Integrated Communications Agency Sustains Quick Growth with Addition of New Clients Across Multiple Industries

Conshohocken, PA – December 16, 2013 — DDCworks,a leading integrated branding and marketing communications agency, today announced its continued growth with the addition of five new accounts to its client portfolio. The agency has steadily developed a robust client roster across a diverse group of industries such as financial services, healthcare, technology and education. These additions are a reflection of the agency’s efforts to solidify its status as the region’s premier integrated agency.

“The past few months have been an impressive one for our new business development,” says Tim Cifelli, President of DDCworks. “Our productivity is a key indication of the significant steps DDCworks has taken to strengthen our talent and service offerings. We couldn’t be more thrilled with our progress and the clients that have come on board.”

As an integrated agency, DDCworks offers a variety of communications services from advertising and branding, public relations and social media to web design and SEM/SEO.  

Two of the newest clients taking advantage of what DDCworks has to offer are Princeton Equity Partners, a Buffalo-based full-service financial firm that specializes in managing assets for high-net-worth business owners and entrepreneurs that typically have more complicated financial situations than traditional investor and United Development Funding. Located in Grapevine, TX, UDF is a specialty finance company that invests in the development and construction of new, affordable, single-family homes through a family of public and private funds. Both, through general public relations campaigns, have enlisted the agency to enhance their credibility and visibility as leaders in the industry.

For similar reasons, Epstein Drangel LLP, an intellectual property firm, came to DDCworks to help launch a new innovative web, mobile and social platform. uFakerenlists the masses to help brand owners and their legal teams report, track and collaborate on counterfeit investigations in real-time. In addition to a public relations initiative, the agency has developed a strong social media campaign positioning uFaker as the anti-counterfeiting solution of the 21st century.

RightCare Solutions, a Philadelphia-based medical technology company came to DDCworks to help build the company’s brand platform and launch an aggressive marketing campaign. Project U-Turn, a citywide collaborative approach to dropout prevention and re-engagement had similar needs. Through an integrated campaign that includes public service announcements, social media, local partnerships and community outreach, DDCworks created the “Attendance Awareness” campaign that promotes the benefits of regular school attendance. Also utilizing the agency’s branding services in addition to creative such as identity and brand design is ATON Partners, a Boston-based healthcare investment firm. From naming and logo development to website and PowerPoint templates, DDCworks is designing it all.

Topping off a strong finish to 2013 is Phillips Edison & Company, who has enlisted DDCworks to oversee a corporation communications assignment to generate visibility for the company’s entire family of Strategic Investment Funds, in addition to their Shopping Center REIT, which DDCworks currently services. Finally, rounding out the agency’s growth are two returning clients. Conshohocken Revitalization Alliancehas re-engaged with DDCworks for Phase Two of a community grass roots campaign and Heraeus Precious Metals Grouptapped the agency’s creative services for its Photovoltaic, Chemical and Thick Film divisions.

About DDCworks
DDCworks is a full-service brand communications firm with advertising, public relations, media and interactive capabilities. DDCworks creates, develops and executes fully integrated marketing campaigns and provides award-winning brand management and messaging strategies to a broad range of clients. DDCworks is a member of ICOM, a global network of marketing communications agencies, the Public Relations Society of America, and the Philadelphia Ad Club.