Ok. In reality, it was probably past time.
We needed a fresh new site. One that accurately reflects who we are and what we believe. That shows we do more than ignite a creative spark – that we launch our clients’ brands to previously unreachable heights. A site that allows us to speak with, not just to. A site that captures both the altitude to which we aspire and the attitude that helps us get there.
Our website redesign is just part of our overall brand evolution. Our former brand cry, “Burn to Create,” rang true seven years ago. But we’ve changed. We still burn for great results, no question. But we spend less time running around with our hair aflame and more time strategically addressing issues. Next year will be our 20th anniversary. Which means we’ve still not reached the age of maturity. Still, we feel very grown up. Our new brand reflects who we are today. An agency that works smarter, not just harder. And that can take you exactly where you want to go.
More Is Yet To Come
As for the website, we’re going to make continual, ongoing refinements to ensure that our digital embodiment accurately portrays our physical. Our new media center will launch in several weeks. So be sure to check back frequently. Or just subscribe to our blog’s RSS feed to get notified about updates automatically. (If you’re unsure how to use RSS, check out this easy tutorial.)
We’ve got some big plans for this new blog of ours. Expect frequent updates with the latest happenings in the world of advertising and marketing. Some fresh insights gleaned from current projects. Unfiltered glimpses into the personalities that make up Greteman Group.
More importantly, we invite you to join the dialogue. It’s hard work being insightful all on our own, so bring your ideas, opinions and stories. The more the idea-ier.
It’s been difficult to find the time for our own brand when we’re busy taking care of clients. Do you sometimes feel the same way? That you get so bogged down in the day-to-day that you never have the luxury of stepping back and taking a clear look at your marketing messages and if they still mesh with who you are?