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Putting Water Where It Should Be.
We teamed up with Ghost Hunter Jason Hawes to help Roto-Rooter deliver
plumbing tips to engage the newest generation of homeowners—millennials.
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For the Pursuit
We're helping The Christ Hospital part the sea of healthcare advertising
sameness to connect with their consumers on an emotional level.
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Straight From the Cow’s Mouth
Curiosity's latest spot for the first national fresh white milk brand
in the country, DairyPure!
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Everything Insurance Should Be.
The Cincinnati Insurance Companies launched its first national campaign in company history!
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Cincinnati Bell's Love TV Again
We helped Bell show consumers how to break up with the channels they don't watch
and fall in love with TV again.

What’s in a name? Everything.

Curiosity is what makes us the perfect proportions of daydreamers, scientists and workaholics. It’s the driving force behind everything we do; it’s what gets us out of bed in the morning and it’s what keeps us up at night. Without curiosity, we’re just another advertising agency. So have a seat, stand up, lie down on the floor, and start experimenting. There’s always a better way, and we’re going to find it together.

Featured Work

DairyPure
Starts Pure. Stays Pure.
TruMoo
A Healthy Debate
Roto-Rooter
Engagement in Plumbing

Recent Posts

Curiosity

Angie Fischer Rising Leader of March Winner

This month, Angie Fischer, VP and Director of Client Services, was recognized for her contributions to the development and execution of Curiosity’s business strategy. Fischer has been heavily involved in Curiosity’s strategic operations since its inception, but most recently she was instrumental in the crafting and rollout of Curiosity’s three-year vision, titled “Curiosity 20/20.” If

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Elizabeth Leugers

9 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Joining the Political Shouting Match

  There’s nothing new about companies influencing politics and vice versa. Corporate lobbying is thriving, a common practice in the U.S. since roughly the 1970s (though it’s been around much longer than that). But with the election and induction of President Trump, some of the biggest brands in the country—in some cases, the world—that previously worked behind

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