PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ – Marketing directors typically struggle to manage multiple vendors or pay sticker-shock fees to a large agency that assigns their account to a junior associate. Now two successful entrepreneurs have introduced a groundbreaking third option: MarCom Alliance.
MarCom Alliance is a strategic partnership among owners of best-in-class specialty firms in marketing communications, or marcom. It offers business, education and nonprofit organizations a single source for all marketing communications services. It provides deep expertise in every skill set. Most of all, it creates greater value for customers by taking vendor management off their plates and ensuring personal attention from top professionals at a fair price.
MarCom Alliance is the brainchild of Managing Partners Bill Haley and Kim Landry, both of whom have led national-award-winning specialty firms for 20-plus years: Haley at Allied Pixel and Landry at Hollister Creative.
MarCom Alliance officially launched with back-to-back educational events at the Greater Philadelphia and Main Line chambers of commerce on October 21 and 28.
Each of the 10 firms in the MarCom Alliance focuses on one or more specialties, including advertising, branding, blogging, collateral, content, design, email, events, exhibits, photography, promotional items, publications, public relations, research, SEO, SEM, social media, trade shows, translation, video, webcasting and websites.
Partner firms are all physically located in the Philadelphia metropolitan area and primarily serve the Delaware Valley. They collaborate to bring customers exactly what they need, when they need it, from true experts doing what they do best.
In addition to Allied Pixel and Hollister Creative, the MarCom Alliance partners are:
- Debra Malinics Advertising / Debra Malinics
- Embarq Creative / Karen Cohen
- MTM Linguasoft / Myriam Siftar
- Pau Hana Productions / Jim Greipp
- Perfection Events / Mazda Miles
- Powers Brand Communications / Vince Powers
- Search Actions / Cameron Fulton
- The Marketing Difference / Gene Principato