Print and digital advertising are functional marketing tools to position your brand as a subject matter expert. Vive has established healthy relationships with industry-specific publications like Plastics News, Plastics Technology, Plastics Business Magazine & Metal Forming. Realizing your customers use these resources as a foundation to make business decisions, we take pride in creating compelling campaigns that stop a reader in their tracks.
A human’s average attention span is 8.5 seconds. In other words, intelligent-sounding website copy isn’t enough to captivate the curiosity of your website viewers. We energetically suggest enhancing your 24/7 sales tool with professionally captured custom photography. Do you have a unique manufacturing facility? What about an impressive machinery lineup? Showcase it with custom photography. You won’t regret it. — Oh, and don’t worry, our team will do the heavy liftin’.
What’s one of the first pieces of material your prospect or customer sees? Sales Collateral. Our team of content writers and graphic designers takes ample time creating marketing deliverables that not only last but stand out. Have a trade show or talent-recruitment fair on the horizon? Stand out with branded marketing collateral pieces.
Videos help vividly illustrate services, capabilities, or even proven success. In fact, studies have shown that video viewers retain 95% more of a message when they watch it, compared to 10% when reading it.
Pass the baton to us.
Our team will lead the communication storyboard planning and editing, script, music, graphic text, voice-over, and edit recommendations.
Having deep ties to industry-specific manufacturing trade shows like the KShow, NPE, FABTECH, and MD&M, we understand the eagerness to capture an attractive ROI. Vive supports this initiative by developing a strategic pre, during, and post-show marketing strategy.
Nothing beats a classic face-to-face conversation. We’re here to provide the best booth aesthetic, look, feel, and welcoming sensation to get those professional exchanges started.