If you’ve worked with a marketing agency or creative studio before, you’ll likely recognize this model. Your agency partner will build you a team based on a project that’s defined by time and materials, or key deliverables. The pay-as-you-use model is great for short-term or one-off projects, or unpredictable workstreams, since you only pay for the resources you use.
2. Reserved studio capacity
Have more than a few projects to tackle? Need capacity on standby whenever you need it? A reserved resourcing option allows you to reserve guaranteed time and skill sets of experienced team members to build the on-demand extension of your marketing and creative team. You’ll benefit from fast delivery timelines, flexibility of requests, predictable and defined costs, and 100% priority support when and how you need it.
3. Dedicated and embedded
What if you want all the benefits of an in-house employee but you don’t have the time to recruit and hire on your own? Flexible resourcing can take care of that, too. Dedicated and embedded team members work side-by-side with you and become a natural extension of your team. They follow your processes and use all of your internal tools for a fully seamless immersion into your business. This is the perfect option if you want direct collaboration and workload management without having to do your own hiring. It’s a win-win: you get fast turnaround times, predictable budgets, and total on-demand support.