Companies band together to offer graphic design resources
on Wednesday,January 05,2011 21:01
For start-up companies, it is important to get their name out on the market to gain popularity and clients. However, logos and website designs may be necessary to obtain the highest-possible exposure.
Recently, firms in the Wisconsin area decided to make it easier on local entrepreneurs looking for quality graphic designs. Clear Verve, Catral Doyle Creative and Welke group announced that they will begin offering their services to small businesses for a limited time, according to Overnight Prints, a graphic design news site.
The companies' efforts are a part of the Tri-Adathon campaign, which will last for a 24-hour period in January. This is the second annual campaign, which is dedicated to providing entrepreneurs with the design resources they need to get their feet off the ground.
"The reaction from last year's event was overwhelmingly positive and it felt really good for us to be able to do something for these organizations that we wanted to give other organizations the opportunity," Clear Verve president Christina Steder told the news source.
Employment of graphic designers is expected to increase by 13 percent over the next seven years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The demand for the services from high profile companies may result in more job opportunities for individuals interested in entering the industry.
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