At PUSH Agency headquarters in a small yet palatial office, just next to the accounting team, sits our robotic overlord who forces us to do his bidding. Also, he has an army of smaller robots, preparing to enslave humanity.
We just thought you should know.
Anyway, speaking of technology, here at PUSH, we have embraced it like crazy people who aren’t even aware that they are being enslaved by a robotic dictator, and are playing into his technological hands.
We love our clients, but we don’t want them to be forced to call us every time they need to make a minor change to their booking – they should be able to push a button and move on! Client Console is a communications hub where our account and booking managers interact with clients, all under the watchful eye of our malevolent robotic ruler.
Also, until the robot army is complete we are stuck with these humans to staff our events. Selecting human talent can be difficult, unless you’re using our talent selection tool which allows our clients to view talent in real-time, including photos and stats. (Our human models are significantly more attractive than the clunky intimidating robots.) This is also important from an environmental standpoint because it means we don’t have to create portfolios and promotional material for each model, and the machines want a nice green earth when they eventually take over.
Once talent has been selected, and if the logistics are challenging -highly technical product description, large campaign- we can train them online. Our video training has high production values… for a training video, I mean this isn’t Hollywood, and when combined with our robust screening process, it allows fast, efficient and effective training.
Once they’re all trained up, we inject all our models with a tracking dart, which slowly morphs them into a member of the robot army. Not really, but we do use GPS check-in technology so that we can make sure our team is safe, and on time. We also use sophisticated data analysis programs, and live-event recapping technologies to gauge demographics, potential foot traffic and other numbers that may be relevant to the client. Afterward, we compile data on the engagement, and this, when combined with the pre-event check-in materials, presents a broad picture for the client to use as part of their strategy. It also enables our robot masters to track humans.
*PUSH has no robot overlord, apart perhaps the head of finance.