Factory 360 is an experiential marketing agency that makes "awesome" happen. Founded in 2007 with client-side and agency mavericks, Factory 360 is a young team of visual artists, strategic thinkers and brand marketers who believe that an idea is only as dynamic as its execution. We empower your brand by embracing your unique values and harnessing the potential of tomorrow. Through intuitive programming, a national network of brand ambassadors, and campaigns that ignite hearts, minds, and social media engagement, Factory 360 connects real people with compelling brands, and bridges the space between memorable events and long-term brand loyalty so the experience comes full circle. Or, within 360 degrees. We’re experiential marketers. We’re Factory 360.
HQNew York, US
Size (employees)93 (est)-2%
Factory 360 was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Factory 360 has offices in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco
New York, US (HQ)
120 5th Ave
Los Angeles, US
12100 Wilshire Blvd
San Francisco, US
a 236 8th St
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Factory 360 Appoints Veteran Creative Director To Agency Leadership Team

NEW YORK, Sept. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Factory 360, one of the nation's fastest growing experiential marketing agencies, has expanded and bolstered its team by hiring Hugo Burton, an award-winning creative director with 10+ years of experience in multidisciplinary marketing agencies and...
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Uniqlo & Factory 360 Drive Foot Traffic By Hosting An Experiential Marketing Event

Uniqlo is an unparalleled apparel retailer that is known for selling high quality and affordably priced clothing throughout the world. Its slogan is “made for all,” which is why most items of clothing sold in Uniqlo stores come in a wide variety of colors and sizes.  Uniqlo teamed up with Factory 36…

How to Perfect the Timing of A Pop-Up Shop Launch

Timing is everything in the world of business and marketing. Brands must determine the perfect time to launch campaigns, make important announcements, offer discounts and promotions, and introduce new products. Brands that are planning on hosting a pop-up shop must also figure out the perfect timing…

How to Make A Pop-Up Shop More Interactive

Dozens of brands have hosted pop-up shop events in order to boost sales, raise awareness, and build relationships with their target audience. But, the problem with many of these events is the brand focuses far too much on the product instead of the experience. By losing sight of the experience aspec…

Marketing in the #MeToo Era: The Do’s and Don’ts of “Femvertising”

The #MeToo movement launched late last year after allegations of sexual harassment and assault in the entertainment industry began to surface. The movement has empowered victims of harassment and assault to share their stories without fear of retaliation. It has also put a national spotlight on the …

The Importance of Content at Tech Experiential Marketing Events

The technology industry is incredibly competitive, which is one reason why many tech companies have turned to experiential marketing to set themselves apart from other brands. Tech brands know they need to stand out from their competitors to win over customers and increase their bottom line. To reac…

Experiential Marketing Trend Watch: Mansions As Event Venues

One of the hardest parts of planning an experiential marketing event is finding the right venue. The venue can make or break the event, which is why choosing the right one is so important. Recently, a number of luxury brands have chosen mansions as venues for their experiential marketing events. Her…
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