A shout-out to Denver-based brand consulting and marketing firm Brand Iron, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. During the past decade, the firm has grown from literally a one-man shop to one with a dozen employees.
Brand Iron has added two new clients: General Payment Systems and VoIP My Biz. Brand Iron will support both Denver-based companies in creating brand awareness, broadening external communication methods, and overall marketing implementatio
Brand Iron has added three new clients: Accruit, the leader in like-kind exchange (LKE) and qualified intermediary services (QI); Wazee Companies, the parent company of Wazee Electric, Wazee Crane and Wazee Wind; and Office Evolutions, a provider of virtual office solutions. Brand Iron will support the three Denver-based companies in creating brand awareness, broadening external communication methods, and overall marketing implementation.
Brand Iron named Kassandre Linstroth as brand manager and Leilani Derr as graphic designer. Linstroth will be charged with creating and implementing strategies for Brand Iron clients; Derr, who joins the agency’s creative team, will be responsible for providing Brand Iron clients with creative concepting and design for both print and website applications.
Brand Iron has announced three new clients: Boone Heart Institute, a health organization offering preventative cardiology through heart screening; Revive, manufacturer of natural, organic lawn care products; and Winning Medicine International, global provider of action sports event medical service. Brand Iron will support the three Denver-based companies in creating brand awareness, broadening external communication methods, and overall marketing implementation.
Brand Iron has added three companies to its agency roster: human capital solutions company WilsonHCG, residential home builder Craft Development and energy industry service and staffing firm Petroleum Field Services.
Brand Iron has named Abbey O’Neal as its newest brand manager. In this role, O’Neal will provide day-to-day account management for a range of clients. O’Neal joins the firm after serving as an account executive with Porter Novelli in its Boston office. Prior to this, she held a position with Schenkein, where she led and supported a number of local and national accounts.