Category Archives: Marketing Agency Toronto
Website, Marketing Tools & Print Design parkerpad.com [portfolio_slideshow width=520 id=772]
2010 Year’s Campaign, Event Packaging, Marketing & Website Design [portfolio_slideshow width=520 id=550]
Woodbine Racetrack – Display Room of Horse Racing History [portfolio_slideshow width=520 id=907]
Rebranding, Advertising Campaign, Identity & Website Design atlaspolar.com [portfolio_slideshow width=520 id=702]
2011 JCI World Conference Campaign www.jci.cc [portfolio_slideshow width=520 id=797]
We have geared our entire modus operandi to helping our clients get things done, their marketing in particular.
Not just for the sake of ticking them off their to do list. But for the sake of building their customer relationships, creating awareness, tying up loose communication ends, taking advantage of tactical opportunities…in short, whatever is require to move their business forward. Continue reading
Always Make Time for Proofing and Testing. When a client needs something in a rush from us we always manage to make it work. It’s not a regular habit, but things get forgotten or come up last minute. It can be a little stressful as both sides drop other things and rush to get it done. But, no matter how rushed, you must make time for proofing and testing. Continue reading
We Can Do Big, Complex Projects Really Well
Every time Lisa here hands me a back-up DVD of completed projects for my home collection, I’m amazed at the variety, volume and quality of work we’ve done. Over the past two-three years we’ve had the honour of doing some much more complex projects, with multiple pieces and deadlines. Continue reading
In the growth cycle of a firm it’s normal to start outsourcing various needs, from bookkeeping to marketing firms, when you cross a certain threshold. The decision as to when to do it usually comes down to capacity and skill. Even in larger companies, the responsibility may fall on an office manager or controller, someone without a marketing head and other important work to do. Continue reading
You know you need a new brand/ad campaign/website, so you hire a professional to help you. They present two or three concepts for you to choose from, but you can’t really tell the difference. How do you know which is best? How do you know any of them are really good (other than they’re better than what you had)?
You don’t need to be a marketing expert or a designer to appreciate good work, but you do need to feel confident in what you’re creating. Continue reading