The Motion Agency

There is No Luck with Growth.


For the second year in a row, Motion has made Adweek’s list as one of the “Fastest Growing Agencies” in the world. This is on the heels of our appearance (#1174) on the Inc. 5000’s list of “Fastest Growing Companies” in 2020

The key to our growth is quite simple: amazing clients, strategic management, and great staff. While simple, we don’t take our growth lightly. It takes more than luck and we work hard at it every day.

We constantly seek to retain partnerships with clients who “get it” as much as we do. We walk away from clients who may not be a fit and we dig deep with those we choose to help achieve strategic milestones. Our client service is a huge hallmark of our success and in these challenging times, we have worked closely with our clients as their marketing and business needs are ever evolving. The result has been tremendous organic growth over the past 12 months.

Our agency management keeps evolving as well, getting smarter and smarter with each new hurdle. The saying “You can’t teach old dogs new tricks” doesn’t apply to Motion’s top brass as we challenge our conventional thinking on a regular basis. Never has this been more important than over the past year where we’ve led a shift in the agency brand, developed internal protocols for working from home and retuning to work and innovated how we communicate agency news including client wins and financial updates.

Lastly, our great staff keeps everything high energy. In a time when inspiration and motivation could easily wane, our team has been resilient and steadfast in their commitment to elevate each other, making us a better agency at the end of the day. From Thirsty Thursday Social Hours, to virtual brainstorms and community involvement, we are a team through and through. The result is a passion for the work we do and the people we are doing it with.

I mentioned in an August blog that “Anything is possible.” When there is effort and success in in all three factors, growth is possible, even in the hardest of times.