Strawberry Frog Wants Everyone to be A Very Successful Brand Manager
Strawberry Frog wants all brand managers to be very successful brand managers and has launched VerySuccessfulBrandManger.com to help. The site's got everything from fashion tips to travel tips (forget yachts, it's luxury submarines, baby) to health tips (sleeping with subordinates is a very good thing, indeed) to wealth tips (it's all about choosing the right third world country to buy) to lifestyle tips (forget office interns, get a golf intern to drive your golf cart) to advice from Sir Monty Montague (when choosing between a welthy princess and a supermodel, Montague offer sage advice, "A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Take the hand of the one who is worth more and save the second for the bush, if you understand what I mean.")
And that's not all. There's insightful analysis regarding enlarging your logo and whether it's safe to do so. There's questionnaires, surveys, tips on how to explain to your boss you just became his boss, whether to name a street after yourself and how far is too far to fly in your private jet for dinner. Yes, Strawberry Frog offers all a very successful brand manager could ever want. And they've done it all very humbly without even mentioning one of the best, perhaps, methods of becoming a very successful brand manager: pick up the phone and hand your marketing budget to Strawberry Frog.