BaM Unveils VR Experience for Riley Hospital for Children
The new VR patient’s room will be a tool to help Riley Children’s Foundation’s fundraising efforts
Agency receives honor for imagining and creating a more progressive brand for Chase Private Client’s Arts and Culture Program.
The brands that inspire loyalty provide more than just great products—they become part of a customer’s identity, create inclusive communities, and build bonds with customers that are hard for competitors to replicate.
This summer, BaM is proud to have six new faces joining the team in our Indy office. We love the energy, enthusiasm and ideas that these creative thinkers bring. Please join us in welcoming them to our team!
In a category among agency giants like Saatchi & Saatchi, our Xbox Holiday Sweater Campaign was nominated and won the award for Best Social Campaign, demonstrating the perfect mix of audience insight, creative innovation and execution excellence.
As tech companies continue to get bigger, become more prevalent, and hold more influence over our daily lives, their developer conferences nearly reach a festival vibe of excitement for their attendees and the surrounding area. Facebook’s recent F8 developer conference in San Jose was no exception and we’ve still got chills from the fantastic time we had there.
Today’s successful brands aren’t the cheapest or the sexiest. They’re the ones with meaning. This “meaning” isn’t defined by a single campaign. Instead, it’s created over time from a consistent strategy that transforms a brand into a symbol of identity.
One of our favorite events of the year is the Indy Film Fest & Lodge Design Bigger Picture Show - an event that focuses on highlighting the creative and design talent of the Indianapolis community paired with the celebration of cinema.
Virtual reality can be used in a lot of scenarios. We’re using it to check in with the future.
Facebook and Twitter have both announced efforts to make advertising more transparent to the public, and frankly it’s about time. While this a great first step for Facebook and Twitter to win back public trust, how does the removal of “dark posts” impact brands and agencies?