My work with Roberta began over seven years ago with a corporate identity project. As you will witness from the finished logo, Roberta is well-versed in drawing attention and delivering a compelling, well-crafted story for her business as well as for her clients.Read More
Next Level customers mainly consist of those who have experienced an injury and require recovery assistance as well as individuals (mostly athletes) who seek strategies and techniques to avoid future injuries. The practice's most recent project included delivering the company's compelling story to the Internet in the form of a website with built-in mobile compatibility and the ability to evolve.Read More
Because we run a local business, we are consistently asked to participate in community-based fundraising projects. In some cases, this means writing a check. However, our preferred means of contributing is by offering EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank marketing expertise in place of money.Read More
Last year, we needed to contact Brad and googled his website to find his phone number. Immediately we discovered that we had just unearthed one of the most archaic/throwback websites (circa 1995) on the Internet. The intended content of our telephone conversation flipped on its side, and immediate "brand rescue" initiated.Read More
McGlynn, Clinton & Hall's website was recently updated to reflect a more modern appearance as well as boosted mobile device compatibility.Read More
One of the most rewarding aspects of my profession, is my constant exposure to people from all walks of life, with unique knowledge and interests. I learn something new every single day.
Richard Jurek, who with David Meerman Scott, recently co-authored: “Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program”–the beautiful coffee table book concerning what has now become to be known as: 'The most successful marketing and public relations campaign in history.’
During the workday, Richard is a high-level corporate executive. In his spare time, he is a space enthusiast who collects artifacts from the space program–including space-flown, US, two dollar bills. Many of these bills, signed by astronauts and crew members, are available for viewing at Richard’s virtual gallery at the Jefferson Space Museum, www.jeffersonspacemuseum.com.
EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank, recently assisted Mr. Jurek, in the redesign and development of the online museum website/blog.
Unlike a brick-and-mortar museum, where you are several inches away from the displays, the Jefferson Space Museum brings the artifacts to near lifelike proportion and clarity.
TIP OF THE DAY: For those parents of vacationing school students, this might be a good week to plan a quick visit!
As Richard Jurek states: “Make sure you stop by the gift shop on your way out.” — Doug.
With co-author, Richard Jurek, the duo has created the soon to be released “coffee table book,” Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program, published by MIT Press.
David and Richard are both space enthusiasts and a collectors of historic space artifacts from the Apollo program. With their lifelong passion for space, as a major motivator, the pair delivers the story of our country’s race to the moon–and the most successful marketing and public relations campaign in history–that helped make it all happen.
To learn more about this hardbound museum piece, or to pre-order a copy, point your browser to: marketingthemoon.com, the book’s promotional website, created by EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank. – Doug.