BOSTON Sullivan Creative said it has added work in recent weeks from several new clients in the government, high-tech and nonprofit arenas.
The independently owned shop, which recently relocated its lead office to Newton, Mass., is creating an animated PowerPoint presentation for the Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau. The work will be used by the GHSB and state police officials to promote safe driving.
Data analysis firm Datawatch and accounting industry organization CCR Advisory Group have hired the shop for direct mail efforts; Sullivan will also fashion a new logo for Datawatch.
In addition, the agency has been tapped by the Jett Foundation, a nonprofit group that helps raise funds to fight Duschenne muscular dystrophy, to create a newsletter and media kit, and by the Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, N.H., for a yearlong marketing campaign.
Combined billings on the new accounts were not disclosed but are likely in the low- to mid-six-figure range.
—Adweek staff report