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New York, NY – Strategic branding and digital agency Sequel today announced a partnership with HELP/PSI to reposition and rebrand the New York City–based community healthcare services organization.
Sequel principal Wendy Blattner will share the stage with Peyton Patterson, President and CEO of Bankwell Financial Group, at the American Banker Financial Services Marketing & Innovation Symposium in New York City.
After the announcement of the formation of Prager Metis CPAs, LLC, which is the result of a merger between two long-standing firms Prager and Fenton LLP and Metis Group LLC, the firm is proud to announce its new brand image — complete with a new logo, tag line and an exceptional positioning statement, which will guide the firm going forward.
For the third straight year, Sequel has worked in partnership with the Bank of America team to help shape the enterprise-wide story into a meaningful investor audience narrative. In 2012, as in past years, this story has also been designed to resonate with employees as well as customers as it continues to advance the bank’s brand transformation.
MSC Industrial Supply Co. (NYSE: MSM), the premier national distributor of maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) products and services, collaborated with Sequel to translate the MSC brand into a visitor experience for their new corporate campus in Davidson, North Carolina.
As a mainstay in the celebration and curation of world-class design and creativity, Graphis has chosen Sequel as an award winner for its brand development and design program for the local craft brewery aptly named Rockaway Brewing Company.
Mark your calendars! We’re excited about our invitation to participate in this year’s Marketing and Innovation Symposium sponsored by American Banker. The theme of our talk is “How David Can Out-Market Goliath” and it showcases the success around the reinvention of the small-town bank model for the Bankwell Financial Group, headquartered in New Canaan, CT.
These days, most annual reports are little more than a letter from the CEO and a page or two of highlights wrapped around the 10-K. No context to help explain good or bad performance, no details or proof points about long-term vision, and certainly no effort to help an average shareholder understand the management discussion and analysis (MD&A) section.
Right now, every business has felt or continues to feel it. Spending is down. Skepticism among consumers, employees, and shareholders is high. Marketers are unsure how to best leverage the limited resources they have, but they recognize times of uncertainty are opportunities to increase market- and mind-share. Where to start?
As we’re all aware, the digital age has given us the ability to reach an enormous audience quickly and more frequently. Through RSS feeds, Twitter, and the older standbys of e-mail and Web sites, a world’s worth of consumers has become a viable, and fairly instantaneous, target.
As a CMO, you may often feel there’s a target on your back. You’re under constant pressure to achieve results, especially in a challenging economy — yet those results can be hard to quantify with the precision other executives are able to summon. It’s no wonder that the average CMO’s tenure lasts less than two years. The question is, does it have to be that way?