For the right amount of money, we’ll do pretty much anything you ask us to do…. video production, online solutions (websites, web apps, eMarketing, etc.) and “traditional” advertising services, such as campaigns, layout, graphic design and copywriting.
We believe that anybody can make something of themselves in America… but it doesn’t come cheap. We run a lean operation at The Voice, which means your precious marketing dollars go further.
But while many companies come to us because of price, they stay because of our creative. Organizations such as CA (Computer Associates), IBM, Vision Solutions, Emerson, ArisGlobal, Kitchen Brains and other mid-cap and global firms think the world of us.
We are based in beautiful Fairfield, CT, about an hour outside NYC, part of the tri-state region. We have our own building with an in-house video production studio, apartments for interns-in-residence and more.
Not one advertising agency is perfect. In this one article, there are 10 other articles that will help any business owner improve and enhance their work environment.
One of the articles that really stuck out to me was self promoting your agency. That is a big aspect of having a business. The outside may think that self promotion would be the easiest part due to the fact that agencies promote for other business. Wrong.
The task is always second due to client’s priorities coming first. There is always too much to do or too little time to consider ideas. However, there are ways to promote your agency without thinking you are.
Keeping your clients happy is just one way to promote your business. If you keep your clients happy, then they tell their partners and you get more business just from word of mouth.
Imagine not being able to work overtime because of the simple fact that your desk disappears after work hours. This is what happens at a design studio in Amsterdam everyday.
This looks like a typical design studio, right? Wrong.
After 6 pm, these tables and chairs are hauled away and the floor is turned into yoga studio, dance studio, or anything else the the creative director wants it to be. She believes that in doing this, it would be easier to work there and it would not make people as stressed to come to work.
From watching this video, you can see the employees enjoy relaxation time once the work day is over. Wouldn’t it be nice to work there or what?
My name is Joe Wool and I am currently a Junior marketing major at Quinnipiac University. At Quinnipiac I am a member of the 3+1 accelerated Master’s program and a member of the Golf Club. I am originally from an area just outside of Poughkeepsie, NY. Through my education I have decided that my goal is to obtain a career in advertising and this is where my internship at The Voice comes into play.
I heard about the internship opportunity through my school and the career development department there. I was interested in The Voice because it presented me with a way to get hands on experience in the industry. I want to learn all aspects of advertising from the creative division to the more corporate side. I plan to take the knowledge I gain at The Voice and apply it to my future career path where it can help me achieve my goals.
Today, Joe and I were apart of a live video production for ASG. At first I was not sure what to expect but I was very excited for a new experience.
First Dan set up all of the cameras, equipment and lighting to create the perfect setting for this shoot.
After all of that was set, it was time to start filming. I worked the teleprompter during two different videos. There were three different angles produced for each video. While filming was going on, Joe took pictures and videos of the process as he observed the scene. It was awesome to have first hand experience on a video like this because I was able to see all the hard work, practicing, and the end result of finally getting everything right.
My name is Danielle Garcia and I am a senior Business Management major at Quinnipiac University. I am 21 years old from New Jersey. I enjoy photography and traveling as well as meeting new people and inventing new ideas.
I hope to learn more about the advertising agency and gain real life experiences. I want to broaden my horizons in the business world and learn about working with real clients. I plan to use everything that I learn at The Voice to help me throughout the rest of my education and in my future career.
Mostly dealing with 3D animation and graphics, Tony Russello is the art director for The Voice. Joining The Voice team only in December 2013 after graduating from The University of Connecticut, Tony has shown tremendous skills and talent in this field. From making websites to designing post cards, Tony can make any idea come to life.
I asked Tony what his favorite part about working with The Voice was and he said, “Getting the opportunity to work with major clients was cool. Also, exceeding clients expectations is amazing”.
Tony’s passion and drive for graphics is just what The Voice needs and we are glad to have him on our team!
The Voice has been chosen over other competitors as Kitchen Brain’s advertising agency of record for the next year! The Voice has worked with Kitchen Brains before and now they have awarded us with a contract. The Voice has proved itself to Kitchen Brains through commitment and excellence.
Over the next twelve months, The Voice will be responsible for making a new website, corporate branding and video production services. In addition to those tasks, they will also be responsible for their trade show management, program management, their marketing department services and graphic design. We are thrilled to have this opportunity and excited for the future.
The Voice Advertising Agency is filming and editing a video of a model of the USS Glacier that was originally built in August of 1954. Launched initially for the US Navy and later used by the Coast Guard, the USS Glacier was used as an icebreaker in addition to research voyages to Antarctica. Active from 1954 to 1987, the USS Glacier was a part of three separate operations. Unfortunately, it was scrapped in 2012.
However, a model of this historic boat was built and it rests in Stratford, CT with The Glacier Society.
The Glacier Society is a non-profit educational foundation that focuses on preserving history of America’s polar explorations in honor of the USS Glacier and all that served in the north and south poles operations.
The Voice has the honor of filming this boat inside and out to capture the real beauty the boat had.
Voice cameraman/director Dan Randmer supervised the lighting, filming and photography. The piece should be completed in a few weeks.
The Voice has a new member of the inside sales team! Paul, our new representative, has many duties while working for The Voice. These duties include building relationships with potential clients through mail, e-mail and directly in person. His main objective is bringing in new business through different marketing campaigns. I asked Paul what was the one thing that he was looking forward to while working for The Voice and his response was, “I’m looking forward to getting quality clients for the company”. With 17 years of sales experience, Paul is the perfect candidate for the job!
The founder of The Voice, Matthew Hallock says, “With a voice like Paul’s, he should be a professional voiceover artist”.
The Voice is very happy to have him as part of the team!