Zebra and Ostrich

Zebra and Ostrich


Zebra have poor eyesight and ostriches have poor hearing. These two have formed a symbiotic relationship through communicating and warning each other of danger.


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The best partners aren’t the ones that do what you do. They’re the ones that complement you. The ones that share your problems and see the dangers. And the ones that give you a fresh angle. Why is it that you always see ostriches and zebras stood together in the wild?

It’s because the zebra has crystal clear hearing and a great sense of smell. The ostrich likewise has a brilliant vision. By working together they both become stronger and more successful. Nature’s very own Confederation. Both the ostrich and the zebra strive for the same goal. We at Confederation Studio immerse ourselves in the culture of our clients to find and adopt that same goal for ourselves.

That’s how we see it, we love working with the disruptors who don’t follow traditional ways of working. As the client, you know more about your mission and competitive landscape. We as the agency know all about how to take you to market and engage with your customers. But we recognize that we will never know the minute details of your business as well as you do.


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