Matter is invested in helping creative innovators grow their businesses through strategic and focused brand management. Whether it is a refresh, a new venture, or you are just ready for a change--we will work with you to tell your story at maximum volume while considering consumer/audience experience and facilitating targeted collaborations and partnerships to keep your brand on track. Your voice is important and we want to make sure it is always on point.
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Matter is a creative studio dedicated to experiential design and creative direction offering full service event design, production and coordination. We work with artists, architects, graphic designers, and social media experts to create connective spaces that engage audiences in a meaningful way. We also facilitate partnerships and collaborations between like-minded brands to increase the volume of their efforts within the cultural landscape. Matter offers turnkey event production for pop-up and permanent locations in addition to experiential campaign development.
We have worked with some of the most respected global, national, and local brands to produced immersive and engaging experiences. From galas for contemporary art museums and nonprofits to intimate product launches we create experiences that encourage authentic relationship building with brands and their consumers. Our work with Blaffer Art Museum's annual gala was most recently recognized by BizBash as one of Spring 2016's most innovative event designs alongside some of the most prestigious annual events like the Met Ball.
Experiential marketing allows a brand to cut through the digital noise that has become overwhelming for audiences. Through pop-ups, brand activations, events, and installations; experiential campaigns engage individuals and encourage them to actively participate in the story of your brand by engaging as many of the five human senses as possible.
According to The Experience Economy 70% of consumers have purchased a product after visiting an experiential event, with 74% also going on to tell on average a further 5 people about the product. While 31% of consumers are very likely to recommend a product they had the opportunity to use, compared to 4% of consumers who had seen a product recommended via social media channels.
Numbers aside--Matter believes that a well-designed experience not only leaves audiences feeling valued and included in the culture of your brand but also contributes something meaningful to the community.