As much as Bullhorn Creative strives to make cool stuff, they are just as interested in being a better, responsible company
According to Bullhorn Creative, a brand’s challenges are vital opportunities to rethink, rewire, and refresh. But for Bullhorn Creative, work isn’t just about the end product. It’s about how you do it.
In 2008, friends and neighbors Brad Flower and Griffin Van Meter started a full-service marketing agency together they called Bullhorn Creative. Their first major job consisted of selling beer out of the back of a box truck at an annual rave. After the rousing success of that event, they went on to put together events, ads, videos, and generally showy nonsense for various local businesses.
As much as Bullhorn Creative strives to make cool stuff, they are just as interested in being a better, responsible company doing rewarding work that is committed to their core tenets.
Empathy and Honesty: They care about each other and are open and honest as it builds trust amongst their team.
Dissatisfaction and Improvement: They aim to overcome the small things that cause friction, as overcoming obstacles lead to improvement.
Creativity and Decisiveness: The true enemy of creativity is indecision. Bullhorn Creative is willing to look stupid to come up with the best outcome.
Building off of these core values, Bullhorn Creative has become a Certified B Corporation, joining among the over 2,200 leaders of the global movement of people using business as a force for good.
Rooted in strategy, their branding process is widely applied across industries, scales, media, and needs. In short: They will still do anything. As long as it’s good work. For good people.
Listen in as Founding Partner Brad Flowers discusses the various ways in which Bullhorn Creative limits their environmental impact to better the world.