Sometimes it’s nice to have a sidekick

Marketing organizations have never been tasked with so much - build brand while driving performance. lift internal skills. discover new methods of distribution. shift data upstream.inhouse services , but which ones? We like to think of it as putting together a new marketing OS. It can be a challenge to know where to start.

That's where we come in.  

Sunday Dinner is a consultant that sits alongside marketing teams to create a roadmap on ways we can win -  devising workshops to crack marketing approaches and designing ways that we can take advantage of modern partnerships along the way.

Putting the think tank process to work

We like to work differently. Sunday Dinner runs workshops and think tank processes to help to crack an upstream business challenge in a new way. We play the role of orchestrator - driving strategy, curating external inputs, and bringing together cross functional leaders from an organization to explore solutions in a collaborative format. Because, all boats rise.

History has proven that when the right people sit around the same table, at the right time, amazing things happen. Ideas are generated.  Plans are hatched.  Projects are started. Dollars are better spent. Relationships are built. Beautiful stories are told. 

Our secret sauce: Our talent relationships

We've spent the past 15 years honing a network of best-in-class partners. We take pride on knowing the ins and outs of agencies, studios, publishers, and unique specialists with diverse disciplines.  We work with our network in two ways - 1) we tap it for our think tanks and workshops  2) we advise clients on how to design modern partnerships and engagements with the new talent economy.  

Lindsey Slaby, Founder, Sunday Dinner, discusses how the next $50 Billion will come from new kinds of thinking disrupting legacy agency models, at the 2016 Annual Leadership Meeting in Palm Desert, CA.
   Advertising Week 2017 Agency of the Future: Becoming the CMO’s Secret Weapon    The role of the modern CMO is dynamic and complex. However, despite the lack of consistent responsibilities and expectations, one truth reigns: to deliver business value and secure their seats in the C-suite, CMOs must find a trusted partner that can creatively support any and all of their unique objectives. A mix of agency and brand leaders will discuss how ad agencies can address the critical need to diversify their offerings and carefully build agencies designed to support the dynamic role of the modern CMO.

Advertising Week 2017
Agency of the Future: Becoming the CMO’s Secret Weapon


The role of the modern CMO is dynamic and complex. However, despite the lack of consistent responsibilities and expectations, one truth reigns: to deliver business value and secure their seats in the C-suite, CMOs must find a trusted partner that can creatively support any and all of their unique objectives. A mix of agency and brand leaders will discuss how ad agencies can address the critical need to diversify their offerings and carefully build agencies designed to support the dynamic role of the modern CMO.


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