• Our Recipe

    Start with constant idea development by our creative guerilla thinkers. Add writers, designers and programming nerds up-to-date with latest trends and technologies. Toss in lots of “yes we can”, created by a diverse team with years of experience…

    • Two Marketing Confectionaries

      One bakery’s located in an old factory. One’s in a residential area. Both are perfect settings for inspiration and idea development. In Westminster we have artsy Denver and nerdy Boulder within close reach of our quiet oasis. In Cologne, a busy city hums outside.

      • Bakers - Our 5-star Pro Bakers

        The secret of our goodies? Our team! Our highly-experienced master bakers have vastly diverse backgrounds, interests, skills and professional achievements. The result is a group of outstanding individuals better than the sum of its parts.

        • Baking for a Good Cause

          Campaign + Good Cause = Success? We’ll show you how to increase the engagement within and around your social web efforts, anchor your message in the heads of your target audience and do some good, all at the same time.

          • By The Numbers

            When did we start? Where are we located? Who manages and owns conceptbakery? How many conceptbakers are there? Who was our first bigger client? What are some of our notable milestones? We’ll even throw in some random facts for you:)

            • Jobs @ conceptbakery

              Feel like joining our awesome bakery, as apprentice or master baker? Or, maybe your friends think you’re weird because of the ideas you come up with. Are you a team player with at least three superpowers?

              • Contact - Always just one click away

                Have an appetite for what you see? Interested in additional information about our bakery or our goodies? Just want to tell us something? We want to hear from you. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

                Social Responsibility

                Baking for a Good Cause

                We consider ourselves extremely lucky. As our client list shows, we’ve been able to enjoy success in what we do. Unfortunately, that isn’t true for everyone and with that awareness in mind, we’re trying to make a small difference in some people’s lives.  We simply believe if one has the means to help people less fortunate, they are morally obligated to do so.

                We started at the 2006 World Cup by committing 10% of our revenue to a related project leveraging the event. The results: we sponsored the entire education of 5 girls in India from elementary to high school, including food and uniforms.

                In 2008, we launched the non-profit organization Ubuntu Now (a registered 501(c)(3) in the U.S.) with a team of qualified individuals.  The idea is to use the social web and fun of today to sponsor people who are our future. Our activities are usually tied into the World Cup and support children. For example, Ubuntu Now sponsored two community workers in South Africa in 2010 and is continuing to work on select gender equality initiatives in World Cup countries.

                 Of course we’re not limited to this one cause alone. We also discuss cause marketing with our clients. Whenever possible, we emphasize the needs and benefits to possibly make a difference with well-planned cause marketing initiatives.

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