The Perfect Combination of Strategy, Messaging and Tactics
Often when one agency is hired to provide the brand strategy and messaging but another is asked to handle tactics, certain elements become lost in translation. The agency working on creative tactics may not understand or support the strategy and messaging of the other agency and may steer away from it.
If your business goes with this multiple agency model, you may start out in a direction you like, but then end up with something completely different.
The more agencies you work with, the more complex and time consuming coordination can become. By working with one agency, you can avoid the cost of delays, unnecessary communication, and often, redundant service fees.