AMDEV— clients present ideas— most of those ideas revolve around the need to communicate real value to potential customers and investors… they can’t afford to be cute.
American MedTech— start up companies often have great products— but, most can’t afford the overhead of marketing managers worth their weight. They need quality communication.
American Safety Technologies— some products have a history in and of themselves— almost everyone has seen it in use. Some even become legendary… they make fun ads.
Brennen Medical— referrals are similar to testimonials except they’re more personal, like finding a long lost friend, less small talk— more effective work… referrals are great for business.
CIMA Labs— sometimes you make your own luck, like when the director of marketing doesn’t show and the president takes over… he wasn’t happy with the agency. I helped them get listed on NASDAQ.
Digital Biometeric— new product introduction happens at the distributor level, you get one chance to show your stuff, so it had better look great… not just good.
Insulcast— package design preceeds collateral production and consistency is essential if product identification is to be expected… epoxy resin product literature can look elegant.
Huatulco— what’s a vacation? Five intense days of photography, coupled with meeting the President of the Trust Fund Committee makes for international business.
La Pura Jungla— satellite communication was necessary if the client was 10 miles from the nearest phone line and has to take part in weekly status meetings… at 98¢ a minute it was cheaper than air fare.
MeritaNordBanken Group— Finland is a great country— they brought us the sauna, create fantastic furniture and art, and lead the world in e-banking… they pay us via ACH.
Morgan Safety Products— British Limited Partnerships own a number of US corporations. And, Morgan Crucible plc. owned 150 world-wide— one was Morgan Safety... the were a US client.
Ontrack— It's nice to know when you consistently produce quality work for a client... and they accept a new position with another company... new business follows.
TELEX— many marketing experts have the ability to create a blueprint for communication strategy, but it takes a group of experienced graphic designers to put the image on paper.
WAM!NET— being in on the ground floor of an emerging company has its benefits. Creating logos, image ads, trade show booths, and supporting literature becomes part of of the road to an IPO.