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Who we look for

You’re smart – but success here requires something
more. 
It’s an intangible that keeps you on top of your
game, and us in front of the pack.

People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care — John C. Maxwell

  Passion: Declaring your passion is, if you will, somewhat passionless. At TribalVision, we’re not interested in just going through the motions. We define passion as a verb. Do you have the desire to put the client’s interests first, with the drive to do whatever it takes to realize their goals? Here, passion trumps even the most well thought out strategy – and that’s what sets TribalVision apart.
  Intelligence: Intelligence is more than just book smarts and a head full of facts and figures. In our world, it’s the ability to quickly get up to speed on the complex issues of diverse industries. To create solutions and strategies. To take the approach of total immersion. The TribalTeam is more than bright. We are critical, creative and collaborative thinkers who hone in on our clients’ pain points and work tirelessly to eliminate them.
  Likability: Forging and nurturing strong relationships is at the top of TribalVision’s priority list. We do it internally within our team, and externally with our clients. To us, likeability goes so much deeper than a pleasant demeanor. It requires developing a trust where clients feel comfortable calling us anytime, knowing we’ll pick up on the first ring and that we’ll always come through for them – in or out of a crunch! It’s about creating a rapport built on hard work, mutual respect and a deep concern for our client’s businesses.
  Curiosity: A desire to learn – about people, industries, technologies and the world – is one of the most valuable assets we offer our clients. By developing a kinetic understanding of the trends, data, emotions and motivations that drive today’s commerce, we deliver better counsel. The information-gathering phase carries heavy weight here. When we take on the marketing challenges of a new client, we don’t just ask a few canned questions and get to work. We dig deep, and often identify issues the client hadn’t even been aware of. The more we learn, the better our results.
  Leadership: Any marketing company can give clients what they want. TribalVision gives them what they need. Sometimes we need to tell clients uncomfortable truths; sometimes we even need to tell them they are wrong. Often, we’re called on to take control, identify problems, propose solutions and execute on those decisions. And sometimes we are called on to step in and act as an external marketing department. Succeeding in these situations takes more than just knowing what to do and how to do it—it takes leadership.