Located in the heart of downtown, Sq1 Portland resides in the historic Police Headquarters building. While holding fast to the unified company structure that is Sq1, the Portland office feeds off of the energy of all the things that make Portland unique — Bacon sprinkled doughnuts, green initiatives and bicycle friendliness to name a few.
When we're not hard at work, we jump at the chance to get out and play. In under an hour, we can be hiking in the forest, skiing down a mountain, relaxing at the beach, or enjoying a pint at one of Portland's many breweries. Our weather is legendary - it could be raining one minute, but by the time you order lunch from one of our food carts (there are hundreds), the sun is shining again. There's never a dull moment here.
There are plenty of creative agencies in Portland. We chose Sq1 because they apply their data-driven conversion optimization methodology across the entire marketing strategy to drive maximum ROI.
Loren Shaw, Marketing Director
Sq1 not only provided sound strategy and compelling creative. They provided real world results. Simply look at our sales and you can see the value they bring to our business.
Cheryl Fink, VP of Marketing
We needed a marketing partner that could hit the ground running quickly. Their analysts and technology gave them the edge to do this and help us increase our existing business and enter new markets.
Rick Peterson, Director of Consumer Products
As if there weren’t already enough reasons to say TGIF. Every Friday, we invite our staff to bring in their furry pals to the office. It’s a tail-wagging good time for the whole team.
It’s nice to have a quiet place to work amidst the liveliness of our office. Our quiet room is a headphones-only environment where staff can get work done in silence, when needed.
What agency is complete without beer on tap?
Here’s what we’re pouring up this month:
Square Mile Cider
Widmer Hefe Hopfruit
Lion Heart Hero's Blend & Beets Kombucha
Portland has more micro-breweries than any other city in the world.
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