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Imagine Marketing Firm, dubbed by Inc. Magazine as a “bi-coastal powerhouse”

Posted: November 1, 2013 at 8:34 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Patrick King

Patrick King founder of Imagine, a full-service marketing firm with offices in DC, Chicago and San Diego that has been dubbed by Inc. Magazine as a “bi-coastal powerhouse” joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Patrick King discuss the following:

  • Tell us about your current role at Imagine.
  • What was it like in the early days?
  • Who influenced you in your career?
  • Out of all the portfolios you’ve received, has there been anything really outrageous and made you think, “get that person in here”?
  • What’s been your favorite campaign since you started the company?
  • What tips would you give someone looking to get into marketing?

Duration: 7:21

A lifelong designer-turn-serial entrepreneur, Patrick King is the founder of Imagine, an integrated marketing firm based in Manassas with offices in Chicago and San Diego. Their approach to marketing is known for being clean, simple and direct, having created such successful campaigns for Rolls Royce, Nestle and Jim Beam, and now focusing specifically A/E/C and law firms.

Patrick’s insight and advice on marketing and business strategy have been published in a number of books, magazines and industry websites, including Inc., SmartCEO and others. He is an active member of the International Association of Visual Arts, a worldwide design judging panel; and contributes to the ITT Tech Program Advisory Committee, where he helps to guide the direction and create curriculum for their School of Drafting and Design.

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Links: www.imaginedc.net

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