For decades, family-owned Camp Friendship has attracted children from across the globe. In 2018, camp leaders came to us with a new logo which we developed into a full brand identity. Finally, Camp Friendship’s website and communications “100% represent who we are and what actually happens here”.
Inspired by the organization’s commitment to “Housing for All”, we designed a new brandmark and website that embodies a spirit of optimism and an ongoing commitment to inclusivity and equity.
Embarking on the next chapter When is a leaf not a leaf? When it's the next chapter! Bernards Township Library needed more aggressive marketing, indicated by …
"E.A. Clore Sons, Inc." has crafted heirloom-quality furniture since 1830. Family-owned and -operated for six generations, Clore is an American success story, a celebration of …
Central Virginia’s economic development organization reintroduced the region to the world with a refreshed brand and marketing program to attract young talent. A generic name, outdated …
In response to community research that showed a lack of brand awareness, the Alexandria Library revitalized its marketing efforts to turn a fresh face to the community and re-engage them in all the Library had to offer.
As AccuTec grew its brand portfolio across multiple industries, we worked right alongside them to establish a visual identity and create a marketing program that …
Projected to open in late 2018, McIntire Botanical Garden aims to celebrate native Virginia flora and educate the public on conservation. But first, the Garden needed a new logo to anchor fundraising and promotions prior to opening day and beyond.
Strategic planning is a process of discoveries and decisions. For Ypsilanti District Library (YDL) in Ypsilanti–affectionately "Ypsi"–Michigan, the process became the occasion for customers and prospective customers …
With student recruitment and retention as primary goals, The Ivy Group developed a branding, outreach, and communications program to optimize Central Virginia Community College’s (CVCC) presence in and influence on its primary marketplace.
A fun and creative company, Bright Ideas approached The Ivy Group for a little branding TLC. A client-centric group, they spent so much time making …
To give membership a boost and re-energize their existing base, Global Alliance turned to The Ivy Group.
The Ivy Group designed a logo for New Country Organics, an organic feed company based in Waynesboro, Virginia.
Children, Youth, and Family Services (CYFS) of Central Virginia was often mistaken for a government program. The organization’s name was lengthy and (dare we say …
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.--A new sign outside the Virginia Institute of Autism catches the eye on a drive down Westwood Road. After serving community families affected by …