Yesterday our team at Fusion Marketing went to Metro Detroit’s first Pokémon GO / Food truck rally event. More than 2000 people showed up to take advantage of the lure modules running all night.
We provide many clients with both digital and hard copies (disks) of their custom designs, logos, and artwork. We archive all projects but do not under any circumstances guarantee that we can provide you with an additional copy (digital or tangible) should your master copy become misplaced, deleted, corrupt or anything else. Computers can crash, files can be lost, hard drives can break, the list goes on and on…
Each year, the Roseville Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Roseville area a great place to live, work and play.
Tired of attending networking events failing to connect qualified information technology professionals and employers, industry veterans David Phillips and Bob Waltenspiel opted for a return to basics – meeting and mingling in casual after-hours gatherings not unlike a speed dating session. Today their networking group is called IT in the D, and it’s responsible for organizing massive semi-annual gatherings for a specific set of job seekers – impacting more than 1,000 tech professionals so far. The next event – a “Pink Slip Party” – is Thursday in downtown Detroit.
Standing out from the crowd has never been easy. That’s particularly true where start-up and medium-sized companies are concerned, when marketing budgets are tight and that media “splash” is elusive. Roseville-based Fusion Marketing is waging an active, passionate campaign to change the rules of the game for clients seeking a bigger share of their respective markets.