We take your business as seriously as you do. Marketing challenges, beware.
At FVM Strategic Communications, we’ll do whatever it takes to realize your objectives, from digital and design to print and pay-per-click. Underscored with a mean streak of strategy.
Our work is beautiful.
But don’t let that fool you.
Behind it lies ruthless intelligence, tireless focus and passion that’s not for the faint-hearted. Our work may dazzle, but it has an agenda.
Strategic brains, creative muscle.
And we’re not afraid to use ‘em.
We take no credit for how our people became who they are. We do, however, gladly accept praise for recognizing brilliance and passion when we see it.
B2B through and through. For 26 years and counting.
From IT and Chemicals to Education and Financial Services—whatever your industry, we’ll meet your objectives today and tomorrow. That’s why we enjoy a client loyalty that’s virtually unheard of in this business.
Peek into our psyche.
This is what we’re thinking.
Have you ever met a Lilly Pulitzer-loving, globetrotting, Duke-basketball-nut? Now you have! Say hello to our newest intern, Amanda Lang.
Ask a group of web designers what they think of Internet Explorer and you’ll get a fair share of groans. Most will grumble about CSS hacks and quasi-transparency support, and the rest will make hilarious jokes like “Internet Explorer is only good for downloading other browsers.”
Football season is once again upon us, and Fantasy fanatics across America are dreaming of December domination over friends, family and colleagues. Yes, there’s tons of talk about Manning vs Brees, McCoy vs Charles, and Megatron vs Demaryius, but at FVM HQ, we’ve been debating a different sort of match-up: Yahoo! vs ESPN. The technology, the mobile integration, the analytics, the user experience, and a few things in between. In this article, FVM’s two biggest Fantasy obsessives defend their preferred platforms.
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630 W Germantown Pike, Suite 400
Plymouth Meeting, PA