MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwire) -- 03/27/13 -- K3 Media, an web agency specializing in the strategic creation, design and development of advanced web solutions, and Revolver 3, an agency dedicated to interactive marketing and e-business, are merging their operations to create a new agency that will offer integrated digital marketing and communications services. The two agencies combine their expertise to build a unique offer based on an innovative vision of digital commerce; this approach will lead to increasingly better-performing multi-platform strategies for existing and future clients.
K3 Media's solid technological foundation, combined with Revolver 3's proven skills in digital creativity and marketing, will offer clients three major areas of expertise capable of developing and deploying highly efficient digital strategies: creativity driven by in-depth knowledge of consumer needs, business intelligence and cutting-edge technological tools.
"At K3 Media, we were inspired by recent shifts in the market to implement important changes that will prepare us to face the coming challenges," explained Mathieu Belanger, President, K3 Media. "Our proven governance and the addition of key associates will contribute to the achievement of new business goals, while our renewed energy will certainly motivate our clients and encourage the best talents to move their career forward by joining our team."
"This merger is made in the context of a rapidly migrating market, in which technology is at the heart of marketing strategies and campaigns, and as business intelligence and predictive analytics are becoming more and more influential," confirmed Stephane Dumont, President, Revolver 3. "Clients now expect to get everything they need from one place - and that's what we will offer them."
This merger seems virtually destined, as both agencies were founded on almost the same day 10 years ago. Their complementary strengths and the reputation of both provide a solid base upon which to build future growth and position the new agency as a strong player in the growing digital commerce field.
A new name and branding will be developed and employees will be moved to a new office space. The new agency will have Mathieu Belanger as President, with Stephane Dumont as Associate Vice President.
K3 Media and Revolver 3 have already started working on projects together and their clients - existing and future - will no doubt greatly benefit from the broader expertise and increased delivery capability generated by this merger.
About K3 Media
Since 2002, K3 and its multidisciplinary team has serviced brands with its web expertise and solutions. Our guiding principles are curiosity, innovation and adaptability. Located in Montreal's Old Port, we are at the heart of a dynamic city, strong with creative potential. We are firmly motivated by the projects you propose to us. Your project becomes our project, our team becomes your team. Loyal, we focus on the excellence of our services to build long term business relationships. For more information, please go to: http://www.k3media.com.
About Revolver 3 and Emotional Commerce
Revolver 3 is an agency specializing in interactive marketing and e-business. Since it was founded in 2002, Revolver 3 has developed extensive insight into online consumer behaviour, which led to the development of its unique Emotional Commerce approach. This methodology enables better management of the user's purchase process using guidelines that are customized for each business. Emotional Commerce boosts revenues, whether you sell online or not. Visit www.revolver3.com for more details.
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