You are an ambitious A/E firm. You and your team see yourselves as artists who can accomplish creative, technical or functional goals. You design with your eye, execute with your knowledge, and create with your heart. Your design approach not only impacts the social environment around you but sets you apart from your competitors. You dedicate your work to transforming the mundane, the boring and the flat into something remarkable.
We’re Epiphany Studio. We see you. And we get your kind of commitment.
We know you and your team are rising stars ready to be known on a bigger regional or even national stage.
By working with us, you can focus on creating innovative and original design while we lead the charge on organizing and handling your marketing strategy. We are a team of gung-ho branding professionals who understand your A/E industry and will give you razor-sharp clarity in a sea of seemingly endless choices. No fluff; no bull. Just straight up insight, awareness and relevant solutions.
A logo may help you get seen, but an Epiphany will get you selected. We’re ready to help you get awarded more profitable projects. Are you?
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As part of the diagnostic research process, our first priority is to understand your business. We like to know what messages you’re sending and how they’re being received. We believe in discovering how you’re perceived now – and helping you create the direction you’ll go.
Our diagnostic readout is an in-person presentation that synthesizes key learning. It’s rare that our readout does not create epiphanies and open up the possibilities that a more strategic, focused marketing effort can bring to your firm.
Strategic marketing provides a road map for faster growth and opens up more reliable channels of new business. We help firms recognize and target their best prospects, speak to them persuasively, and develop a reliable approach to marketing and new business development.
Using one-on-one interviews we conducted our most recent, nationwide survey of clients seeking architectural services.The goal of the survey was to listen to clients to learn how they make firm-hiring decisions.
As they say, all good things must come to an end. That includes “CSI: Miami,” our national obsession with kale and, yes, our five-part blog series on getting your RFP to the top of the pile.
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We’ll start by asking you a few questions about your firm. The goal is to help us understand your needs. So please, take a moment to consider the questions.