Davidson Belluso (D/B) made a big splash in the first quarter of the year with an influx of new clients across a variety of sectors. The agency has welcomed nine new organizations to its family of clients spanning the education, government, cause brand, nonprofit and financial sectors.
“We are thrilled with adding these great organizations and are looking forward to helping them succeed in their respective fields,” says Michela Belluso, founder and CEO of Davidson Belluso. “These organizations make an important impact in their community, which is a significant aspect of our work as an agency.”
The recently expanded client roster includes the Arizona Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing, one of the multiple state agencies working with the company. The Commission has contracted with D/B to draw awareness to the employment needs of Arizona’s deaf, hard of hearing and deaf/blind community through a comprehensive campaign, including strategy, creative and public relations.
Heidi’s Village is a newly-launched animal welfare organization in the Valley. D/B is being tasked with creating the visual brand for the animal safe haven’s website.
Another state client, the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office is looking to D/B to develop a digital campaign to promote the Arizona Presidential Preference Election this spring.
Other recent additions to the agency include:
- Ivy Investments for both digital marketing and promotion to increase awareness of its diverse Arizona 529 college savings plan offerings;
- Paradise Valley Unified School District for digital marketing;
- Dysart Unified School District for digital and communications campaigns;
- ALLSTAFF for digital marketing and website design and development;
- Arizona School Boards Association for website design and development;
- Amegy Bank for overall branding and creative development; and,
- Equality Health Foundation for strategic communications planning, marketing, public relations and social media.
“All of the new projects we’re taking on inspire us to get out of our comfort zones and think outside of the box more than ever before,” says Todd Bresnahan, Chief Growth Officer for Davidson/Belluso. “Our team has leveraged our experience along with user research and data to develop approaches that will help position our new clients to be successful in the local market. We can’t wait to get started on these projects and develop great results in the coming months.”
The new accounts come on the heels of a successful contract-renewal with Phoenix College, which is celebrating its 100-year anniversary in 2020. Existing clients for the agency include Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Arizona Family College Savings Program, Arizona Department of Gaming – Division of Problem Gambling, California Bank & Trust, Imaging Endpoints and the Tempe Tourism Office.