SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- Propane Studio, a leading independent digital agency based in San Francisco, is launching a series of informed articles and whitepapers in an effort led by founder and director of strategy, Neil Chaudhari.
With the goal to elevate Propane's role in industry thought leadership, Propane aims to produce and publish a series of articles on subjects closely connected to the work experience of the agency, including creating impacting business solutions for brands.
Beginning with a piece on marketing intelligence for companies -- the piece titled Leveraging Marketing Technology to Form a Synergy-Generating Ecosystem is directed towards marketing departments and directors looking to enhance their marketing processes internally. The piece touches on current trends within marketing intelligence products, and includes an informed review of some of the leading products in the industry.
About Propane Studio
Propane Studio, one of the fastest growing independent agencies with offices in San Francisco and New York, fuels a roster of memorable brands that span a broad range of categories. Clients include Audi, Intel, 7 For All Mankind, Hitachi, Intuit, Kaiser Permanente, Macy's, Men's Wearhouse, Pandora and Sega. Founded in 2003, Propane is home to some of the most experienced brand and technology specialists in the industry -- pioneers in the design and development of first generation web, social and mobile solutions, as well as dozens of campaigns that have earned recognition and numerous awards from Communications Arts, BAFTA and The Webbys.
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