Minneapolis, September 19, 2012 – MVP Marketing + Design announces the launch of a new website for Huron Capital Partners, a private equity firm in Detroit, Michigan.
Huron’s new website was completely redesigned with a new layout that features direct access to information for key constituents. The new website employs a variety of graphic home page banners to reinforce Huron’s proprietary vision of leadership and distinguish them from other private equity firms in the market. The site features a secure login area for current HCP investors, as well as video, news updates and a calendar of speaking engagements. The new website has responsive content management built in to engage site users and provide opportunities to connect with the firm.
According to Chris Sheeren, a partner at Huron Capital and one the drivers of this project for the firm, “The MVP team helped us crystallize our vision and concepts and communicate them in a user-friendly format. They were a pleasure to work with from beginning to end.”
Built in the open source WordPress content management system, the site is fully editable by non-technical staff and will be managed internally by the client, saving both time and money for Huron Capital Partners in the future.
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About MVP Marketing + Design, Inc.
MVP Marketing + Design, founded in 1985, is an integrated marketing communications and digital branding agency. The firm is dedicated to building invaluable brands through valued relationships. MVP’s vertical marketing expertise includes Medical Device, High Tech, Private Equity, Office Supply and the Non-Profit sector. Dedicated to serving organizations seeking innovative and creative marketing and communications, MVP builds, revitalizes and promotes brands through such integrated services as Marketing Consulting, Advertising/Design, and Web/SEO solutions. Clients served include 3M, Medtronic, Minnetronix, TSI, Nortech Systems, Worthington Aviation, Stone Arch Capital, Yukon Partners, Huron Capital, GMB Mezzanine, the Minnesota Minority Supplier Diversity Council, and the Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation (Minneapolis), among others.