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The team at FusionPoint Media knows “it’s never the cookie-cutter approach that wows the crowd.” To stay relevant the company must produce a fresh mix of videos, graphic design, web design and photography to capture attention-getting results for both local clients and Fortune 500 customers.
The founding members, led by President Brian Jordan, have roots back to QMS (now Konica Minolta) as members of the QMS marketing team and a former QMS client.
They strive to take customer service to unprecedented levels by being accessible all hours of the day. That personal response to the growing cry of “I need it ASAP” is the heart of FusionPoint’s success and customer growth.
And in keeping with their “Yes, we can” attitude, after purchasing a 6,000-square-foot building last year, the 16-year-old company’s five employees took on some of the needed renovations themselves, strapping on their tool belts and getting out their paint brushes.
The new in-house studios will provide another revenue stream for the company. One is currently being rented to a client producing a nationally syndicated reality show broadcast on the Oxygen channel.
On Wednesday, June 8, during the Chamber’s Small Business Awards luncheon, the winner will be revealed as well as the Outstanding Entrepreneur of the Year, E. Grace Pilot, co-founder of Pilot Catastrophe Services.
During the Small Business conference, the Chamber will offer three valuable professional development opportunities to increase business growth. Topics include matching small businesses and potential lenders, addressing critical legal issues and engaging employees in the innovation process.
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