Agencies describe themselves in 140 characters

Too often, the essence of a brand can get lost behind a wall of words.

Mantras and mission statements are nice, but a tweet might be the best way to distill a company’s essence down to the basics. So we asked agencies — brand-builders themselves — how they’d describe their companies in 140 characters or less. Then we did them the favor of mocking up a tweet for them.

Got any we missed? Tweet at us.

Huge
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Anomaly

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GSD&M

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BBDO

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Droga5

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Deutsch

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Ogilvy

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Venables Bell and Partners

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Mekanism

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TBWA/Chiat/Day New York (via CEO Rob Schwartz)

BBH

Distillery Project

180 Los Angeles

Bernstein Rein

David & Goliath

M&C Saatchi Mobile

Rosetta

Team One

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