We are EchoHouse
We are an award-winning, full-service creative marketing agency.
We are about getting things done. Whatever the channel, budgets, deadlines. We make it work – brilliantly.
The (Important) Touchy-Feely Stuff
We’re a small agency. But we have a big heart and even bigger ideas.
We don’t just think out the box. We create our own box.
We’re successful. Often.
We’re agile and adaptable.
We (really) get inside the heart and head of your brands.
We believe in hard-working communications that produce results.
We aim to create ideas that solve business challenges.
We are a dynamic 360° creative and strategic agency committed to developing and implementing solutions that guarantee results for you and your brands.
OUR CLIENTS: We commit to providing insightful and relevant campaigns and strategies that are creatively excellent, deliver real, measurable value, and support you in achieving your business goals.
THE ECHO STORY
It seems apt that EchoHouse’s early incarnation as Ghana’s foremost youth agency – which has evolved into the grown-up agency we know today – was founded by two enthusiastic young students, Beryl and Bright. Budding engineers at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), they started a campus magazine, EchoHouse, in 2008, little realising they were sewing the seeds of the multifaceted agency we know today.
The visionary pair quickly built on their success, spotting the gaps in the market for which they’ve become known, and spring-boarding them into savvy business ideas.
In 2010, it was gigs and events. They started Echo Event, which become synonymous with showcasing Ghana’s biggest musical talent. Think Tidal Rave, FreshAffair and Epilogo, where Ghana’s hottest talent (like Shatta Wale) perform.
In 2013, they created Kuulpeeps, an online version of Echo. Then it was onto DigIT, an arm specialising in digital marketing.
Small thinking was not in their DNA. Before long, they had major clients on board such as Vodafone, KFC, Coca-Cola, Samsung, Unilever, Guinness, Nestle, Orijin and more.
And as the decade unfolded, their vision and creative energy broadened too.
Next it was Rogue Lens, an agency-within-an agency of photographers and videographers set up to cover small and large-scale events.
EchoHouse began to own the market in youth data. Today, it has the biggest student network in Ghana, with ‘campus agents’ providing regular student/youth intelligence, and promoting on the agency’s behalf.
And it only gets better.
The team have since moved into the above-the-line (ATL) advertising space, through Genius, and won their first-ever pitch. No mean feat.
What started as a niche youth agency has matured and blossomed. But that doesn’t mean we’ve lost out youthful optimism, ideas and sense of possibility.
EchoHouse has come of age in the best possible way.