Consultants Resource Bank

Josh Weinstein

Creative Co-op LLC
11 Court Street
Exeter, NH 03833
Phone: 603-658-1600

Creative Co-op is an advertising and design firm that works closely with clients as we develop creative solutions for marketing initiatives. We are champions of our clients' brands, and we strive to make everything we do, whether a marketing strategy, identity, website, suite of collateral materials, or integrated media advertising campaign, work hard and work well.

We offer a broad range of services to clients in a number of different categories. human services, health care, financial services, technology, law and education are all well represented. Some of our clients are brands well known throughout the world. Others are smaller companies you may not be familiar with. Yet.

We've won awards and received recognition from industry groups for our work. An engraved statue is fine. Results that exceed our clients' expectations are better. We're proud to have many of those stories to tell.

Specialties: Communications/Marketing, Communications - Design Services, Communications - Planning, Organizational Planning/Development, Organizational Planning - Collaboration/Mergers, Organizational Planning - Mission & Vision Planning, Organizational Planning - Organizational Assessment, Technology - Website Development

References

Community Bridges
Roy Gerstenberger - Executive Director
79 Pembroke Road
Concord , NH 03301
603-225-4153

Creative Co-op has worked with Community Bridges in a variety of capacities to help the organization achieve its goals, including the development of a complete communications strategy and the branding and launch of specialized business initiatives.

Manchester Community Health Center
Hope Jordan - Director of Advancement
145 Hollis Street
Manchester , NH 03101
603-626-9500

Creative Co-op provided a number of services to Manchester Community Health Center in the past.

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