Tag: Creative

13
Oct
2020
Posted in website

Ocreative Marks the Launch of Their New Website with Ten More International Creative & Marketing Awards

HARTLAND, Wis., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — To earmark the launch of their new website, Ocreative, an integrated marketing agency, also announced they’ve been generously recognized by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts (AIVA) for their outstanding work in traditional and digital marketing. With over 6,000 entries from companies and agencies spanning the globe, the Communicator Awards are one of largest awards of its kind in the world.

“We have the opportunity to work with some really incredible, innovative clients,” says Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Andrea Koeppel. “They trust us with their business, and we work hard to honor their vision, goals, and messaging with top-tier work.”

Working closely with clients and creating an environment of transparency and open communication are paramount to Ocreative’s success, she explained. So much so, that they chose to center their new website around their client relationship philosophy. “We really wanted to let businesses and organizations of all sizes know that cutting-edge web design and development and inventive marketing are accessible,” Koeppel continued. “We want to educate and guide and we’re thrilled that organizations like AIVA choose to highlight our work. It lets us know we’re always moving in the right direction and gives our clients confidence and peace of mind.”

Ocreative’s new website boasts a detailed series of case studies in their portfolio to help potential and existing clients get a better handle on the agency’s marketing experience and capabilities. “We want to show people how marketing strategies can work and provide real outcomes,” Koeppel said “But we really wanted our creative team to run with it, no holds barred. Let’s really show them what’s possible.” The new website balances vibrant colors, graphics, and animation with real photos of their team and office, located in Hartland, WI.

Alongside their

07
Oct
2020
Posted in seo

Agency round-up: ACD&B; The SEO Works; Punch Creative; and more

ACD&B, formerly Applied Creative, has unveiled its rebrand, strengthened its team with the appointment of a creative account manager, bolstered its service offering with the addition of PR, and extended its office.

The West Yorkshire-based independent creative agency specialises in providing clients with branding, artworking, creative design and web design.

Following increased demand for its services, it has appointed Alice Moss as creative account manager.

Previously she has held roles with StormBrands, where she managed Morrisons’ The Best account, and Face Facts Research.

The agency has also partnered with Marie Lees Public Relations. Lees is working alongside managing director, Chris Parkinson and the team, to provide ACD&B’s roster of clients with PR as well as devise and implement the company’s communications and business development strategy.

Parkinson said: “Since launching the agency it has evolved and I felt we needed a brand that elevated our specialisms and commitment to providing clients with creative branding and design.

“I’m delighted to welcome Alice and Marie to the team. The agency continues to go from strength to strength with increasing demand from new and retained clients.

“Alice will support clients and the team to ensure we continue to deliver outstanding creative work.

“We’ve ambitious growth plans. Part of our strategy is to offer new opportunities to clients so I’m excited to be collaborating with Marie and to now provide PR, which perfectly complements our service offering.

“In addition, Marie will be integral in maximising awareness of ACD&B and for business development.”

ACD&B has also expanded its offices in Cleckheaton. The expansion is part of the agency’s ongoing investment and will not only accommodate its growing team, when they return to the office, but will provide a new, breakout area to inspire creativity.

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Search agency The SEO Works has been selected to manage the

05
Oct
2020
Posted in computer

Wireless Computer Speakers Market to See Promising Growth Ahead| JBL (Harman International), Creative, iLive Electronics (DPI), IPEVO

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29
Sep
2020
Posted in programming

Innovative programming celebrates 50 years of Creative Writing at UEA

Beginning on 1 October, the University of East Anglia (UEA) celebrates 50 years of its pioneering Creative Writing programme.

As we head into our 50th year we are excited to launch an ambitious series of international events, projects and initiatives. Building on its extraordinary heritage, the Creative Writing 50th anniversary celebration will explore key trends shaping literature today, uncover the next generation of global voices and push the boundaries between contemporary writing and creative technology.

Professor Henry Sutton, Director of Creative Writing, said: “UEA’s Creative Writing programme continues to go from strength to strength. These initiatives are a testament to its questioning, questing spirit for knowledge, excellence and creative expression.”

International Chair of Creative Writing – Tsitsi Dangarembga

Today UEA announces its new International Chair of Creative Writing (ICCW) and Global Voices Scholarship programme, which celebrates leading writers from around the globe while continuing UEA’s tradition of nurturing the world’s most promising emerging writers. Its first chair will be the internationally acclaimed Zimbabwean novelist, playwright and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga. 

Tsitsi Dangarembga’s most recent novel, This Mournable Body, is shortlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize. Supported by UEA colleagues, she will deliver an ambitious programme of literary events, classes and workshops across the African continent and in the UK during 2021-22. 

This new position of International Chair has been created through philanthropy, and will be offered to four more prominent writers over the next five years from the Asia, Australasia, the Americas and the Middle East, each with a year-long remit to find, nurture and promote new voices from that region. The Chair will be supported by UEA’s Creative Writing department to deliver events, masterclasses and workshops. The International Chair initiative will be complemented by Global Voices scholarships, offering 50 fully paid places on UEA’s competitive MA course over five years.