In response to a need for a full-service, end-to-end marketing firm, a group of specialized firms, of which SEO company, RevBuilders Marketing is a part, united their efforts to craft a winning proposal.
EnviroSolutions Inc. (ESI), a sustainable waste solution company servicing regions throughout the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic United States, selected the proposal to handle the design, development and launch of a new website. Additionally, the team, led by John Brand of Brand Design, will handle the management of an online and social marketing campaign for ESI.
“Brand presented a marketing team that offered our company a practical and real world approach to our website development needs. Their team displayed a thorough knowledge of the latest search engine optimization technology while offering comprehensive creative and research resources to produce a website that our customers can locate while providing useful information in an easy to navigate format.” stated Marc Shaener, Director of Market Development for EnviroSolutions.
“We put together the strongest team possible to meet the needs of the client” says John Brand of Brand Design. “By uniting, we are providing ESI with expertise and value: Scot Small with RevBuilders for SEO and online marketing, Northern Line’s Leslie VanSant for marketing research and consulting, Jamie Gorman with Sigma College of Small Business for social media and business development, and Brand Design for creative. We really have the best of the best on this project.”
The coalition of companies represents one way in which smaller businesses are competing with large firms for major contracts, and winning work for which they could not compete alone. Partnering enables small businesses to have the same ability to survive tough economies as larger corporations with the resources to provide full-service solutions.
“By combining our resources, we were able to attack and win a project that otherwise wouldn’t have happened,” says Scot Small, President and CEO of RevBuilders Marketing. “Our partnership was able to beat some pretty big marketing firms as a result. Teamwork is a powerful thing.”