“What’s with the shrimp?” A fair question. I mean, what could shrimp possibly have to do with collaborative social advertising at global scale? Metaphorically speaking – absolutely everything.
The Tiger Pistol shrimp, just 5 cm full grown, possesses a powerful advantage. By snapping its one extra large claw, it creates an underwater shockwave, complete with a sonic boom and ripple effect so strong it emits light and reaches a temperature comparable to the face of the sun, stunning the Tiger Pistol’s prey for easy capture.
The Tiger Pistol shrimp may be small (and a little quirky!), but it has unmatched power and impact within its specialized ecosystem. Similarly, Tiger Pistol’s power is both stunning and unmatched (and a little quirky) in our ecosystem, helping to simplify social advertising performance for large or complex advertisers. Much like the loud noise from that tiny crustacean, Tiger Pistol has always helped those with smaller (or fractured) budgets make disproportionality loud sounds in the marketplace. We know it’s hard to navigate social advertising at scale, Tiger Pistol makes it as easy as a simple snap of a claw.
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A few weeks ago, the Tiger Pistol team took their talents out of the office and into the kitchen for a team bonding activity. The staff split into six different teams, each representing a cross-section of our departments and lead by a professional chef. Each team was in charge of making a part of a three-course meal, and with two teams assigned to each course, friendly competition ensued.
“I loved the company event because we were able to mingle with stakeholders from every part of the business, not just the individuals we work with on a daily basis,” said Amy Abell, Tiger Pistol Client Manager.
After meal prep, the team dined together, sharing and laughing together over what worked and what didn’t with their recipe experiments.
“It was such a fun and unique work gathering,” said Chris Mayer, Tiger Pistol Project Manager, Solutions. “It really showed a lot of care on the part of our leadership to host this private cooking event complete with culinary tips and tricks we can use at home. Everyone had a great time and it was definitely a memorable event.”