This was such a collaborative and successful effort. We are very pleased with the results NYU is already experiencing.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 17, 2008
Greater Than One, a leading digital advertising agency, created New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies' new website, resulting in the win of a Gold Award in the 2008 UCEA Marketing and Publications Awards. The Marketing and Publications Awards recognize the best marketing practices and promotional pieces in the field of continuing education.
Says Elizabeth Izard Apelles, President: "This was such a collaborative and successful effort. We are very pleased with the results NYU is already experiencing."
This past February at the 16th Annual UCEA Marketing Seminar, Greater Than One and NYU's SCPS hosted a workshop using the new website as a case study. Leaders in the field attended to hear how the website utilizes creative strategic thinking and innovative marketing tactics.
To see the new website, visit:
About New York University, School of Continuing and Professional Studies:
Widely known for one of the most respected post-baccalaureate continuing education programs in the United States, SCPS has transformed itself as well into NYU's fourth largest graduate school and fifth largest undergraduate college. Its curricula reflect the highest standards of the University and New York's own driving energy, applied and specialized knowledge, and creativity.
About Greater Than One:
Greater Than One is a full-service interactive marketing agency dedicated to helping clients communicate with their customers through the latest digital channels. Founded in April 2000 and headquartered in lower Manhattan, with a branch in the EU, Greater Than One has grown organically and steadily by focusing on its most important success metric -- customer satisfaction.
Our client list includes Fortune 500 companies as well as smaller non-profit organizations, and our broad industry experience spans multiple sectors including healthcare, education, media & entertainment, government, publishing, and travel.