We look forward to working with all of ACG’s clients on any and all future online endeavors. ACG has worked with some amazing clients and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to help them showcase the uniqueness of their respective brands.
(PRWEB) April 28, 2011
Blue Lotus Creative, a Vancouver-based digital agency specializing in social media and website design, has totally acquired Vancouver-based social media agency Avalanche Creative Group (ACG) and will be taking over the old companies client-base and software resources.
According to Blue Lotus Creative’s Creative Director Gabriel McCay, “This acquisition is a huge step forward for Blue Lotus Creative. ACG has worked with a wide variety of amazing and unique clients that we want to help and inform. Our aim in this friendly takeover is to grow our local roster of our favourite type of client: small business owners.”
ACG, a small creative company with a three year pedigree, worked primarily on website and brand identity development. They have done everything from designing and launching websites for student run bakeries to shooting short-films and writing Wikipedia pages for aviators and Amelia Earhart enthusiasts. Built from the ground-up by former Vancouver-based CEO Justin Long, ACG’s client list included numerous Vancouver based firms such as Templar Homes, The Mountain Shadow Pub, Planet Hair and Spa and numerous other companies around Canada and the United States.
Blue Lotus Creative, based out of Vancouver for the last three years, also specializes in designing and developing websites for clients in the Vancouver-region but has also worked with clients from around the world. They have developed sites for everything from watch-face designers in the American South to shoes stores in Vancouver.
“At Blue Lotus Creative. our main goal is to serve some of Metro Vancouver’s finest entrepreneurs. We will be working closely with outgoing CEO Justin Long over the next few months to ensure a smooth transition, and we wish him well on all his future business ventures,” said McCay.
According to McCay, ACG and Blue Lotus Creative have both delivered the same kind of services for their clients. This means that that transition from two companies into one will go smoothly. As well, the relatively small size of both companies (each has a total full-time employee list of less than three employees) means that their should be few redundancies that need sorting. McCay said he fully expects that Blue Lotus Creative will be able to deliver the same level of services that ACG provided to its customers.
“We look forward to working with all of ACG’s clients on any and all future online endeavors. ACG has worked with some amazing clients and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to help them showcase the uniqueness of their respective brands. It’s an exciting day for all of us at Blue Lotus Creative!” said McCay.
# # #