Minneapolis, October 2, 2013 – MVP Marketing + Design, Inc., a Minneapolis-based digital branding and website design firm, is proud to announce the win of ten American Graphic Design Awards for selected client work.
MVP received seven awards for online and retail promotions created for three separate divisions of 3M (Industrial Business Group, Traffic Safety & Security, and the Stationery & Office Supplies Divisions), a global leader in innovative product solutions. MVP also received website design awards for its work on behalf of Intellisys, a Dominican Republic based software firm, and Huron Capital Partners, one of the leading operationally-focused private equity firms investing in lower middle-market companies. MVP also won recognition for its design of the Cognita sub-brand identity and brochure on behalf of Minneapolis-based medical device manufacturer Minnetronix.
The detailed list of all award-winning projects includes the following clients and website design and/or marketing communications work:
These awards recognize the value and power of creative solutions in marketing and communications, and highlight MVP’s continued success in delivering the highest levels of creativity for its clients. It is the 8th year in a row that MVP has been honored with multiple American Graphic Design Awards.
About MVP Marketing + Design, Inc.
MVP Marketing + Design, founded in 1985, is an award-winning Minneapolis-based digital marketing and communications agency. The firm is dedicated to building invaluable brands through valued relationships. MVP is a “most valuable partner” to clients in the Medical Device, High Tech Manufacturing and Services, Gift & Housewares, Private Equity, Office and Stationery Supply and Non-profit sectors. Dedicated to serving organizations seeking innovative and creative marketing and communications solutions, MVP builds, revitalizes and promotes client brands through Marketing Consulting, Advertising, and Web/SEO solutions. The firm’s clients include 3M, Medtronic, TSI, Kyocera, Lifetime Brands, Regal Ware, Minnetronix, Nortech Systems, Worthington Aviation, the Cortec Group, Huron Capital, Stone Arch Capital, GMB Mezzanine, Seneca Partners, Yukon Partners, the Minnesota Minority Supplier Diversity Council, Nystrom Counseling and the Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation (Minneapolis), among others.