Springfield digital marketing agency JumpSIX has officially launched their new brand. Their offices have been remodeled, their new website is live, and they are spreading the word about their new name.
In early 2019, owners Rick Morsovillo and Jeff Sneed took full control of JumpSIX Marketing, ready to take the company in a new direction. Since 1994, Rick and Jeff have owned and operated many successful businesses in marketing and sales. BigPxl is the natural culmination of their drive to build big new things.
Newly rebranded BigPxl is the brainchild of owners Rick, Jeff, and their team of designers, developers, copywriters and advertising specialists.
In May of last year, JumpSIX assembled a group of leaders to brainstorm ideas to further the company’s success. The company split into two teams who independently developed new brand concepts. They came together in October to pitch their concepts and hone their ideas until only three remained. Everyone at JumpSIX cast their vote, and a clear winner emerged: BigPxl.
BigPxl owner Jeff Sneed says the new brand represents the power of collaboration and creativity. “BigPxl is about the people who show up every day to do something awesome. This brand was built by a tight knit creative family dedicated to making amazing things happen for our clients.”
The name may have changed, but BigPxl continues to offer a complete suite of digital services, including: web design, paid advertising, video production, photography, graphic design, corporate branding, inbound marketing, email marketing, search engine optimization, and media placement for tv, print and radio.
BigPxl has built a national brand with world-class marketing services, contracting with local, national, and international businesses alike. With consultants in Texas, Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, BigPxl is working hard to showcase the amazing talent on their hometown team from Springfield.
This sort of growth is not easily achieved, but the team at BigPxl seems to have the recipe for success. James Ladd, SEO content manager at BigPxl, explains, “With the right group of talented individuals, the right technology and techniques, and the right principles and values, we’ve been able to make success seem surprisingly easy.”
The next steps for BigPxl will involve big challenges: solidifying and expanding their national footprint, adding to their tight-knit team to keep pace with accelerating growth, and taking care of each and every client with the same small-town personal touch that has made such a big difference so far.
While the big picture keeps getting bigger for BigPxl, the team hasn’t lost sight of the fundamental details at the heart of their success. Looking to the future, owner Rick Morsovillo says, “With the new brand, our focus has never been more clear — work hard, educate, be transparent and do what’s right.”
1335 E. Bradford Parkway,
Springfield, MO. 65804
Web Address: www.bigpxl.com
2014 for JumpSIX 2020 for BigPxl
Number of Employees: 35
Product or Service:
Web Design and Development.
Traditional Media Placement
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