Having been the owner of Pure Vision for more than 7 years, backed by my experience and education in marketing, photography, and design, I find myself often frustrated when clients are reluctant to take my professional expert advice.
I understand that our industry is one that can be less tangible, susceptible to criticisms, and can require a little bit of faith from our clients. We don’t manufacture widgets, or sell mass quantities of gadgets. We don’t give money back, don’t pay a cent, low financing, rent to own, sale-sale-sale guarantees. – We Build Brands. We partner with our clients and care for their communications. We nurture their specific message and ensure that it’s delivered in whatever way is appropriate; with a flash and a bang or ever so softly. We make no bones about it. We want the best for our clients, and we fight and push to help them achieve. Our job is to maintain brand consistency through our graphic design, web design, marketing or photography efforts. That’s what builds you and your image.
Founded on our reputation, our work, and our client successes, we have grown to where we are today. We have had hiccups along the way, but I feel that the proof is in the pudding. I’m proud of where we currently stand, as award winning experts in our field.
I often try to relate how I might feel as a client and think how I relate to experts. I question, if my doctor, lawyer, dentist, accountant, or engineer gave me advice to do something in a particular way, would I listen? 98% of the time, no questions asked, I would. They are professionals, experts. I have gone to them for help because they are experts and I trust when they provide advice or opinions that may differ from mine. They ask me to jump and I leap.
Every industry is saturated with marketing and advertising clutter. It is progressively getting more difficult for companies to stand out and swim ahead of the rest. That’s where we come in. We help you rise above to be heard. Trust in us, in our proven, innovative ways. Take my hand and leap. Jump with me, it’s really not that far, and the water’s fine.