Recently we launched a new website for the Palmer-Westport Group – a leading consulting agency for non-profit arts organizations and specialists in providing guidance to organizations seeking to restore historic theaters across North America. The experience that Principal Susan Palmer and her associates bring to this challenging but growing movement is significant and their track record of successful outcomes is impressive.
Studio Two has a long association with both Susan and her organization going back nearly two decades. During our relationship we have provided marketing support for development campaigns, strategic consulting and support around many issues relating to marketing for her clients, as well as on-site training and workshops for theater boards and management.
After a recent project together we realized that there was a “cobbler’s children” issue for Susan and PWG – their website was out of date and didn’t represent them well. We suggested an update which was enthusiastically accepted.
One of the great elements of a long-term partnership is trust – Susan trusted us to do what we do best – brand, imagine, and express the message for our clients. We built the site quickly and launched it with minimal revisions.
Speed, low cost, few changes – these are the benefits of trust. We trust that Susan and PWG are the best consultants that a group could hire if they were restoring an historic theater to new life and community and it’s nice to know that Susan trusts that Studio Two would be the best agency she could work with to express her organization’s vision and identity. Check out the site.