When you have a specific project that needs to be completed, this model allows you to assemble your team based on the time and materials, or on deliverables. This is a standard agency model where you only pay for the resources you use. It’s great for short-term projects and unpredictable workstreams.
2. Reserved studio capacity
If you want standby capacity for your projects, you may want to reserve the time of experienced team members and build an on-demand extension of your marketing and creative team. This is most useful when you need fast delivery, flexibility of requests, predictable and defined costs, and 100% priority and on-demand support.
3. Dedicated and embedded
For full immersion on your team, agencies may provide embedded team members to work side-by-side with you. These team members would be 100% dedicated to your business, and they may work with your internal tools, systems, and processes. In addition to seamless immersion, this model allows for faster delivery timelines, flexibility of requests, predictable and defined budgets, and 100% priority and on-demand support.