Inform is a non-traditional marketing and publicity team with the simple goal of making our clients the most admired and competitive companies within their community. With over 15 years of creating memorable events, PR campaigns, and branded entertainment for some of the most coveted brands in the country, we simply cannot fathom why you would work with any other agency.

In our early years we were intimately involved in DJ culture, producing live performances for touring artists, music events for Levi-Strauss, and KCRW Presents concerts for the world-renown radio station. We even played a role in providing talent for the first-ever Coachella Music Festival. We placed Motorola’s first revolutionary text-messaging devices into the hands of artists like the Black Eyed Peas, revamped MAGIC International’s streetwear tradeshow, and produced an independent fashion expo entitled Ritual – a project that paved the way for the “pop-up” retail phenomenon.

Inform is best known for our work in launching the heralded youth automotive brand Scion, an effort widely considered to be the most innovative product launch in years. Most recently, we worked with the City of Los Angeles, providing research on how to increase foot traffic to their downtown art museums like the Museum of Contemporary Art, and produced the debut events for Lexus’ premium compact hybrid the CT 200h – producing a series of global warming debates that were called “a refreshing change of pace” by Mother Nature Network and covered by NBC, the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Huffington Post, NY Magazine, OK! Magazine, The Sundance Channel, The Daily Beast, and even made its way into NYC’s taxi cab network.

If you are looking to tap into where culture is headed, add some sizzle to your brand, and make some noise in the process, please contact Patrick Courrielche at 323.464.0724 or by email at patrick[at]inform-ventures.com.


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