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Make your marketing measurable.

We operate under a simple process, driven by strategy, performance, and metrics. From small to large, profit and non-profit, we’re proud to share our success stories.

We provide Metrics-Driven Marketing that shapes the trajectory of your organization's growth and success.
Culture

The three pillar philosophy that drives our work.

  • Education

    We believe in constantly educating ourselves so that we can pass on that knowledge to our clients. Together we can work to effectively engage with the right audiences in the most relevant manner possible, within the ever-changing digital space.

  • Metrics

    We believe that marketing in today’s world should be measurable. Your metrics should align with the goals you’ve set for your organization, and they should demonstrate a return on your marketing investment.

  • Conversation

    We believe the most effective marketing is driven by conversation. Beyond that, regular conversations are what drive collaboration and effective relationships between Symposia and our clients.

Philosophies are only as strong as the values that uphold them.
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Learn

An educated organization is a stronger organization.

We believe that if you fully understand the strategy and goals of marketing in the digital world, you will be a stronger organization, company, business. This is why we create educational opportunities and resources for anyone who wants to learn more.

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Reviews

I am constantly impressed with Symposia's experience, knowledge and passion for marketing. After every consultation we have come away with concrete actionable steps that have increased our web traffic. They have the incredible ability to research and understand your product and story.

Adam Weiler

Director of Social Enterprise, Michigan Center for Arts and Technology