TV is too expensive. TV ads take ages to produce. TV isn’t for my brand. If you’re a founder, Head of Growth or Marketing Manager at a scaling brand and you’ve thought any or all of these things then read on.
°Small World and ITV AdVentures have partnered up to show you how to take your brand from 0 to TV in the shortest time possible. Want to learn how to do this? Download this webinar below and learn everything you need to know from strategy, media planning, creative, production and measurement.
If you’ve ever wanted to see how brands like RedLeg Rum, Butternut Box and Smol took their brands to TV for the first time then this is your chance.
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About °Small World
°Small World is the agency that build scaling brands the °Small Way. Satisfying small teams of world-class creatives that help you scale your brand at speed. Having worked with the likes of FitFlop, RedLeg Rum, LinkedIn and Inner Circle they are experts at helping brands cross the chasm into the mainstream.
Dan Salkey is the founder and head of strategy at °Small World. He’s worked with the likes of adidas, Peloton, Chelsea Football Club and Nissan. His real passion sits with challenger brands which is why he started °Small World. Between his podcast °Small Talk, his regular speaking appearances and the work he does at the agency he lives and breathes challenger branding.
About ITV AdVentures
ITV AdVentures is the broadcaster’s commercial incubator and venture capital arm. Offering consistent support to each partner – whether they’re beginning their TV journey via the ‘Ignite’ matched funding programme, or looking to scale quickly via the ‘Invest’ media for equity programme.
Callum Taylor is the Business Controller for ITV AdVentures, the broadcaster’s commercial incubator for startup & scaleup brands. Having worked closely with both major and independent media agencies across his career, he now focuses on helping AdVentures partners to execute effective TV campaigns – delivering both short and long term results.