PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Sonja Skvarla and Scott Fish of Portland, Oregon announce a new partnership as they join forces to work with growing companies and founders to achieve their dreams.
"This partnership creates a well-rounded offering and allows us to bring the rigor to marketing that we have always taken to Culture, People and Workflow," Skvarla says of the new partnership's ability to work in all areas within a company. "Working with clients over the last 2 decades to drive sales/leads, there are improvements that can be made after the sale or lead arrives to a business. The ability to grow a business is centered around its people and the production process to deliver a product," Fish says, highlighting a reason for merging 32 degrees digital with the Off Road digital marketing agency.
The idea of coming together started over whiskey lunches, with both partners sharing their interests in the Marcus Lemonis principles of business, from NBC's The Profit.
Fish and Skvarla come together to accomplish more in their own partnership, and add depth to the strategies that clients experience. Growth-phase companies are fluid in how they work with a business consulting agency - requiring attention in 4 areas: People & Culture, Marketing, Workflow & Processes, and Finance. Off Road's unique approach paves a pathway for growing companies to reach their goals faster. "Making sure your product/service is placed well in the market and ensuring you have the efficiencies built in to make it profitable are essential; it can be hard to see the holes from the inside," says Skvarla.
Off Road's partners are building a new culture within their own company. They have identified a timeless and relevant value that they both hold in high regard – Love. "Ultimately we believe a business should exude love in all interactions, including the people that work at Off Road, and our clients," says Skvarla. "We work with creators and founders that love what they do and the product that they are building a company around," says Fish. Ron Moore, founder of SF Metalworks, a creator with passion, love, and vision says, "I hired Off Road to help write a simple business plan. As we began to talk, I realized they could help to shape our culture and workflows."
"The companies we work with are not just building one thing at a time," says Skvarla. "The work they do in each area of their company should connect intentionally with all others."
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