“Especially in this industry, specialization and an intimate depth of knowledge are key factors to being a valuable partner." - Mark SImmons, CEO & Managing Director
DURHAM, N.C. (PRWEB) January 13, 2021
Mixed Digital is thrilled to announce miXed digital EDU, which offers consulting and marketing for independent day, boarding, and charter schools across the country. "The creation of this new division allows us to increase the tailored services critical to the success of any independent school”, Mark F. Simmons, CEO of Mixed Digital and Managing Director of miXed digital EDU explains, “Especially in this industry, specialization and an intimate depth of knowledge are key factors to being a valuable partner." Backed with deep fundraising experience and over $500M raised, the team helps independent schools meet their enrollment, development, and diversity goals by providing modern solutions born of over 100 years of industry experience.
At Success Academy, a charter school in the NYC area, team members orchestrated a marketing campaign that increased applications for the 2012-2013 school year and drove incremental brand awareness. Locally, at the Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill, the team was able to manage a successful Facebook Ads campaign to promote their Fall Tours, increasing buzz and new applications. With experience consulting and executing campaigns for independent schools locally and throughout the country— miXed digital EDU has valuable experience in helping these unique educational institutions meet their goals.
Headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, Mixed Digital has clients across the U.S. and abroad— serving private schools, B2B and B2C clients looking to increase demand and generate revenue for their operations. Having managed over $10m in client media since their inception, Mixed Digital achieves real results by providing efficient lead-to-revenue solutions that generate measurable ROI. The team harnesses their expertise to guide independent schools on their path to increased awareness, lead generation, and enrollment.