Welcome to Edison's Co

If you need an edge with your storytelling, Edison's Co can help.

With captivating storytelling, marketers are able to craft an immersive experience that goes beyond traditional methods of advertisement and allows the target audience to relate - the ultimate goal being ultimately convincing consumers towards desired actions. 

Even in the age of social media, classic storytelling elements are still essential. Authenticity, structure, and psychology all shape our receptiveness to sharing - a testament to their timeless power. 

In today's ever-evolving digital world, creating a strong online presence is the essential ingredient for success. It’s not just about having content out there; businesses need to promote their brand with an engaging story that will set them apart from competitors and resonate with customers. This requires careful planning of social media strategies as well as leveraging mass media sources—especially important for startups looking to make noise in competitive markets. 

Every day brings new entrepreneurial dreams, but unfortunately, not all of these hardworking startups make it past their first year. Edison's Co was created to help change that by providing content management services designed to boost brands and website traffic for young companies looking for a competitive edge. 

We’ve had major success in North America with Lyft and Ember Mug. In Asia, we have experience working for the top Chinese personality and serving as media consultants to TVBS. Our team is also well-poised to become a leader in metaverse marketing. 

We look forward to providing you with an unmatched service that exceeds your wildest expectations!

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