It worked. The Portland-based digital shop's clientele is entirely referral-based.
Last year, its Starbucks #Sipface campaign encouraged people to share their frappuccino selfies when they made a purchase, driving 50% more mentions than the period a year earlier.
Equipped with an indoor archery range, karaoke and yoga, Swift -- which is 70% women -- is a haven for its 80 employees. "If you're feeling stressed," said co-founder and CEO Liz Valentine, "shoot a dozen arrows and I guarantee that will change."
With $8 million in revenue last year, the agency achieved more than 50% year-over-year growth, with work for clients like HTC and Nike.