push-up bra, kicking ass and standing up against a giant company in Erin Brockovich, or Tom Cruise who has a moral epiphany and starts his own sports agency with only one client in Jerry Maguire.
We all remember “Show me the money,” and “You complete me,” but in the mission statement the character Jerry writes is all about doing better for his clients by working harder for fewer of them. He went completely Rogue and was a success for it.
Going rogue is exactly we want to be known for.
Doing it different
Working in an office was killing Sid, sitting in a chair all day was hurting his back, helping him gain weight. I wasn’t creative in an office, the same routine day in and out - even with my puppy by my side - it left me cold. We were stagnating. We left cushy jobs, the status quo, 9-5 and all that behind to do something completely different than anyone else.
How we do
We don’t want to bill by the hour - let’s figure out your needs and budget and help you find your audience. We work for clients we care about, and do work we’re really excited about. We don’t want an office, because our work can be done anywhere - including in your office.
We’re telling stories, showing not selling, and making your business successful. Want to do it differently?