I was recently talking to a new business prospect who proudly said, “What really makes us unique is that we offer something for everyone.” To most, these aren’t fighting words, but to a marketer who specializes in helping brands rise to the challenge, it’s the kind of declaration that makes me want to flip over the table.
Unless you’re alone at the top of your business category, you’re likely battling giants of some kind. You’re a challenger, playing from a position behind the dominant leaders in your industry.
Join Austin AdFed on Tuesday, April 4th to hear from Door Number 3's Prentice Howe on how to embrace your challenger-ability in order to change the game, gain market share and topple giants.
President of Door Number 3, Prentice Howe is featured in EO Austin's member spotlight.
Door Number 3 has promoted Zach Cochran from media director to vice president of media, taking on a larger leadership role.
CEOCFO Magazine sits down with Owner and Executive Creative Director of Door Number 3, Prentice Howe to discuss what it means for a brand to embrace their challenger-ability.
Door Number 3, an Austin marketing agency known for advising companies on branding moves, recently focused its creative powers on its own identity, relocating across Austin and creating a new brand.
CapMetro—with help from Austin ad agency Door Number 3 —kicked off its “Two Timer” ad campaign that has actors and local personalities urging commuters to use public transit twice a week.
Door Number 3, an ad agency in Austin said they went through several iterations before deciding on the “Fashionably Early” theme. And, yeah, if it’s a bit of a head-scratcher, says President Prentice Howe, but that’s fine by him.
The Austin-based indie agency Door Number 3 brings a quirky worldview to places you'd least expect it.
After twenty years of success, Door Number 3 agency founder, MP Mueller, is walking out the door she hinged, excited for the agency’s future and her next chapter.
Door Number 3 advertising and branding agency of Austin has undergone a leadership change, with founder MP Mueller stepping aside after 20 years and turning the agency over to former executive creative director Prentice Howe.