VC: Defining our Vision Statement

We followed the same process creating our vision statement as we did with our mission statement. Here are the results:

Cai:
We provide clients with a broad skill set, that enriches their product. Through having the leading edge on competition, a premium quality will be met on all briefs, whilst combining this with a fruitful process of collaboration. 
Chris:
We provide our clients with expert marketing in both the digital and physical space. We work closely with our clients and thoroughly enjoy the work we do. We see ourselves as people who take the amazing power of what can be done online and bring it into real world experiences. We want to bring our clients into the future.  
Sidd:
We provide you with a friendly, approachable all-in-one service for all your creative and technical needs, from digital installations to complex web applications. We aim to take your brief and through a close relationship, work with you to deliver the best possible bespoke solution; delivering only the highest quality of work that stands up to our own ever-increasing standards. 
Combination Vision Statement:
We provide our clients with a broad skill set, that enriches their product/service in both the digital and physical space. As a creative studio that thoroughly enjoy our work, developing only to the highest quality that stands up to our own ever-increasing standards. We see ourselves as people who take the amazing power of what can be done online and bring it into real world experiences. We want to bring our clients into the future.

I think the 'bringing our clients to the future' thing is a pretty key theme in what we're trying to achieve. The majority of creative agencies around now have learned a way of working when they started and keep to that way. However we feel that the evolution of our work practices is something that is essential in our mission to develop to our high standards. 

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