We have the privilege and honor of working with some pretty rad clients.
Here is some of the work we've done together.
“Josh and his team at Swash Labs have quickly grasped our company’s needs and concepts and integrated them into the digital marketing arena. In a short period of time, we have seen good results and with the data provided have focused more on our digital media needs and future advertising opportunities.”
- Jack Brown, Vice President of Marketing and Sales
Lily of the Desert is the largest certified organic grower and processor of aloe vera. Lily’s products enjoy a loyal and educated customer base in over 40 countries. In 2010, Lily hired Swash Labs to help them stake out another leadership position, this time in social and digital media. After starting from scratch and deploying a successful social business strategy on Facebook, we found significant opportunity to introduce Lily to the mass market. We built a national ad campaign for 2012 to do just that, and as of February 1 had exposed the brand to a new audience of some 12 million people. Swash Labs is proud to be Lily of the Desert’s Agency of Record.
AccessBank came to us for digital media strategy in the late spring of 2011. In the course of that work we also became trusted advisers on a full rebrand, including consultation, creative, and design work on a name change, an identity update, and message / PR strategy. Since the completion of the bank’s rebranding effort, we have turned our efforts back to strategy and advertising. We became AccessBank’s Agency of Record at the beginning of 2012. Current work includes a new regional ad campaign and a social business deployment.
"We retained Swash Labs to create a new website for us. Our prior site was long in the tooth and we wanted to convey a whole different story. Immediately, they went to work on really listening to what we wanted. They made incredible suggestions and within a short time, we had proof of concept up and running. We were amazed by how well they took the ideas and set them into motion as a living website. The Swash Labs staff is the best I've ever worked with–they know how to transform your business!" - Kraig Springer, COO
As a commercial print shop with a long history of excellent customer service and good community citizenship, Eagle & Wheeler was an excellent case study for how a small business could use social and digital media to increase hyperlocal brand awareness, advertise efficiently, and bring in new business.
"Josh and his firm brought professionalism to the foundation's social media. They provide both strategic and tactical support. They immediately grasped the challenges and issues then developed a comprehensive approach. The results were delivered as specified, on-time and excellently done. They make our organization feel like more than just clients, but also friends and partners."
- Bette Sherman, Chairman
Denton Animal Shelter Foundation is a volunteer-driven non-profit in the process of building and funding a new animal shelter for the city of Denton, Texas. In early 2011, DASF hired Swash Labs for brand development, communications strategy, digital strategy, and PR work. While more than tripling DASF’s social media reach to just over 1.4 million, we also helped this excellent organization with communications and marketing initiatives including message development and planning, social media training, platform design and deployment, and multiple ad campaigns.
“Swash Labs has an absolutely commanding knowledge of the various digital and social media tools, they possess very strong communication skills which they use to very effectively assist in implementing digital media strategies across all levels of the organization, and, most importantly, they understand business objectives and ensure that their efforts contribute to them."
- Don Moody, CEO
Nuconsteel was a leading manufacturer of light gauge metal framing products and systems. We helped Nuconsteel become a construction industry leader in social and digital media, and designed and deployed multiple brand initiatives. One of those initiatives was Nuconglobal, which required the big ideas and big work of preparing Nuconsteel to make the jump from narrow vertical heavyweight to global construction brand.
No shame in tooting your own horn every once in awhile, right? Upon inception during the scorching hot summer of 2011, we carved out a name for ourselves, creating digital ads and videos, covering the town with Swashaganda, and fostering a community of supporters using social media.