Client Stories

The Marketing Power of Customer Feedback

by Michelle Class on July 11, 2014

A Client Story Demonstrating the Impact of Customer Surveys How confident are you in the customer service quality your business provides? Are you certain about where the opportunities are for improvement and growth? The individuals at Nickerson Business Supplies, an office products supplier to tri-state companies, were pretty confident that their customer service was great.  […]

Growing Together: MWC and Eye 4 Design Interiors

by Sarah Seidel on April 30, 2014

It’s every business owner’s dream to see her company grow. Only a handful can say that growth came relatively quickly and easily but Sharon Colvill, co-owner of Eye 4 Design Interiors, is one of them.  Marketing with Class, growing rapidly itself, is familiar with the marketing needs of a booming business and was ready to help them capitalize on that growth. In the […]

Nish Tech, Inc. and Apollo Home, both clients of Marketing with Class, were recently named finalists for the 2014 Cincinnati USA Business Awards, formerly the Small Business Excellence Awards.  The honor recognizes outstanding performance, economic contributions and leadership excellence among various sized businesses throughout Greater Cincinnati. Apollo Home is a residential and light commercial service […]

Although we had never created a product catalog before, our new client, Original Depler, believed that we could design and develop exactly what she needed! Amanda Voss was determined to have a printed catalog that not only impressed any wholesalers who may purchase her products, but she wanted every individual who came in contact with […]

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In partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, NKEMS, and with the help of community donations, the Cameron’s Cause Foundation held their first heart screening at Simon Kenton High School on May 8, 2013.  The screening was open to all students attending the school. Cameron’s Cause was able to screen 175 students, in which five students (3% of the […]

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