Clutch announces Tronvig Group as top advertising and marketing agency
Last Thursday, Clutch published a report recognizing Tronvig Group at the top of their list of high-performing advertising and marketing agencies with proven records of client satisfaction. We are delighted to say that we have been identified as a top advertising agency and thought we’d give ourselves a moment to look back on what we were able to accomplish together with our business and nonprofit clients, in their own words.
Tronvig Group is making an enormous difference.
Our Brand Strategy work has been described as “an inspiration that has sparked an internal revolution” (Dr. Melanie Johnson, VP of Visitor Experience and Education, Space Center Houston) and it has been rewarding to hear that our “thoughtful and effective strategy work” is making an “enormous difference” (Kristy Chase Tozer, VP Marketing and Sales, Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo) in institutions that exist to do good in our communities. We’ve refined our tool set over the past 20 years to be able to employ our Brand Pyramid to “extract something this accurate and streamlined” (Katherine Sarkis, Director, Brand Marketing and Creative, International Rescue Committee), finding creative ways to help our clients make the world better.
What you do is powerful stuff.
Not to keep our business clients from having their say as well: “Your recommendations are clear, profound in their implications and immediately actionable. It’s amazing how deeply you have been able to understand our company from your brand workshops and ten client interviews.” (Vice President, Asset Management Firm) and “Thanks to all our work together and the Brand Pyramid, our global marketing finally has a solid foundation and direction. We’ve come an amazingly long way in the last five months!” (Chief Communications Officer, Global Insurance Firm)
Only after we go through the rigorous brand diagnostic process do we develop and roll out the brand identity. It’s not unusual for the collateral to be called “something of a miracle!” (Suzanne Nossel, Executive Director, PEN America) or “the best thing we have ever had in my entire thirty years of being part of this organization” (Dominic Belmonte, CEO, Golden Apple Foundation). Based on the results, we think the hard strategic work upfront pays off.
Substantiated and effective marketing guidance.
So if your organization could use “a goldmine—a modest yet brilliant expert” (Renee Rothstein, Senior VP, Strategic Communications and Marketing, The Jewish Federations of North America) or “insightful truth-tellers” that deliver “substantiated and effective marketing guidance” (Susan Fisher Sterling, Director, National Museum of Women in the Arts) to develop a 360 brand, please feel free to drop us a line.
Thank you, not only to our clients, but to all who read our emails and this blog.