Nearly two years after its official launch in the UK and having gotten a few achievements under its belt, The Tiny Studio threw its hat in the ring for a chance to win a share of £1M in prizes from Virgin Media Business' #VOOM2018 initiative (read more here).
The Tiny Studio joined the VOOM competition together with over 3,500 businesses this year and whilst it hasn't qualified for the finals on this occasion, the team is more than eager to finesse the studio's strategy for next year's competition and come up with a more compelling pitch. Keep your fingers crossed for us!
The competition and voting took place on social media platforms.
Why The Tiny Studio?
We think it’s amazing how startups need to raise awareness of their product and service offering more than anything, yet they tend to be the organisations that struggle to do that most at first, due to lack of market expertise or funds.
These organisations’ most dangerous enemy isn’t its competitors, it’s time. followed by the noise from all the numerous roads in front of them - including marketing possibilities.
The Tiny Studio cuts through the noise and brings startups face to face with a global highly-skilled workforce and a hand-picked team that is selected according to your requirements on a project-by-project basis. We take the strategic marketing and branding weight off our clients' shoulders regardless of the location, language requirements or time zones of their businesses. In return for this work, our clients get a job well done by best-in-class strategists, copywriters, developers, designers or UX architects that are specially selected to suit the clients' individual needs.
The Tiny Studio’s vision (and logo for that matter) is anything but small - we aim to be the world’s most sustainable marketing platform for founders and entrepreneurs looking to build their brands and businesses at affordable costs, with the help of a global and highly-skilled creative workforce as and when they need it most.
Once we vanquished time, competitors will look like a game, because our clients will have added hours of output to every employee’s day, allowing them to focus on being creative and innovating even more.
Why a Voom Pitch?
Voom Pitch started as Pitch to Rich in 2012, consisting of just 60 pitches. Renowned entrepreneur and proliferator of the Virgin brand Richard Branson has been involved from the start and since then it has grown into an annual event that attracts thousands of entries.