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Big Brand Experience put to work for small to mid-sized businesses, start-ups and non-profits. Everyone on our team is an expert. Everyone on our team has Fortune 500 and Big Brand experience.

Services We Provide (4)

Digital MarketingWeb DesignWeb DevelopmentBranding/Positioning

Business Overview

Small, Enterprise

$5,000 or more

$5,000 or more, monthly

B2C, B2B

International

21–50

$2M–$5M

Technologies We Support (2)

Adobe Creative SuiteWordPress

Industry Expertise (6)

Business ServicesE-CommerceEntertainmentFinanceNon-ProfitStartups
Jessica Dawson-Beukes
Development Coordinator

5/5 | May 21, 2020

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Director

5/5 | September 23, 2022

Leslie Barrett

5/5 | February 22, 2021

Jessica Dawson-Beukes
Development Coordinator

5/5 | May 21, 2020

Verified Reviewer
Director

5/5 | September 23, 2022

Leslie Barrett

5/5 | February 22, 2021

Jessica Dawson-Beukes
Development Coordinator

5/5 | May 21, 2020


What Makes Us Different?

Everyone on our team is an expert. Everyone on our team has Fortune 500 and Big Brand experience. We leverage their branding, web development and marketing skills to help Small to Midsized Businesses, Nonprofits and Startups stand out, look better and exponentially increase revenue.

The Smartest People In The World Work With The Bureau Of Small Projects.

Literally rocket scientists and brain surgeons: Bill Nye, The Science Guy (CEO of the Planetary Society), Stanford University, Blackrock Neurotech who have implanted 28 brain computer interfaces in humans (Elon Musk is still doing monkeys), Switzerland (yes, the actual country), AmyriAD (who is bringing a revolutionary Alzheimer’s treatment to market) and many, many more.

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A little back story. We used to work exclusively with Big Brands and Fortune 500 companies. A few years back, we produced a documentary called “Kindness Is Contagious.” A film all about being nice and the benefits of being nice. While filming, we worked with a lot of startups, health care organizations and nonprofits. People who made money making the world a better place. And we got jealous. We wanted to make money making the world a better place, too. So we decided to take the principles that made those big companies so successful and adapt them to small business, startups and nonprofits.

The challenge was to massively simplify the marketing process, not only because these organizations could not afford the endless revisions, countless studies and infinite strategy sessions, but it also made it better.

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Lastly, David Gaz, the founder of the Bureau of Small Projects, writes about Branding for Forbes Magazine, Newsweek and Fast Company. He has spoken at Stanford University, The Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris and at events all across the country.