R+M president, Greg Norton, joined hammers with 30 Triangle executives in the annual Habitat for Humanity CEO Build. The teams built and framed walls for houses that will soon provide three deserving families with a place to call home.
Susan M. Nettles (Wandy), 18 years of service, has been named Vice President of Brand Culture and Chris A. Holleman (Thor), 14 years of service, has been named Executive Interactive Director.
Beverly Murray, CEO of R+M, was elected to the Triangle Family Services Advisory Board during the organization’s August 2012 meeting. Her four-year term begins in November 2012.
In collaboration with Rex Wellness, R+M has created and launched a Nutrition 101 seminar to provide staff and clients with contemporary insights to aid in making healthy choices.
Healthy employees mean a healthy business. “You are what you eat” is more than an old adage — just look at our obesity epidemic in the United States. Evidently we are French fries, pizza and ice cream. Our government issues a challenge, our employers provide work site programs and our communities offer free screenings. But, [...]
As the R+M clock turns 20 this year, the brand experience agency eyes the future by naming Greg Norton the agency’s new president. Beverly Murray, who founded the agency in 1992, will remain CEO.
R+M started as a design boutique in 1992, but founder Beverly Murray’s thirst for moving brands forward wasn’t quenched with one-off logos or brochures. Fueled by its first 20 years, the agency has grown into a firm respected for its strategic thinking and creative courage serving brands that value health, well-being and social responsibility.
“We are thrilled to be part of CareAnyware’s marketing team. Their recognition that one’s brand experience is not limited to a marketing silo is exactly what the doctor ordered.”
Walmart recently launched an online engagement strategy called Getontheshelf.com. The contest enables individuals, entrepreneurs and small businesses to pitch their product to the general, online public. The top three vote getters have the opportunity to be featured in stores, on Walmart.com and in other marketing support materials — a seemingly smart strategy.
We live in a society where quick fixes are heralded, listening is a lost art and strategic planning is a luxury. Marketers are caught in a squeeze of expectations and a sea of suggestions. The answer is not another Powerpoint presentation, it’s getting everyone to see the big picture to make smarter decisions. It’s sometimes called a song sheet, but We call it a marketing dashboard.