The AdCode's speciality lies in the conception, design and development of human-centred campaigns as well as connecting ideas with the interactive potential of new-age media. The company follows a client-combined approach to create a marketing strategy that fits the client's need, budget and objectives. It does not believe in the concept of one-approach-fits-all
The AdCode combines strategy, design, digital, on-ground, experiential and social marketing solutions to create immersive brand marketing campaigns that connect at every touchpoint
An Edge over Others
As with the marketing landscape evolving rapidly, there are new products and trends coming up in the sector everyday that are enabling more efficient and effective work across all channels. Understanding this, The AdCode remains constantly up-to-date with these new tools and run reverse IP lookups to match a visitor with the company they work for. The company has come a long way since its inception and never hesitates to go over and above when it comes to fulfilling a client's requirement.
”The Adcode's speciality lies in the conception, design and development of human-centred campaigns as well as connecting ideas with the interactive potential of new-age media”
The Road Ahead
Grown from a self-funded startup to a to an organization that acts as a one-stop-shop for all the marketing requirements, The AdCode's journey was challenging where it took a proactive approach to present its value as strategists and not just vendors who are hired to execute a specific task or service. Currently, it aspires to double its size in the next two years and set its foot in the international market by starting operations in the USA. At present, it is successfully running its operations in Canada. "Our vision within the next five years is to substitute our client's marketing department with The AdCode. The goal is to become one of the largest marketing companies servicing all marketing aspects of the business world and acting as a pillar to anyone starting a business or has an on-going business," he says on a concluding note.