We believe in the power of talent and passion.
Our goal is to foster an environment where our team and clients aren’t afraid to step out on the edge of greatness and take calculated risks to achieve the things they never thought possible.
Because of this goal, our culture looks a little something like this:
We’re an office of strategic creatives.
Strategy and creativity? Those aren’t two words that usually go together, but that’s the best way to describe our team. Whether our design department is creating something beautiful or our editorial department is crafting eloquent content, our team understands that their work means nothing unless it benefits a client’s marketing strategy.
We always go with the best idea, no matter who suggests it.
We have staff members with decades of marketing experience and college interns who may have been here for five minutes. During brainstorming and strategy meetings, hierarchy doesn’t matter. Our goal is to help small businesses thrive, and that means putting egos aside, taking the best ideas, and running with them.
God calls all of us to serve others.
Whether it’s serving clients with our marketing, strategy, design, and copywriting skillsets or volunteering in the Lafayette, Indiana community, we believe God has given us talents, skills, and abilities to serve others.
We know professional development is important.
In our industry, things can change overnight. A new social media platform could come out; Google could change how it ranks websites; or Facebook may change its algorithm. Our team regularly attends conferences, takes online classes, and maintains HubSpot and Storybrand marketing certifications. By making professional development a priority, we stay ahead of trends, which helps us better serve our clients.
Your family shouldn’t come second to your career.
Before starting Treefrog, Kelly worked at her fair share of marketing agencies that expected staff to put their jobs before family, friends, and everything else. At Treefrog, family comes first. Staff never have to worry about being reprimanded for taking time to be with their families. We often even have little ones and dogs (if they don’t shed) running around the office.