MarCom Alliance to Lead Panel at Pennsylvania Marketing Summit

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MarCom Alliance to Lead Panel at Pennsylvania Marketing Summit

The MarCom Alliance will have a major presence at the Pennsylvania Marketing Summit, a day-long educational conference for marketing executives taking place October 18 at the Ritz-Carlton in Philadelphia.

Managing Partner Kim Landry is set to moderate a panel on “Building a Successful Brand/Agency Collaboration.” Panelists for that session include marketing executives from AmerisourceBergen, Drexel’s LeBow College of Business, the Philadelphia Eagles, Rothman Institute and SEI.

Most of the panelists and 70% of the attendees will be marketing leaders from major brands, corporations, cultural institutions and nonprofits. Leaders of local, regional and national marketing agencies make up the other 30%.

The MarCom Alliance is 10 marketing communications firms in one: a breakthrough business model that gives clients one-stop access to comprehensive marketing services from collaborating specialty businesses. For marketing executives, the Alliance offers a third option that disrupts the either-or choice between juggling multiple vendors and overspending on a large agency.

At the MarCom Alliance booth, attendees can meet leaders from Alliance partner firms, including Allied Pixel, Debra Malinics Advertising, Embarq Creative, EMC Outdoor, Hollister Creative, Pau Hana Productions, Perfection Events and Philly Marketing Labs.

To download the Summit agenda or purchase a ticket, visit https://icsummits.com/usa#/pennsylvania.

 

Hollister Creative Wins Award for Museum Exhibition Website

Communicator awards honor excellence in marketing and communications

Hollister Creative, a Philadelphia area marketing communications agency, has been honored with a 2017 Communicator Award for the James A. Michener Art Museum’s Charles Sheeler exhibition website, Charlessheeler.org. The recognition continues the agency’s winning streak for international awards, bringing its total to 24 in the last five years.

The museum, located in Bucks County, wanted a special website for the exhibition on Sheeler, a Condé Nast fashion photographer from 1926 to 1931. Museum leaders challenged Hollister Creative to make the entire site design a reflection of Sheeler’s unique sensibility, creating an environment that would inspire interest in the exhibition and drive ticket sales. Hollister’s designers followed the spirit of the artist to design the Charles Sheeler website as he might have designed it.

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Hollister Creative’s Kim Landry to speak about digital marketing and Bigfoot-sized online footprints

PHILADELPHIA, June 2, 2017 — Hollister Creative President Kim Landry will kick off the Urban League’s 2017 Empowerment Week on Monday, June 5, with an informative workshop on stomping the competition, called “Bigfoot Will Be Found: Why and How to Have a Monstrous Digital Footprint.”

Co-sponsored by the Wharton Small Business Development Center and the Asian Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia, the workshop will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Wharton School’s Jon M. Huntsman Hall, 3730 Walnut St, Philadelphia.

Landry’s workshop uses the analogy that a monstrous footprint might be a bad thing to see in your backyard, but on the Web, a monstrous footprint is a great thing for your business. A business’ “digital footprint” is a way to describe the total number of places the business has appeared online, leaving tracks across the Internet landscape. The more tracks you leave, the more likely it is that customers searching for your type of business will find you.

“I’m thrilled to take part, for the second year in a row, in this annual effort to help minority-owned businesses grow,” said Landry, who is also a managing partner of the Marcom Alliance. “For a business to thrive in today’s digital world, it’s imperative to cultivate a strong online presence — a Bigfoot-sized digital footprint. I’m looking forward to sharing ways to achieve that goal.”

Admission to the Bigfoot session costs $20, and space is limited. For more information or to register, go to http://www.urbanleaguephila.org/event/bigfoot-will-found-monstrous-digital-footprint/

Hollister Creative (hollistercreative.com) is a national award-winning marketing and web design agency focused on the needs of service businesses and nonprofits.

The Urban League of Philadelphia (urbanleaguephila.org) has been helping African Americans in the Philadelphia region improve their lives since 1917, and is celebrating 100 years of empowering lives and changing communities throughout Philadelphia.

Hollister Creative Named One of Agency Spotter’s Top 20 Marketing Agencies

Philadelphia, PA, February 15, 2017 — Hollister Creative, a Philadelphia marketing services and web design company, is thrilled to announce that it has been ranked 9th nationwide out of 20 firms that made Agency Spotter’s quarterly Top 20 Marketing Agencies Report.

Agency Spotter collates and reviews data, including research and insights, on top marketing agencies and design firms, marketing trends and the future of marketing.

The most recent Top 20 Marketing Agencies Report evaluated more than 2,800 marketing agencies based on criteria that included marketing strategy, public relations, experiential marketing, promotions, portfolio, client reviews, projects and more.

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Hollister Creative Wins Two National Awards For Outstanding Graphic Design

Philadelphia, PA, January 3, 2017 — Hollister Creative, Inc., the Philadelphia marketing communications agency, is pleased to announce it closed out 2016 with two new awards for outstanding graphic design: an international Davey Award for a fundraising case for support booklet and an American Graphic Design Award for an annual report.

Earlier in 2016, the agency won a Communicator Award in the category “Newsletter for an Educational Institution.” The three awards this year bring Hollister Creative’s total to 31 in the past 5 years.

Hollister’s 2016 Davey Award was for the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer’s “Legacy Into Promise” case for support booklet. Nearly 4,000 entries were submitted for Davey Awards. Winners were selected by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA) to honor “creative Davids” around the world — small firms that achieve results for their clients through out-of-the-box thinking instead of a “Giant’s payroll.”

Hollister’s 2016 American Graphic Design Award was for the AO North America Annual Report. Winners were selected by Graphic Design USA from among 10,000 entries submitted in various categories. The American Graphic Design Awards honor and promote excellence in design across many formats and disciplines.

“Competing for awards with the best agencies worldwide is motivating for our creative team, and winning is gratifying for us and the clients whose projects are honored. We are especially proud to advance the visibility of nonprofit clients such as AO North America and The Redeemer,” said Kim Landry, President of Hollister Creative.

About Hollister Creative:

Hollister Creative is a national award-winning marketing communications agency focused on the needs of service businesses and nonprofits. The agency’s clients are clustered in the fields of business and professional services, education, health and human services, charities and causes, manufacturing, real estate, culture, entertainment, media and sports. Learn more at http://www.hollistercreative.com.

Philadelphia Business Journal spreads the word about MarCom Alliance as a new ‘third option’

As a MarCom Alliance Partner, Hollister Creative is excited to share this news with the PACT community

Under the headline 10 marketing firms launch partnership in Philadelphia, the PBJ reporter wrote:

“In what could be a first for the marketing and communications industry in Philadelphia, a number of locally-based firms have deliberately formed a partnership to work under one umbrella.”

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