For Immediate Release
SARASOTA, Fla. (June 17, 2015) – Next-Mark, a full-service marketing, creative strategy and communications agency, announces its re-branded identity, including a new tagline, logo and website.
The company’s new tagline is Content to Conversation. These words, explained Next-Mark founder and President Joseph Grano, “not only personify our brand, but also highlight the need for client companies to evolve beyond simple creation of content to having a meaningful and comprehensive conversation about their brands.”
“After 10 years,” Grano said, “we knew it was time to update our visual identity. Given our deep experience in developing client brand identities, we knew our new logo had to showcase our talent, while building on our company’s history.”
Next-Mark’s new website can be found at www.Next-Mark.com. “This site was designed to be concise, visually appealing and, most importantly, tell our story. It also serves as a dynamic showcase for our client work,” Grano concluded.
Next-Mark was founded in 2005 to help client organizations reach their full potential through marketing communications and creative success. Breaking away from the constraints of traditional marketing service organizations, the Next-Mark team facilitates powerful conversations about their clients’ brands, integrating experience, analytics and innovation to develop strategic marketing solutions to meet clients’ individual needs. Next-Mark focuses on internationally and nationally recognized brands along with growing companies across a broad spectrum of categories, including healthcare, technology, retail, hospitality, real estate, environmental, marine products and tourism, among others. With clients from Alaska to The Netherlands, its roster includes industry leaders such as LexisNexis, Elsevier, Nuance Communications, Westfield Corporation, Yarnall Moving and Storage Solutions, CitySide SRQ, California Pizza Kitchen, Ad-Vance Talent Solutions, DOCs of Sarasota, Florida Cataract and Ascom Wireless, among many others. Currently occupying space on Osprey Avenue, the firm will be moving to the downtown Sarasota core at Five Points to take over Suite 100 at 40 South Pineapple effective July 1, 2015.
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