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Proxense, a tech startup serving healthcare with wireless solutions, hired Merry Ann to build buzz and generate sales leads. Merry Ann collaborated with the sales team and senior management to create strategic messaging, run content marketing projects and conduct outreach....

A community organization needed to define effective messaging and cohesive branding to better compete. The challenge was to create an overarching identity, mission and vision for all the institution offers—art exhibits, tropical garden, memorials for military veterans, art classes. 'Lightbulbs going on' Following a collaborative branding scoping...

As part of a pivot necessitated by new regulations, Exceed Enterprises sought to update its brand with a new tagline, mission and vision statement. The organization provides jobs, training and life enrichment opportunities for the disabled. Exceed also provides flexible, supervised workforces comprised of workers...

Merry Ann Moore created brand messaging and web content for a forestry group. The work included a communications audit of supporters and critics, keyword research and tagline development....

Merry Ann developed a cross-platform communications strategy to engage with voters in a political campaign to renew a school tax that provides roughly ten percent of Sisters School District's annual budget....

Merry Ann provided a broad range of strategic communications--message platform, personas, rebranding, web content--for a collaborative comprised of 19 forest restoration stakeholders....

For a guitar builder with a fanatical following, Merry Ann developed messaging, print and digital content, and overall guidance on strategic communications, helping the startup on the road to success....

Moore Creative and market research firm The Pulse Group were retained to create a single brand for four NGOs, identify prospective new funding sources (foundations, agencies, corporations), develop messaging compelling to target audiences, and recommend outreach strategies....