This is what we believe:
Good design and great ideas do not need to
cost a lot.
Small businesses deserve quality marketing and advertising advice.
Your success is the only true measure of our effectiveness.
Good communication prevents friction.
Small business is where the action is.
This is how we work:
We get to know you and your business. It doesn’t have to be formal. Perhaps a cup of coffee and a notepad will do. We’ll find out what you do and why you do it.
We’ll develop a proposal that confirms that we understand the project at hand. Here is where we will outline the scope, direction and the cost of the project. We’ll have another set of conversations to make sure that you’re comfortable with all aspects of the plan.
We’ll have a kick-off meeting either in person or on the phone to get the ball rolling and get you familiar with and excited about the process.
We’ll get cracking with the creative aspects of your project. If we come upon a new technology or process that could help your project do more, save money or be completed faster, we’ll let you know.
We’ll have an unveiling either in person or on the phone and get your feedback on our design directions. You make suggestions, we make changes, and you provide final approval.
We’ll deploy your project and monitor its progress.
Contact us today to get your project rolling. We’ve got great ideas, and we can’t wait to use them to help your business succeed. We look forward to working with you!
This is what our clients have to say:
“M19 Media gets it. This company fully understands the value of great marketing combined with break-through creative delivered at a price that’s affordable for today’s small business. Franklin Parrish leads the team with insightful, intelligent creative that hits the mark without hitting too deeply into clients’ pockets. M19 Media delivers Fortune 500 thinking to today’s savvy small business owner. M19 delivers!”
–Bill K., Marketing Consultant
“Franklin and M19 Media went above and beyond to establish a brand / logo for my business. He listened intently to my vision and then created many options for me to chose from, presenting each in a professional and well thought out way. If you are looking for someone who sees things from all angles and isn’t afraid to look not only outside the box, but under it and over it, this is your man. Book him now before he is too busy to take on new clients!”
–Mary F., Roundtable Communications
“We get so many compliments on our logo, so we want to thank you again for your time and efforts. Take care and have a happy new year!”
–Pennington Dental Associates
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