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Gigantic Ventures LLC ("Gigantic") helps specialty food and niche lifestyle brands grow by developing and executing modern, scalable marketing plans. When appropriate, Jason (Gigantic's Founder) recruits and manages entire teams to execute custom campaigns.

Contact Jason to learn more about working together this Fall of 2023. 

Q & A with
Jason Baxter, Principal

What do you do?

I help specialty brands grow by taking deep-dives into their markets. After learning about an organization's niche industry and positioning within the market, I'll conduct a brand audit to:

(a) fully identify and understand your current and future customers, 

(b) determine how your marketing team (and business as a whole) could refocus resources to meet goals, and

(c) develop a custom plan that can be understood and executed in steps by your team, whether or not there's a marketing team in place.

I also help owners prepare their brands for exists. This could be as simple as developing short-term plans to ensure the business is attractive to investors/buyers. More involved projects could include rebranding to take advantage of a company's established "book of business" while making it more relevant in the current market.

Marketing Services - Image by Eduardo Gorghetto
Specialty Food Brand with Pink Packaging

Are you a "full service" marketing agency?

Definitely not. Full-service agencies typically take-on every possible project with a sizable budget, despite their team's abilities or expertise. They'll bring-on "hired guns" like myself to tackle projects with a hefty pad built-in tackle projects. You'll go to full-service agencies for life, because you'll never build your own capable marketing team.


Instead, I help clients $2M-$50M in specific industries solve growth challenges. They're either expecting rapid growth, feel they've lost their way after enjoying some form of success, or preparing for an exit and are in need of support. I help them prepare for change, re-establish innovative thinking, and regain focus to help the team meet goals. Gigantic's four main services include:


  • Planning for Growth: You may have hit a growth wall, or perhaps you're finally gaining traction and feel unprepared for the future. In both cases, strategy is the antidote. I can help you dial-in pricing, packaging, digital strategy, target market(s), and the team needed to get where you want to be. The "deliverable" will be a scalable marketing plan, helping you prioritize your goals and make improvements over time within the established budget. 


  • Recruiting: If talent is your issue, I can likely help. I've recruited, hired, and managed specialty marketers, sales professionals, techies, and creatives throughout North and South America, EMEA, and APAC. I can help you determine the skills and budget needed to bring-on the right person for the job. The "deliverables" in this case would be a combination of an appropriate job description, and talented job seekers lined-up for interviews. My payment structure is based on providing a pre-determined number of qualified jobseekers for you to interview. 

  • Incorporating Specialists: Like agencies, I introduce specialists to help you meet your goals, but they don't bill through Gigantic Ventures. You maintain your own relationships with those important to your continued success (Amazon Experts, Sales Consultants, Packaging Designers, etc.), and they'll bill direct, ensuring you stay within your budget.

  • Preparing for an Exit: Not only can I help you position the brand for a buyout, but I can likely help you develop relationships with potential buyers along the way. You'll hear this from everyone (because it is true), but you should begin preparing your financials and polishing your brand a few years before you plan to sell.

Who are Gigantic's clients?

They're typically specialty food, travel, tech, and lifestyle brands ($2M - $50M). Work with smaller startups includes creating scalable marketing plans where I'll work with the Owners/Founders to develop 2-3 year growth strategies to enter markets and/or prepare for investors. Larger agencies, tech companies, and not-for-profit organizations tend to bring me on as a "hired gun" to problem solve, or help build more efficient marketing teams as they grow.


Client lists aren't made public, but references are always available when appropriate.

Marketing Clients - Image by Andrew Thornebrooke
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