Posts Tagged ‘creative services’

International Violin Competition of Indianapolis

September 20th, 2018 by Kristine Warski

The 10th Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis was in the local and international spotlight from the opening ceremony on August 31 to the gala awards ceremony on September 16. And Axiomport was once again proud to help this distinguished organization with their marketing efforts in what is casually known as the ‘Olympics of Violin

Community Health – Giving Gig 2018

April 14th, 2018 by Kristine Warski

Community Health Network Foundation hosted the 5th annual Giving Gig on February 17, 2018. The Giving Gig benefits Community Health Network’s Oncology Patient Assistance Fund, which provides vouchers for food, gas and medication to cancer patients in financial need. This year’s event was held at the downtown Indianapolis Marriott and featured a musical performance by

Gregory & Appel Colts Banner

October 5th, 2017 by Scott Johnson

We love Indy. We love the Colts. So when Indianapolis Colts Partner, Gregory & Appel Insurance, asked us to help them show their pride, we were all in. They asked us again this year to create a large outdoor banner to express their support. Last season, the 2016 banner featured a vertical photo of the

RetroTax Marketing Materials

July 27th, 2017 by Scott Johnson

Since 1996, RetroTax has been helping businesses of all sizes locate and administer incentives worth millions of dollars based on employee demographics and business location. With operations in four states around the U.S. their business development team wanted to simplify their message for presentations, digital channels, and an upcoming web integration with a national partner.

Flora of the Chicago Region – Book Design

June 14th, 2017 by Patricia Prather

And in this corner, weighing in at 8-and-a-half lbs, is Flora of the Chicago Region by Gerald Wilhelm and Laura Rericha, with illustrations by Margot Mazur. This scholarly heavyweight was 15 years in the making with over 100,000 man hours. We joined the project in year 15 to design the book, which has 1,392 pages and contains 2,000

MIBOR Consumer Campaign Continues

April 6th, 2017 by Kristine Warski

Spring is here with all the glory of flowering trees, crisp morning air, sun-drenched days and extended daylight in the evenings, giving us more time to spend with friends and family on our backyard deck or patio. And with the start of spring, we usher in a new season of real estate activity. Homebuying is

The Best Chocolate and More

February 23rd, 2017 by Scott Johnson

The always-amazing folks at The Best Chocolate in Town have really outdone themselves. Not only do they have the best chocolate, truffles, popcorn, toffee, and turtle squares, now they also have the best coffee, espresso, cookies, brownies, cakes and much, much more. And we were pleased to be able to help them with new wall

Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth

August 1st, 2015 by Axiomport

In Indiana, the second leading cause of death among teens is suicide. Community Health Network partnered with Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis to launch a new initiative to address this statewide problem. Together, they created a text service as part of their “Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth” campaign. Now, any young person experiencing suicidal

UIndy Master of Public Health Campaign

June 17th, 2015 by Scott Johnson

The University of Indianapolis is offering a new Master of Public Health degree that focuses on health disparities, where students can combine their passion for public health values and social justice. With hundreds of rewarding careers to pursue in communities ranging from rural to urban to international, we developed a campaign that provides details on

UIndy Summer Classes Campaign

May 21st, 2015 by Scott Johnson

For the first time, the University of Indianapolis is offering an extensive, coordinated curriculum of over 200 classes for the summer of 2015 and Axiomport was enlisted to help spread the word. The campaign objective was to promote the new summer courses not only to UIndy students but also to local residents who attend other