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#1

The agency
is not
our
life.

Advertising is our passion and our job, but outside of these agency walls are people to meet and moments to experience. Observing office hours is seen as something healthy at Muttante simply because there’s so much life outside of the agency.

#4

We believe
in lasting relationships.

From presenting a single 468×60 banner for a small project on a big brand and to a few months later becoming the lead digital agency with a fixed monthly fee; this has happened to us. And we want it to continue. Project by project. Match by match.

#2

We offer
respect and
ask it
in return.

At Muttante we respect the people who work alongside us:

Team, partners, freelancers… We work in a profession that has a history of not treating people right. We have to correct this imbalance on behalf of everyone who has chosen advertising as a career. We ask for mutual respect from the clients we work for. Professional mutual respect is the first step towards working better to get better results.

#3

We
don’t
believe
in pitches.

Agency pitches are, in their traditional form, inefficient and unfair. Not usually remunerated, requiring titanic effort from the whole organisation, with very little transparency, high risk and with minimal success rates. It’s true that a brilliant concept and a great presentation can showcase an agency’s creative potential, but for Muttante our work and daily dedication is just as important.

#4

We believe
in lasting relationships.

From presenting a single 468×60 banner for a small project on a big brand and to a few months later becoming the lead digital agency with a fixed monthly fee; this has happened to us. And we want it to continue. Project by project. Match by match.

#5

We want
to change
things.

We’re going to change
the face of advertising, want to join us?

We want to balance our love of advertising and brands with a work ethic that ensures we continue to enjoy what we do. And we think we can do it. Eliminating late night pizzas from our diet, striking stress related absences and ulcers from our medical history, forgetting that we’ve heard people crying on the office phone. It’s about being able to make a group of people believe that there is another way to do advertising.

We’re going to change
the face of advertising, want to join us?

#1

The agency
is not
our
life.

Advertising is our passion and our job, but outside of these agency walls are people to meet and moments to experience. Observing office hours is seen as something healthy at Muttante simply because there’s so much life outside of the agency.

#2

We offer
respect and
ask it
in return.

At Muttante we respect the people who work alongside us:

Team, partners, freelancers… We work in a profession that has a history of not treating people right. We have to correct this imbalance on behalf of everyone who has chosen advertising as a career. We ask for mutual respect from the clients we work for. Professional mutual respect is the first step towards working better to get better results.

#3

We
don’t
believe
in pitches.

Agency pitches are, in their traditional form, inefficient and unfair. Not usually remunerated, requiring titanic effort from the whole organisation, with very little transparency, high risk and with minimal success rates. It’s true that a brilliant concept and a great presentation can showcase an agency’s creative potential, but for Muttante our work and daily dedication is just as important.

#4

We believe
in lasting relationships.

From presenting a single 468×60 banner for a small project on a big brand and to a few months later becoming the lead digital agency with a fixed monthly fee; this has happened to us. And we want it to continue. Project by project. Match by match.

#5

We want
to change
things.

We’re going to change
the face of advertising, want to join us?

We want to balance our love of advertising and brands with a work ethic that ensures we continue to enjoy what we do. And we think we can do it. Eliminating late night pizzas from our diet, striking stress related absences and ulcers from our medical history, forgetting that we’ve heard people crying on the office phone. It’s about being able to make a group of people believe that there is another way to do advertising.