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Minority Certification Announcement

Minority Business Certification

nmdsc_logoIt took a few tries and a LOT of documentation (even my birth certificate!) but yes, Creative Ideology is now a Certified MBE which stands for Minority Business Enterprise. I don’t know if I consider myself an enterprise but enterprising… yes! I went all the way to NYC for the orientation and got to meet some great people from the NY & NJ Minority Services Development Council (NYNJMSDC how’s that for an acronym?).

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Portfolio Addition: New look and new website for SEI Design Group

SEI Design Group is a architectural firm recognized by their work in K-12, Higher Education, Healthcare, Hospitality and Commercial projects. They were getting ready to celebrate their 10th anniversary and wanted to modernize their brand and website. They met with Michelle Martorell at Creative Ideology and requested that their new brand, needed to have some of the old brand legacy look but with a modern twist.

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SEI Design Group Branding

SEI Design Group Brand Refresh!

SEI Design group and Creative Ideology had been working on this new brand refresh since last year and they finally unveiled their new brand at an industry trade show a week or so ago so we can now show everyone.

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New Creative Ideology Office

Moving to bigger and better things…

Creative Ideology has moved again!

We now are located in a larger office at 1595 Elmwood Avenue, Suite 4. The location is a bit more centric by McQuaid School in Brighton. The new office has a bit more room to add some help and enough room to put a meeting area with a small kitchen.

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Networking can be fun!

When you own your own business and you need to drum up some work… where do you go? NETWORKING!

Networking can be a lot of fun. I recently went to a Mardi Gras inspired networking party at Champlin & Associates. They really go all out and do it all for a good cause.

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night skiing

Night Skiing

I went night skiing once 8 years ago when I was still a newbie at the whole skiing experience. I admit, I was scared. Never having skied as a kid in high school, like most kids around here, it didn’t give me any nostalgia. I was cold. I couldn’t see well. The weird shadows the trees made in the snow, with the funky lights, made the terrain hard to figure out in my untrained eyes.

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