A Space in Birmingham, An Expanded Office in Atlanta And New Virtual Office in Decentraland


Luckie’s virtual office is in Decentraland. The space design was developed by the agency and incorporates the company’s clover logo in its rooftop and features a dynamic unrestricted building that welcomes people in to look around and collaborate.

The space also includes a gallery of NFTs the agency has created for partners like Regions Bank, Alabama Power, and the U.S. Civil Rights Trail. The gallery is situated on the ground floor; the second and subsequent floors will be spaces for presentations and gatherings so employees and partners can experiment in the web3 world. 

 “We are helping clients innovate and there’s no better way to remove the luck from that process than immersing ourselves in the experience first,” said Fred Schank, Luckie’s chief experience officer. “From the crypto purchase to the 3D design, to launching a smart contract, we’ve worked through each step so we can guide clients through the possibilities.”

Luckie also recently finished a renovation and expansion of their Atlanta office, doubling the size of the space. The company has experienced steady revenue and team growth, despite the disruptive economy, and over the last seven months has named a new CEO and CMO, invested in a Chief Experience Officer, and doubled the size of their strategy team.

“We can only help our partners grow if we’re investing in the future ourselves,” said John Gardner, CEO of Luckie. “The offices, including the virtual space, are an important part of our collaborative culture and help us work better and smarter as a team.”    

About : Luckie is a creative, data-driven agency that builds brands and brand experiences to solve real business problems and achieve results luck can’t explain. Luckie works with companies in healthcare, travel & tourism, consumer packaged goods, and financial…