3 Reasons That 2015 Was Our Year

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Savage had a great 2015 – we’re so proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish. Here’s a look back at the highlights.

1. We Drafted a few Fantastic New People

Savage brought on Jacob as a Project Manager, Matt B. as a Digital Assistant, Erin as a Graphic Designer, and Andy as a Project Coordinator. Each one of them is absolutely killing it and our company wouldn’t be what it is without them. This is easily our best Savage team – ever!

2. Our Work Was Next-Level

We supported Doug and Jason, two amazing local entrepreneurs, as they launched SoulBoxer Cocktail Co. They’re super-passionate about what they do, and SoulBoxer has been wildly successful in 2015. Cheers!

We kicked our work with IOI Loders Croklaan up a notch. Savage and IOI Loders worked together to create an award-winning exhibit for the food ingredient industry’s largest trade show. We had a blast on that.

We led the St. Joseph Academy Annual Golf Outing and raised a record-breaking $98,000 for the school. Cory couldn’t be prouder and he is so excited to see the students at St. Joseph Academy learn and grow.

We helped Bublr Bikes enjoy a second crazy year in Milwaukee. Together, we’re looking to hit 100,000 Bublr trips in 2016.

We designed an amazing brand for CityBridge Foundation. The brand reveal at CityBridge in Washington D.C. was easily one of the greatest moments of our year.

3. We Traveled All Over the U.S.

Washington, D.C. Minneapolis. San Francisco. Chicago. Seattle. Nothing can compare to working with our clients face-to-face, learning more about them and sharing our progress points. We also got to snap on-location photography at the U.S. Open, the NFL Draft, and Frieze Art Fair. [Yeah, that was awesome.]

To keep our knowledge current, the Savage team also traveled to a couple industry conferences. Mark and Joel went to Brand New in New York, Erin was at the AIGA design conference in New Orleans, and Lara went to Content Marketing World in Cleveland. They each reported back with work-changing experiences, and we can’t wait to see what they’ll do next year!

2015 was extraordinary. Let’s say that 2016 will be…Savage.

Happy New Year!