Christian Brothers Academy reports their Capital Campaign has crossed the $5 million mark, and is on track to meet its $5.2 million goal right on schedule.
We couldn’t be prouder.
In a 10-day PR blitz, POSTMKTG client Table Rock Infrastructure Partners rode a wave of interest surrounding private funding of public works to three national news stories, including a featured article in Infrastructure Investor (free registration required), an interview on NPR’s Marketplace, and, to top it all, a lead story on NBC News.
With high-value content and a smart digital strategy, regional manufacturers can now compete directly with industrial giants.
But creating high-value content is no easy task.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of HyperCard, the Internet Archive just published a large collection of stacks, or Hypercard programs, including one I wrote, MagMaker. MagMaker was a full interactive magazine development environment. Unfortunately, MagMaker was published about, oh, 10 minutes before Netscape Navigator made the World Wide Web accessible to the common man, making it almost instantly obsolete.
Yet, this humble application did score a few firsts.
Unilux Advanced Manufacturing puts a lie to the idea that nobody makes anything in America anymore. POSTMKTG helped Unilux to revamp its brand architecture, revise its graphic standards, completely overhaul its website, build-out its digital platform and implement a comprehensive marketing program.
Albany Community Charter School is a family. But with a longer learning day and longer school year, and a high percentage of students from economically disadvantaged households, teaching at ACCS requires a special level of commitment.
This recent video by POSTMKTG explains why some take on the challenge.
It was all hands on deck this week as the POSTMKTG team worked with San Francisco-based Table Rock Infrastructure Partners on the launch of its new brand and website. Though courted by several heavy-hitters in its home city, the five year-old company put its trust in us to make their case.
While Schenectady’s famous Coca-Cola sign on Broadway is gone, just up the road, a block in on Edison Ave., a squint and some imagination reveals another. Like so many of these signs, it was overpainted once or twice, and is only now fading back into view. But it’s there if you look.