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Pound of Ground

When our client needed help developing new food packaging and a brand to represent their idea we dug in. We developed initial branding and packaging for retail testing and then worked to refine the packaging to emphasize the ease of use for the consumer. This frozen food packaging featured a big window to allow the...

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You could win a year of free pizza - food promotion for Urban Farmer Foods

Win A Year of Free Pizza Promotion

When our veggie crust frozen pizza client was extending their brand into new markets, they reached out to us to help them create a cost-effective way to introduce themselves to new consumers. During a pandemic, the normal path for a food brand—in-store sampling—was simply not an option. So how could we reach consumers who knew nothing about...

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Faultless Rewear packaging design for consumer packaged goods

Faultless ReWear

When Faultless wanted to introduce ReWear, a new between-laundry dry wash clothing spray, it needed to create a distinct presence on shelf. We rolled up our own wrinkle-free sleeves and created a series of dynamic, eye-grabbing concepts, mindful that we needed to graphically separate ReWear from other Faultless products—and from the category in general. That...

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Serious BBQ for casual nights - 360° marketing campaign for Tony Roma's retail BBQ

Tony Roma’s

Do you need a marketing campaign to create excitement for your products to launch with a new retail partner? You need to talk to Pivot Forward. We developed a full 360° marketing campaign for Tony Roma's Barbecue that would reach out to consumers in a wide range of avenues...

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Terminix Retail Packaging Design - Pivot Marketing Inc.


[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] When venerable home services giant Terminix was approached to license retail products, the company thought it would be a great opportunity to expand its reach. However, without a clear-cut retail and licensing strategy, it soon found itself, well, bugged. Some products were off-brand, and some confused consumers. What’s more, there wasn’t a migration strategy...

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