757 based digital marketing agency with a small team of strategists, designers & developers.
We work with entrepreneurs looking for an ethical approach to bringing their ideas to life and transforming their digital presence.
It's when all marketing activities adhere to core ethics principles, including integrity, humility, and honesty — both internally, and externally.
Here's 5 ways we implement it:
We help our clients leverage their unique value propositions instead of using fluff and lies to attract their potential clients.
We provide upfront itemized pricing so our client's know exactly what they're investing in.
We track our goals and meet regularly with our clients to ensure we are bringing value to their business.
We collaborate with our clients to optimize our strategy based on their needs instead of charging them for cookie-cutter efforts.
We value authenticity and would never pressure our clients into making investments that don't feel right to them.
Meet The Founders.
Tae was born in Japan, raised in South Korea, and grew up in RVA. He graduated from ODU with a B.S.B.A in International Business with a minor in Management and even studied at the most prestigious private university in South Korea, Yonsei University.
As our COO, Tae oversees all of the back end operations, turning our vision into actions and strategizes sustainable, long-term practices.
Danielle was born and raised in the 757 and graduated from ODU as Magna Cum Laude with two degrees in Business Management and Lifespan Communications. She figured out how to download Photoshop when she was 10-years old, and the rest is history!
Danielle is the Secretary of AIGA Hampton Roads and a member of the Elizabeth River Trail Marketing Committee.
Our Core Values.
When faced with difficult decisions, we choose to do the right thing, even when it requires our humility.
We set clear expectations and maintain open lines of communication between our team and our clients.
House of MKTG is welcoming of all genders, races, countries of origin, sexual orientations, religions, and abilities.
We build meaningful connections and recognize individual strengths in the pursuit of our collective goals.