Big Tree

100 Independence Drive, Unit 7-666
Hyannis, MA, 02601
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Transitioning to a digital world: Big Tree helps market local businesses

Big Tree is a minority-owned marketing agency based in Hyannis, MA. Below, the team shares some details on their business and the importance of supporting local.

Describe your business

At Big Tree, we make videos for nonprofits, businesses, and schools for promotional and marketing purposes. We are one of the only agencies on Martha’s Vineyard that offer various digital marketing services, such as social media management, email marketing, website design, product photography, copywriting, and more. We have a shared co-working space in Hyannis, Cape Cod, but we mainly work remotely and on-site for shoots.

Why is it important to support businesses like yours?

Our business is here to support other companies and help transition to a more digital world.

Do you want to say anything to your customers or guests?

Our clients are amazing and range from a tech school to a burger shop to a botanical garden. We love working with each of them, finding their business’s emotional core, and creating beautiful work together. We wouldn’t be here without them.

How has your business changed or adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic?

We hit a complete stop, but then things picked back up as the need for digital content grew due to many businesses switching to a remote environment.

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