Deliverables: A Branding & Marketing Blog

TRAY launches new website for Green Cleaning Seattle

November 18, 2013 | by TRAY creative

A small business we admire is Green Cleaning Seattle – Eco-Maid Services. They’re Seattle’s locally owned and woman-operated green housecleaning company. And like us, they’re members of Seattle Good Business Network. So we were thrilled to have an opportunity to redesign their website. We gave it a clean, fresh look, befitting the company’s use of biodegradable, […]

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Seattle social media pros share tips on connecting with local audiences

November 14, 2013 | by TRAY creative

TRAY Creative, together with Seattle Good Business Network, recently hosted a social media panel discussion titled, “Closing the Loop: From Clicks to Customers.” The event was the third in the Advantage: Local series, designed to offer marketing and branding strategies for Seattle’s local, independent businesses. Held at Impact HUB Seattle and moderated by TRAY’s Ralph […]

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TRAY to host social media panel for Seattle indie businesses

October 25, 2013 | by TRAY creative

Date: November 6, 2013 Time: 8:00 am – 9:30 am Location: Impact HUB Seattle, 220 2nd Ave S., Seattle Ticket cost: FREE for Seattle Good Business Network members; $5 general admission RSVP Now! TRAY Creative invites you to Closing the Loop: From Clicks to Customers – the third in the Advantage: Local event series. Designed […]

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Seattle business pros share wisdom on brands and local values

September 23, 2013 | by TRAY creative

Last week TRAY Creative joined with Seattle Good Business Network in presenting a panel discussion titled, “The Winning Recipe: Add Local Flavor.” The event was the second in the year-long Advantage: Local series, designed to offer marketing and branding strategies for Seattle’s local, independent businesses. Held at Impact HUB Seattle and moderated by TRAY’s Ralph […]

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Community Capital event: Learn how to invest locally

September 20, 2013 | by TRAY creative

Seattleites hold about $70 billion in long-term savings. But almost none of it is invested in the locally owned businesses that make up nearly half of the region’s economy. Shifting even a small percentage of assets from Wall Street to Pike Street—or North 45th Street, or Rainier Avenue, or any other Seattle street—would have an […]

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