Three awesome ad agencies take their boardrooms from blah to bling with a little help from Pinterest.
Strap into your time machine: It’s always 1976 in JOAN’s groovy new workspace. Postapocalyptic moss and a sparkly Venus boogie down in a burgundy velvet fantasy.
Ideas never sleep in this eclectic corner. Inspired by a NYC bodega, it doubles as a subway car…which doubles as a champagne bar…which doubles as an art studio…
What happens when a wild jungle crashes into a psychedelic candy utopia? You get Mojo Supermarket’s new conference room. Don’t forget to peek behind the vending machine.
You can unboring anything on Pinterest
463 million people use Pinterest every month to create a life they love.1 From daily recipes to large purchases or dream vacations, it’s the only platform where people discover, decide and do. Giving you opportunities to reach important audiences every step of the way.
When people first come to Pinterest, they’re open-minded and looking for new ideas. They use keywords to search and browse customized recommendations based on their interests. One Pin leads to another…and soon they’re discovering all sorts of ideas. Even things they didn’t know they wanted.
As people explore Pinterest, they begin to make decisions. They save their favorite ideas to boards so they can visit them again, compare their options and think about how different products or ideas would work in their lives.
Unlike on other platforms, people on Pinterest don’t just browse. They’re here to act—buying the things they find and love. Because your ads reach people with high intent, you’ll get high-quality customers who spend more and show greater loyalty to your brand.2
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