Costa Mesa, CA (PressExposure) December 07, 2009 -- Idea Hall, a full-service marketing and communications agency, has finished 2009 with the addition of 10 new clients in the commercial real estate, hospitality, technology, marketing/advertising, legal and engineering industries. The agency attributes this increase in activity to a growing emphasis among businesses on expanding marketing activities in 2010.
"Companies are recognizing this as an optimal time to establish a greater presence in the marketplace through integrated marketing and public relations," said Rebecca Hall, APR, president and CEO of Idea Hall. "Savvy businesses are expanding their marketing budgets to spur sales growth and increase market share in 2010."
According to Hall, these new clients have partnered with the agency for corporate image branding, design, public relations and online interactive marketing with a strong emphasis on business development. "With companies continuing to pay close attention to their bottom line, we are delivering marketing strategies that are directly related to increasing sales, profit and supporting growth," she said.
The 10 new account wins, obtained in the final two quarters of 2009, include the following:
Attentus Advisors, a national commercial real estate consulting firm.
CIP Real Estate, a national real estate investment and management company.
The Emmes Group of Companies, a privately-owned investment company specializing in retail, office, industrial and multifamily space.
Hanford Hotels, an owner/operator and manager of hotel properties.
Hawk Holdings, an entrepreneurial investment and development firm.
Iris Technology, a premier integrator of reliable tactical military and aerospace power systems.
KZ DevCo, LP, a firm specializing in shopping center development and management.
Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor, a law firm representing injured workers in the maritime industry.
MOST Branding Development + Advertising, a brand development and communications firm.
Reliant Testing Engineers, a testing engineering firm.