Our wide range of backgrounds and experiences make Purple unique. Here’s our blog celebrating our different perspectives with original, insightful prose on today’s constantly changing world.
We are celebrating five years of our research division, Purple Insights.
Since March 22, four presidential hopefuls have declared their candidacy for the office. We explore the brand of the (at the moment) presumed frontrunner for the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton.
While we await the debut of The Real Pugs of Portland, a few of our people give their thoughts on maximizing opportunities to display brands in a creative way.
Welcome to the first in our new blog series, The Purple Roundup, where we gather interesting thoughts from some of our Purple people on the latest in news and pop culture.
Founding partner John Donovan has been named creative director emeritus.
One year out from the New Hampshire primary, Purple Insights released a poll exploring the attitudes of Granite State voters.
The Beatles’ first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show was groundbreaking, skyrocketing the Fab Four to American stardom. Was it the first truly “viral” event? Cynthia Case explores what it means to go viral and whether or not it’s a worthy goal for today’s brands.
Former Congressman Tim Griffin has joined the firm as senior advisor for communications and growth strategies.
Over the past year, we have grown our client list and bolstered our talent and service offerings. Take a look back at some of our successes of 2014.
In 2014, we continued our ongoing exploration of Walmart Moms, conducting three national surveys and six focus groups, including focus groups in Senate battleground states in the run-up to the midterms.