special project
management

Special projects can cause all kinds of emotions. But we know how you feel because we know special projects. We also know that companies are always looking to do more with less. So when the more becomes more than you can handle, we have a solution.

As the Agency of Special Projects, treetree specializes in projects that need a little more attention or resources than clients can give. That’s why we created Special Project Management (SPM), a unique offering that provides boots-on-the-ground support.

Through SPM, treetree’s skilled project managers step in to serve as part of your marketing team. They’re quick at learning your business and understanding how to function in your organization. And they’re backed by the support of our entire agency.


Potential responsibilities include:

  • Management or assistance with marketing projects and proposals
  • Brand launch planning
  • Marketing and communication planning
  • Tactical planning and execution
  • Attendance at internal and external meetings as needed
  • Support with outside partners/vendors
  • Coordination of communication among project and marketing teams
  • Identification of opportunities for project efficiencies
  • Creation and maintenance of weekly status reports
  • Timeline management

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Staff augmentation in Columbus

Our project managers can work behind the scenes or take front-facing roles with your internal creative services team, clients, vendors and other external agencies. They are flexible and adaptable to the kind of relationship that best supports your needs. For however long you need them.


Maternity leave coverage in Columbus

With SPM, maternity leave coverage is strategic and seamless. It starts with a thorough onboarding process that puts a treetree project manager and the expectant parent side-by-side for a few weeks. Knowledge is transferred, projects are passed and expectations are set.

And then it finishes with a thoughtful re-entry process that allows new parents to come back to happy coworkers—and no fires to put out.

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