Schedule a discovery call with a marketing strategist

The discovery call is the first step in discussing your business, your goals, and the potential suite of services you need.

We don't “prescribe before we diagnose,” so the first step in getting a proposal is booking a discovery call with us.

Select clients

Tim Branz

CIO | Ironshore Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

"Their in-house talent, expertise, attitude, engagement style, and creativity were second to none."

What can I expect on my discovery call?

Our call will go over your company, its goals, any challenges you have meeting your goals, and your current suite of marketing services.

You'll meet a marketing strategist (not a sales rep) on our team who will let you know about Digital Elevator and our suite of services. The goal here is see if we are a good fit for each other.

Based on our conversation, we'll take your goals into consideration and provide a cost estimate to see if it meets with your budget.

If we are aligned on deliverables and budget, we'll move on to either a proposal or an analysis, depending on services needed.


Marketing FAQs

What marketing services do you provide?

We provide logo and branding services, web design, public relations, SEO and content marketing, PPC, and social media.

What are your minimum cost engagements?

Our costs are very reasonable compared to the "Madison Ave" marketing agencies that you may be familiar with in the biotech space. We have heard that we are often 2x to 4x less expensive than some of the bigger agencies that provide the same services. That said, the costs depend on the services needed. For illustration purposes, our logo and branding services generally start at $7k to $9k, and our PR services $4,000 to $7,500 per month.

How do your contracts work?

We perform both long-term and project-based contracts.

What industries do you specialize in?

Digital Elevator enjoys working with emerging biotech companies. While we have experience with larger, more established biotech companies, our products, services, and deliverables are best suited for emerging biotech companies coming out of stealth mode or those engaged in clinical trials but have not yet invested in marketing.

Subscribe: Rankings to Revenue Newsletter

Get exclusive content marketing tips only shared with email subscribers.