Meet the sponsor: Hubble
Hubble is the international agency built like a DTC, catering to brands with global growth goals. Part of the What’s Possible Group, the agency was built to help brands scale efficiently across markets via one centralised hub.
The agency offers an end-to-end solution for clients that need to simplify the complexity surrounding international advertising and operating across many markets.
Hubble provides brands with insight, strategy, planning, execution, and a unified measurement framework, giving a single view of all active markets specifically tailored to client KPIs. Investment can be moved flexibly between countries and media based on performance. This saves clients time and resources across territories and helps them accelerate growth in new markets.
Hubble’s approach is powered by a multi-cultural, multi-lingual, and multi-disciplined team who are experts in working with brands looking scale internationally.
The agency specialises in navigating the nuances of different cultures, nationalities, demographics, lifestyles, languages and more. They relentlessly interrogate clients’ customer journeys from within the context of each market they’re active in. Hubble also assists with transcreation, helping their clients adapt advertising to suit the countries and audiences it’s delivered to.
The agency works with leading scheduling software brand Condeco in the US, security camera brand Arlo and Lithuania-based online security provider NordVPN.
At the helm of the agency is Managing Partner, Rebekah Brooks, with over 20 years of experience in the industry.
“At Hubble, we’re passionate about the complexities of consumer behaviour. We are particularly interested in understanding the human experiences that unite us. Using these insights, we accelerate growth for clients across multiple markets. The best part is that there are always new territories to launch in. So, we are always learning, always adapting. We help our clients make sense of the world and help them unlock growth whichever target they’re aiming at,” said Brooks.