New client wins cap off successful inaugural year at new downtown Philly location
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – April, 2017 – DDCworks, an integrated branding, advertising and public relations agency, is celebrating its first anniversary in its new Center City, Philadelphia office with the addition of five new clients.
DDCworks was selected by Casper Pharma LLC in East Brunswick, New Jersey, to promote its fenofibrate prescription drug, Triglide, and to increase awareness of the brand.
The School District of Philadelphia sought out DDCworks to create a teacher recruitment campaign for the 2017 - 2018 academic year. The ‘Make an Impact’ campaign includes digital ads, teacher testimonial videos, radio and outdoor ads, and is aimed at helping the school district recruit 1,000 new teachers.
Zodiac Interactive, an iTV solutions provider, retained the agency to update its brand messaging and positioning, design and develop a new website and to launch a pilot marketing campaign that includes public relations as well as advertising throughout Northern Europe.
Avenue Red expanded its relationship with the firm to provide public relations and thought leadership communications for Holman Automotive Group, one of the largest privately-owned automobile dealerships in the nation. The public relations campaign includes message development, media training, strategic placement of news articles and thought leadership commentary.
Judge Wade Kagarise, an experienced Central Pa. prosecutor and jurist, has selected the agency to promote his candidacy for Pennsylvania Superior Court. DDCworks is targeting voters throughout the Commonwealth via a digital media and radio effort to create awareness among likely voters.
“When we decided to relocate to Center City Philadelphia after nearly 50 years as a suburban agency, the hope was that it would create even more opportunities for us,” says Mike Diccicco, Chief Executive Officer of DDCworks. “The ability to attract a new cadre of clientele while maintaining our core of life science, real estate, financial and manufacturing clients was one of our goals that we are seeing become a reality.”
DBC celebrates the holidays with an "AD"vent Event
Each year, we try to come up with one "holiday card" that best represents everyone at DBC. But if you've ever been to one of our parties, you know that we're a pretty diverse – and slightly crazy – group of people.
So this year, instead of one card that encapsulates everyone, we're letting each person say happy holidays in his or her own way. Each day, you'll find a fresh, festive greeting from a different DBCer on dbcworks.com/holiday. And on the Friday of each week, we'll send out an email with all of that week's posts. If you'd like to get in on the list, you can email us.
So check back often and we hope you have a wonderful holiday!