Each year our crew designs a holiday gift to thank our clients for trusting us as their creative partner. This year, we were inspired to create something useful: a calendar for our clients to hang in their offices or homes, with our own creative spin.Read More›
Read our previous blog post, Women Executives | Behind the Rebrand, for an in-depth description of the process and new look for WE’s brand.
What better way to celebrate a milestone anniversary than with a new look? A big reason for the timing of Women Executive’s rebrand was the organization’s 40th anniversary. The leadership team was planning an extra-special, members-only event to celebrate their growth over the past four decades and wanted to unveil their new brand as part of the event.Read More›
It’s tempting to think that having business cards isn’t important anymore. After all, everything we do is online or on our phones (we can just exchange email addresses, right?). However, business cards give you a valuable opportunity to leave a lasting impression on potential clients, partners and mentors.Read More›
To me beginning a new project is kind of like the first time we brought home our dog, Moose (except then her name was Chanel and we were told she liked to wear sweaters…that’s still up for debate). We had a grasp on the basics but as we looked at this bundle of potential energy we couldn’t help but feel simultaneously excited and terrified. Beginnings are like that, intimidating by the sheer fact of all the possibilities that could unfold. The creative process is no different. So how do you overcome the daunting task of starting? We’ve found the secrets to success maybe aren’t so secret.Read More›
It’s no secret that people are passionate about their opinions (whether others are listening or not). But we know the community benefits when we stop giving others a talking to and start talking with each other. As a primary source of grant-funding in Martinsville and Henry County Virginia, the Harvest Foundation came to us with a vision to bring a variety of voices to the community table.Read More›