You’ve got a product, a service, an innovation, a stalemate.
We’ll tell your story.
Moore Creative Strategies is for organizations that may need to start small but aim to go big. We’re scrappy, on-demand marketers who recognize not every company has the budget for a pricey agency.
We deliver multichannel marketing, branding, social media engagement, public relations and web content using whatever tools and platforms will move you toward your business goals.
Need help sifting through all the latest-and-greatest possibilities? We do that, with a simple goal always in mind: to make your communications both creative and strategic.
Principal consultant Merry Ann Moore has helped enterprises, startups, PR agencies, government, small businesses and NGOs reach, engage and convert their audiences. Moore Creative can help you, too.
Merry Ann got her start in PR back when bike messenger was the best way to get a media kit to the desk of a San Francisco Chronicle reporter. She’s worked as a corporate marketing specialist for a mortgage finance company, a freelance journalist, a PR account rep serving consumer product and professional services clients, and co-founder of an ecommerce startup.
This broad background is one reason Moore Creative Strategies is a resource for clients across the country. We provide counsel and content spanning many industries and sectors:
- Government agencies
- Public policy
- Small business
Merry Ann is certified in Google Analytics and Moore Creative Strategies is a certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) in the State of Oregon. A long-time activist and volunteer on environmental, education and gun safety issues, Merry Ann helped direct digital and print communications for three successful school tax measures. She was a founding board member of OLAWA (Oregon Land and Water Alliance), served on the executive committees for Sierra Club groups in Oregon and California, and chaired the San Francisco group.
Merry Ann has a BA in European history and art history from Harvard University and a “licence” from Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier, France.