Marketing that scales
Modular is an acceleration team and growth partner that augments emerging tech companies with expert marketing strategy and implementation.
When you need to pivot your brand, better equip your sales team, or acquire and develop engaged customers, our team and solutions drive results.
model for marketing.
Modular designs and executes across your marketing levers, or builds out the systems and trains up your team to run them without us. We believe modular teams hyper-focused on growth are the future of marketing. (And so do our partners.)
Most companies need a more elastic approach to marketing than the traditional model. They don’t have the resources to build out a robust marketing team, or struggle to find, hire, onboard, and manage them — that’s where we come in.
We’ve worked with hundreds of startups and high-growth tech companies around the globe, augmenting their core team by building out the right positioning and channels to propel and sustain traction. We are not an agency, we’re an integrated partner.
Most startups have the same primary needs:
‣ launching products and finding market fit
‣ stacking their team with incredible talent
‣ proving an ROI
‣ expanding into new markets
‣ and the financial runway to make it happen
That’s why Modular focuses on
4 fundamental areas to help you meet them:
Finding the right positioning and developing a dominant brand
Filling the people gaps with a growth-obsessed team
Driving web traffic and sales leads with the right B2B and B2C content
Acquiring and retaining engaged customers
Who we've worked with.
Our global client base come from prestigious accelerators like TechStars, VC firm partners, as well as established brands in need of something new.
What people are saying.
Marketing that scales – from mediocre to amazing!”
Matt Hall, COO
By far one of the best I’ve worked with.”
Shastri Mahadeo, Cofounder & CEO
A natural gift for seeing the whole picture and combining actionable insights with content strategy.”
Joe Van Brussel, Director of Content
WP BrandStudio at the Washington Post