Agency Update

So much has happened over the last few months, we thought it was time for an agency update. You might want to grab some popcorn, this may take awhile.

What We’ve Been Doing
A couple of the major projects we’ve just completed include:

The 2011-2012 annual catalog for Gensun Casual Living, an outdoor furniture manufacturer. The catalog features custom illustrations to make it stand out from traditional furniture catalogs which typically just feature product shots.

A new website for Forza Power Studios, an indoor cycling studio.

What We’re Doing Now
We’re expanding.
We’ve asked Ray Pustinger, business consultant extraordinaire, to head up our new board of advisors. Basically, Ray gives us advice, and we take it ‘cause it’s damn good advice.

We’re adding new clients.
We just became agency of record for Chigoyenetche, Grossberg & Clouse, one of the top law firms in Southern California. We’ll be doing a ton of work for them including market research and strategy, rebranding, custom photography and on-going public relations, search engine optimization campaigns and web maintenance/updates.

We’ve also been doing research (focus groups and competitive analysis), creating marketing pieces and redesigning a website for Enact Partners, a real estate investment consulting firm.

Then, there’s the work we’ve been doing for La Rocque – tradeshow materials, a company video and brochure, corporate identity pieces, e-blasts, direct mail and more.

What We’re About to Do
Order our new Echo-Factory bike jerseys.
The good people of Facebook have voted and we’re going with the jersey they wanted. It just so happens to be the one Mike wanted too. I’d say it was a coincidence except he was the one that set up the poll. Anyways, if you want a jersey, let us know. We’ll get you one for $55.

Grow More.
There are some deals in the works. I can’t say anymore but just know there are some really good clients coming our way. Stay tuned to find out more and if you haven’t already, check us out on Facebook. It’ll keep you current on the latest Echo-Factory shenanigans.