strategic marketing communications

While I work directly with client businesses of all sizes, some of my most successful business relationships are with strategic marketing consultants. They have the messages, the intent, the connections, and I can bring to life their communication goals.

Working with an internal Communications department, or hired as a sub-contractor for a marketing professional, I can slip into position and immediately pick up on the established corporate graphic standards, or come up with fresh, innovative designs.


AND YOU NEED…

A skilled partner who is flexible, creative and efficient. Sometimes you need new, fresh, creative ideas. And sometimes you just need someone to jump right in and execute materials in existing graphic standards. You need someone who knows the corporate graphic standards and can produce multiple creative concepts for any materials: powerpoint, posters, web graphics, collateral, newsletters.

 

YOU ARE…

A strategic marketing professional. You have the power to create effective communications for your clients. You are all about strategy, development, ideas, setting growth objectives. Your client might be a start-up who requires brand identity, stationery, a website and marketing materials. Or your client might be an internal communications department of a corporation needing graphic support, quickly and creatively. 


Here are some examples of work supporting Communications departments in corporations

Newsletter Layout for Einstein Medical Center Montgomery

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Poster Campaign

Janssen Pharmaceuticals had an internal contest for employees to submit their suggestions to improve the parts of the company. The nine winners were chosen, and we created custom posters for each one so they could explain their idea to the Leadership Team on an in-person tour.




Magazine layout for Calista Grand

Newsletter Layouts for Einstein Medical Center Montgomery

Magazine page layout for  KidsHealth  Magazine

Catalog layout for Spode

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