Tired of the churn and burn approach that most digital agencies take, we were adamant that there was a more balanced way to do things. While our clients’ interests are at the forefront of our mind, we still hold a strong belief that to get the best results, it’s important to have a life outside of the office. So Clicktribe was born.
We’re obsessed with helping businesses grow with online tools. Inside our office, we’ve created an environment where we can hang out every day, drink lots of quality coffee and do what we’re good at (minus the corporate vibe).
Things we encourage at Clicktribe:
She’s mastered the vast landscape of online marketing through various stints at agencies, startups and freelancing. But her passion for more led to Clicktribe, naturally. She’s keen to help businesses grow, and uses unique strategies and tools to do so.
Here’s a cheat sheet to PK:
Has a coffee addiction rivalled only by her coffee snobbery. Long blacks are her poison
Must put chilli on everything
He started off his professional career as an engineer… not for him. But he did love the idea of scaling businesses online and using marketing to influence people, which is lucky for us, because digital marketing became his new thing. A swift and keen learner, he pursued his passion and now obsessively works on growing Clicktribe (and using every trick in the book to get leads and sales for his clients).
Here’s a cheat sheet to Mitch:
A fervent admirer of Kombucha (fermented tea). He claims it’s his favourite drink. He remains adamant this does not make him a hippy
Once cycled through France and Spain
He started his career in the finance industry, so brings a unique set of skills to Clicktribe. Making the move to digital marketing, his number-crunching prowess comes in real handy when superseding those business goals you’re setting for yourselves. Plus, he’s crazy creative, so combined with his analytical aptitude, you’ll get awesome campaigns that, put simply, succeed.
Here’s a cheat sheet to Tom:
Loves an adventure holiday. He’s skied in Japan, New Zealand and the USA; he surfed in Costa Rica and Nicaragua; he crossed the Colombian border scuba diving; and he once rode down an Olympic track in a four-man bobsled. James Bond, who?
When not exercising, he can usually be found watching or talking about sport