Manhattan, NY (PRWEB) December 18, 2009
F1GMedia, a full service media firm based in New York City (http://www.f1gmedia.com), launched its streamlined interactive website this month. The website was designed to effectively communicate F1GMedia’s capabilities along with encouraging dialogue. The forum tab provides a space where clients, potential clients, and industry peers can discuss topics generated by current events, the participants, or the site administrator.
F1GMedia has continued to grow since its inception, providing an array of services within the business and entertainment industries. By utilizing their targeted business strategies to acquire clients in the sports arena, F1GMedia has captured the attention of the Sports and Diversity division of the New York Times.
“One who works hard becomes a hard worker, one who works smart becomes the hard worker's boss," says Chris Collie. As the CEO of F1GMedia, this motto is Collie’s way of life and as these few short years passed, he’s found himself in the midst of great success and opportunity. F1GMedia has stretched out its wings to cover Talent Management, Public Relations, Marketing, Brand Management, and Business Consulting.
F1GMedia began by providing non-exclusive model management. With bigger ideas, Collie’s keen business sense secured a list of his models in campaigns like, Macy’s Back- to- School campaign, Roc-a-wear‘s national Sleep Sexy launch campaign, Lacoste Show (NY Fashion Week), and the Xbox launch for Guitar Hero and Call Of Duty 4. Now with a list of clients that include: Tanyka Renee of the New York Majesty (Lingerie Football League), Izzi Handbags (International-designer), NYFashionConnect.com (interactive online mall), and Fresh Out the Box (Sneaker Distribution Company), F1GMedia is “working smart” garnering attention of potential lucrative client related business deals as well as potential new clients.
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