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Mopdog Creative + Stategy Offers it All

May 21, 2015

This article is number 17 in a series of profiles of the Cobb Chamber’s 2015 Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year. Check back with Chamber Ink everyday in May for a new profile on a different Top 25 Business. We will wrap up the series on June 1 with the announcement of the 2015 Small Business of the Year.

Mopdog Creative + Strategy 2010

Mopdog Creative + Strategy is a full service branding, advertising, marketing communications and strategy company. Their mission is to provide strategic, creative solutions for their client’s challenges. Their services include print and web design, social media engagement, marketing strategy, branding/corporate identity building, content creation and management and video production.

Their team is staffed with highly qualified and diverse professionals, who thrive in a collaborative environment. They have a thirst for knowledge and broadening their expertise. The staff at Mopdog has backgrounds in graphic design, fine arts, architecture, journalism, sound engineering and nonprofit fundraising.

The company recently added team leaders with nonprofit experience that will make Mopdog the “go-to creative marketing and strategy firm for nonprofits.” Mopdog’s company culture flourishes their staff represents the people of all ages and culture backgrounds, making their business diverse and capable of targeting any audience.

Business Profile:

Owner: William Musial, Cheryl Musial

Industry: Marketing and Communications

Year Established: 1992

Location: Kennesaw

Number of Employees: Full-time: 16, Part-time: 2, Sub-contractors: 14

Percentage of Growth in 2014: 20%

Did You Know?: Mopdog has designed graphics and websites for romance authors, jazz singers and luxury architecture firms.

Website: www.mopdog.com

Social Media:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mopdogcreative

Twitter: http://twitter.com/Mopdog

Instagram: http://instagram.com/mopdogcreative/

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