Victor Michael Digital Marketing
Victor Michael began producing photography, video, web design and development in 1996. After successfully running a photography, video and multimedia studio,Victor Michael, Digital Media was officially launched in 2001. Our business partners are professional and leading edge organizations that provide online marketing, print, logos, webcasts, video production, Online-education and much more. This allows us to enhance and expand our offerings to our customers by getting support and knowledge from a large team of people even though we are a small company. We have worked with our partners for several years and they help provide our clients a complete powerful package all from one place with at a lower cost. Visit Website
Award winning designer with a broad range of abilities in visual design.
Expertise in concept development, art direction and design, packaging, advertising, collateral, corporate communications, visual merchandising, photo editing and retouching. Sabina has a unique ability to deliver projects on time and within budget to client satisfaction. Specialties: branding and identity, packaging, retail store design, visual merchandising, large scale graphics, environmental design, tradeshow graphics, and photography. Translating brand identity into great marketing and design concepts. Visit Linkedin Profile
Amazing accomplished Intern.
Anisa Nizam understands the importance of conveying a company’s message and keeping it consistent throughout all social media and online marketing. She enjoys taking a project from beginning to end and mapping out all the steps to ensure all her client’s goals are met.
Anisa graduated from Westview High School in 2015 where she held the positions of director, stage manager, and producer for their award-winning Theatre Company and Historian for their award winning Advanced Choir.
She completed a year of studies at Queen Mary University of London and is currently studying at Royal Holloway University of London for a bachelor in Digital Media and Communications.
“Combining thoughtful insights with marketing savvy, Christina walked me through a process that examined the potential of my personal characteristics and created a new path for my creative endeavors. She brings a special blend of patience and enthusiasm that makes it enjoyable to work through the challenging questions and find solutions. Christina was as dedicated to my success as I am, and together we uncovered new approaches, enhancing my existing communication style, and building fascination into my brand.”
“Christina’s experience, information gathering and communication skills have been invaluable. She has provided insight and results that create measurable financial results typically inaccessible to small businesses like mine.”
“Christina has a most refined understanding of consumer market research. Her ability to build relationships, participate in
conversations and understand the human condition, however, uniquely positions Christina as a powerful focus group moderator.”
“Christina is a consummate professional always seeking the most
efficient and effective methods to conduct research. Her keen
insights helped drive social media listening results to the most
senior levels at Sony Electronics.”
“Christina uncovers the truth. Her findings really helped identify a
critical issue facing our business.”
The Art & Science of Persuasion and Captivation Fascination is a word that both frightens and excites. “The origin of the word, Fascinere comes from Latin meaning to bewitch. Romans believed it was an evil curse. Freud labeled the relationship between a therapist and a patient as fascination, a form of hypnosis.” ~Sally Hogshead Fascinate:
Here at CKS we like to work with great companies who believe in using data and insights to drive business. Recently, Christina was invited to guest blog posted with such a company, RetailNext, the market leader in Big Data solutions for brick-and-mortar challenges. Holiday 2014: Mythbusting Gen Y As the Holiday season approaches, some brands
A great and natural read on operationalizing your brand, Denise Lee Yohn’s book What Great Brands Do quickly became one of my favorite reads. It’s a must have for entrepreneurs and CEOs alike. Denise outlines her 7 principals in a real and conversational way. As I read the book, it was as if I was