Above is one of the many newsletters that Creative Partners has created and written for Atlas Energy over the years. Atlas is an original client of ours since 1991. We have also written and directed the design for or otherwise provided creative for countless brochures and other types of marketing materials for this NYSE-listed oil and gas investment firm.
Creative Partners created this quarterly newsletter for a local Long Island solar energy company, starting with the name -- Sunny Times™ -- and including the design and writing, industry research, interviews, photography, and so on -- all inclusive. A new customer is featured on the front page of every issue, in hopes of encouraging greater understanding and so-called "relatablitiy" among prospective customers -- and the customers themselves seem thrilled to be included.
In addition to Creative Partners helping corporate leadership educator Dr. Joseph Currier to rewrite and edit his books "Connecting the Dots," and "Managers Must Lead; Leaders Must Manage," we also created the above profile about him. See Dr. Joe's comments about our services on our "Praise for Our Work" page.
Creative Partners created this brochure describing the viability and affordability of solar energy for Long Island's premier solar energy system design and installation company. Creative Partners completed every phase of the project -- we took the photographs, designed the layout, wrote the text, and handled the printing, even the shipping to the client. The client loved the results and has received very positive feedback.
An example of an ad Creative Partners created for a client. This one, which ran in the The Long Island Press, highlighted features of the product/service and recounted the reasons the company itself distinguished itself from others in the marketplace.
Creative Partners was asked to create a marketing flyer about natural gas liquids. This presented a challenge, since we knew next to nothing about the topic. NGLs are byproducts created during the process of purifying natural gas for household use, and are valuable in themselves, as we quickly learned after researching the topic, then choosing appropriate graphics to illustrate their increased production, and writing about them to explain all about them. The client was thrilled with the result!
Sometimes we promote our own business, although this is rare (the shoemaker has no shoes is not just a saying!). This oversized postcard asks, "Need a company makeover?" On the reverse we included a description of the creative services we offered as well as special discount.