CFM has continued evolving customer and employee engagement for over 25 years. As communication became more important and the video industry evolved to quantity, the need for reducing the overhead of 10 employees with over a 4000 square-foot studio resulted in a significant cost savings where partners such as MetroPCS, Hard Rock,… Read More →
Many businesses use data to support their decisions instead of drive their actions. But why? After all, view data is really only valuable if you can translate it into actionable insights. Gaining these insights starts with figuring out what you want from your data—finding its value. CFM seeks top understand… Read More →
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Limited time promotions stimulate the appetite with flavor differences. This Texas based restaurant centered around a rich heritage of Tex-Mex flavors. This included rich meaty chicken, story shop sausage and of course, generic fish; lite and hearty options and a sweet dessert. The challenge was to capture these similar in color… Read More →
Marketing is no longer about developing a catchy ad campaign that would be shouted from the tallest buildings. It must be an integrated approach (BUT we’re always craving a creative outlet). CFM possess an eye for great visual content and we understand the power of social media for engaging with… Read More →
According to eMarketer, unhealthy by 2017, internet users that use a social network will reach 2.55 billion people. That’s staggering considering that the US census bureau estimates the world population to be just over 7 billion. Globally, 1 in 4 people use a social media network, and nearly 88% of… Read More →
We love talking about food, writing about it, and photographing it. We especially love sharing stories around the table with others, through words and images, as I believed a photo could be a very powerful medium to covey a brand’s message. Produced by CFM (styling and photography).
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