Farrris Marketing Adds Strategic Workshop

BOARDMAN, Ohio – Farris Marketing had an “especially good 2018,” bringing on more clients and increasing its offerings, says CEO George Farris.

Farris works with nonprofits, manufacturers, service organizations, and government and public agencies.

Last year, the firm added Ohio811 as a client, providing research, a marketing and communications review and strategic planning to the former Ohio Utilities Protection Service.

The firm’s new “strategic foresight workshop combines trend tracking and visioning to help customers plan for the good, bad and neutral outcomes over the next five to 20 years,” Farris says. “The process helps organizations take advantage of positive developments in the future and be ready for any downturns.”

And Farris increased its video and social capabilities with a new studio and audio equipment. While social media is the focus of much interest, the firm remains focused on messaging and branding.

“Experienced marketers know that it’s the message that makes the difference, no matter which media presents that message,” Farris says. “With over 35 years in the business, we know how to create a message that stands out.”

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