The Beyond Spots & Dots Awards include the following:
Platinum | Digital media | Design (website) | Website redesign
Gold | Print media | Design (printing) | Magazine advertising
“At Beyond Spots & Dots we have strategic processes that drive success and we pride ourselves on setting the standard for website design, graphic design and media placement. We are honored to receive these awards because they recognize the expertise, talent, collaboration and dedication of our team to meet every customer need, ”said Melanie Querry, Founder and President of Beyond Spots & Dots.
MarCom Awards is a highly regarded competition that recognizes outstanding and innovative achievements. As one of the oldest and largest creative competitions in the world, winning one of these awards is very popular. This year the jury of experts from the industry searched from 6,000 submissions for companies and individuals whose talents exceeded a high standard of excellence. MarCom winners range from international marketing agencies and Fortune 500 companies to individual creative professionals.
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About Beyond Spots & Dots
Founded in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service marketing and advertising agency based in Pittsburgh, PA, Columbus, OH and Baltimore, MD. Beyond Spots & Dots is dedicated to planning, creating and managing advertising, marketing, public relations, branding and digital for clients. The agency’s services range from digital advertising, programmatic tactics, social media, web development, and SEO to traditional media buying, market research, copywriting, branding, and video production. Beyond Spots & Dots is also recognized by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) as a national Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE). Visit beyondspotsanddots.com to learn how you can increase your company’s share of voice.
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