Most organizations fail to come across as authentic over the internet. Catalyst Campaigns works to create clear messages for a distinct audience with a shared belief system. These messages are personal and resonate deeply with their intended community. Catalyst Campaigns has worked with niche audiences in the youth-vote space since 2003-2004’s presidential election, building programs based around art, culture, and other shared identities. From PunkVoter to Rock Against Bush, lifestyle advertising to modernizing mobile marketing, Catalyst Campaigns has been on the forefront of niche-based marketing.
- Brand Development
- Strategic Partnerships
- Lifestyle Marketing
- Point of Purchase Advertising
- Public Relations
- Youth Vote Engagement
“Songwriters of North America (SONA) worked with Scott Goodstein to creatively mobilize our grassroots movement and assist our efforts in passing the Music Modernization Act. Scott taught us new ways to combine calling technology with social media to mobilize the #MusicArmy and generate new calls to Congress each day. Scott has since become part of our team and advises us on membership engagement and new ways to grow and scale.”
Michelle Lewis, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Songwriters of North America
“Scott’s sincere concern for the causes he champions allows him to focus all his energy on others. This constant self-sacrifice is seen throughout his many different efforts, whether it’s fine-tuning someone else’s ideas or creating something from scratch. The attention he gives each project is what makes them each so successful, but it’s the heart Scott puts into everything that makes him such a key asset to any team.”
Rev. MOOSE, Managing Partner, Marauder
Scott’s wisdom, guidance and generosity have been crucial to the continued success of Invisible Hands. Having him as an advisor has made the difference between mobilizing a crisis relief effort and building the foundation for a sustainable and scalable organization. He is a comforting presence in any strategy discussion and I am grateful to now call him a mentor.
Simone Policano, Co-Founder, Invisible Hands