"We are modifying our tagline from 'Startup Branding Experts' to 'Branding for Innovators' to encompass all of our clients: organizations small and large, each driven by innovation." -- Aveya Creative Founder and CEO Mariya Bouraima
Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 28, 2016
With decades of collective experience, the team at Aveya Creative works closely with independent entrepreneurs, tech startups and innovative non-profit organizations to brand and market their concepts. Aveya Creative's predominantly startup client companies grow and larger innovative companies are attracted to the on-demand structure for efficiently delivered, affordably priced and expertly presented suite of creative solutions.
"We are modifying our tagline from 'Startup Branding Experts' to 'Branding for Innovators' in order to better apply to all of our clients -- organizations that come in a diverse range of team sizes, each one driven by innovation," announces Aveya Creative Founder and CEO Mariya Bouraima.
Clientele grows over 100% every year since Aveya Creative's launch in 2012. The agency is known for its collaborative creative processes, transparent pricing and personalized approach, but what sets Aveya Creative even further apart from the boutique agency crowd is a new way of coming into contact with branding and marketing services. Customers can can purchase flat-rate projects directly in the newly launched marketplace. Custom proposals are still on the menu. As always, free consultations are available with no obligations.
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About Aveya Creative:
Driven by the mission to transform innovative ideas into extraordinary brands, core services at Aveya Creative are brand strategy, logos and taglines, pitch coaching and design; optimized copywriting, ad creative, press releases and social media management are also part of the mix. Past projects include the development and implementation of brand strategy and marketing materials for entrepreneurs in diverse industries across the US and overseas -- including startups at WeWork worldwide as well as prominent tech accelerators such as 1776 in Washington DC and Y Combinator in San Francisco.