Partner of the Month—Meltzer, Purtill & Stelle, LLC
Tim first met Mark Raymond nearly 20 years ago and enjoyed his initial conversation very much—and every conversation since. Mark is a family man, loves his hideaway on Green Lake, and is one of the best strategists Tim knows.
Client Spotlight: Illinois Blower
When you manufacture the highest quality, custom industrial fans and blowers, you need the highest quality website with powerful messaging to back up your brand. As their old site celebrated its 10th birthday, Illinois Blower once again turned to Pepper Group to help modernize their online image.
Client Spotlight: Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI)
The Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI) is the broadest-based, not-for-profit trade association serving the industrial metals industry. With over 100 years of knowledge and thought leadership, MSCI provides its North American members with meaningful industry insights and how the industry will evolve through research, education, advocacy and events.
Partner of the Month—DSP Insurance Services
Does your prized exotic car need insurance? Is your grandmother’s wedding ring sitting in a drawer and you have meant to get it covered for years? What about that antique clock on the mantel?
Client Spotlight: Verdara
Cannabis is one of the most specialized industries anywhere, and when an engineering and fabrication company identified an opportunity to apply its expertise towards supplying specialized equipment for hemp and cannabis oil extraction by creating a new cannabis-focused brand, they needed help.
Pepper Partner of the Month-Lyric Solutions
At Pepper Group, we know that when a sales team is firing on all cylinders our marketing strategies and tactics are exponentially more successful.
Once we generate sales leads for a client’s team, it’s up to them to not only track the relationship but to keep it moving through the sales process.
Tim’s Essential Marketing Tips
Being nimble in the marketplace can mean success or failure. All too often, we are slow to act when we see something not working to our expectations. Maybe we’re too optimistic? Does our pride make us prone to not admitting our projections were flawed?