1. posted October 20, 2017

    Dagger Glimpses: 2017 Dagger Retreat

    We left the office shortly after 10:00AM. All 25 of us eagerly walked onto the luxury charter bus to head to a destination unfamiliar to most. The air was filled with excitement as conversations between seat-mates continued at a steady pace.

  2. Don't forget to set your own goals.

    posted September 25, 2017

    What Are Your Goals?

    At Dagger one of the first questions we ask clients when we’re kicking off a project is, “What are your goals?” As marketers, we recognize and acknowledge why goals are important–so why aren’t we more vigilant about setting them for ourselves?

  3. posted September 1, 2017

    Dagger Glimpses: #CultivateCultureATL

    What makes Dagger a great place to work? The fact that the entire leadership team supports and encourages us to dream and build. Last night was a big night.

  4. posted July 21, 2017

    Dagger Glimpses: A Dagylmpics Recap

    After a false forecast of rain, the highly anticipated 21st of June turned out to be hot and humid. Not only was it the first day of summer, it was also the first-annual Dagger Olympics, what was quickly deemed Daglympics.

  5. Dagger introduces: new logo, same hustle.

    posted November 14, 2016

    NEW LOGO SAME HUSTLE

    Big things are happening at Dagger, and we’ve realized something extremely important. We’re no longer just a lowercased agency.

  6. DON’T SET IT AND FORGET IT

    posted August 10, 2016

    DON’T SET IT AND FORGET IT

    “Set it and forget it.” It’s a mantra made famous by Ron Popeil, infomercial king and inventor of the Showtime Rotisserie. It’s a great approach for preparing dinner: do all of the work upfront then relax while your dinner cooks itself. You would think it goes without saying, but this philosophy is not 100% transferable.

  7. Why Growth is the Goal

    posted March 9, 2016

    Why Growth is the Goal

    Dagger has doubled in size in the last six months by both objective measures: monthly revenue and number of full-time employees. We have been very intentional about our growth strategy and we will continue to be. I speak openly about the benefits of growth to prospects, clients, and most importantly, our team.