Scottsdale marketing firm retained Oregano’s Pizza Bistro, Arizona Federal Credit Union and Valleywise Health
Scottsdale, AZ. (October 30, 2019) – Scottsdale-based Bigfish Creative Group is having a banner year as the marketing firm has added several high-profile accounts to their client roster over the spring and summer. Valleywise Health (formerly Maricopa Integrated Health System) heads the list of new clients and has called upon the agency to introduce their new brand to the market.
“Though we reviewed several agencies, we were especially impressed with Bigfish and their strategic thinking and outstanding creativity,” said Todd Hanle, director of marketing. “Their prior healthcare experience has also been quite helpful in strategically introducing our new brand to market.”
Other new clients are Oregano’s Pizza Bistro, the whimsical Chicago-style Italian eatery, Arizona Federal Credit Union, with 12 locations throughout the valley, and Shea Homes’ new upscale residential community, AZURE.
IN order to keep up with the flood of new business, the 13-year-old agency has added seven professionals to their staff, including designers, writers and multiple account executives. This brings the total number of employees at the agency to 30.
“We are gratified by the tremendous response to our agency,” said Joe Pizzimenti, the agency’s founder. “Bigfish is well-known for its creative approach and more businesses are recognizing how creativity brings their strategy to life for their customers.”
About Bigfish Creative Group
Bigfish is a full-service marketing communications agency founded in Scottsdale, Arizona in 2006. Though they provide a wide range of marketing and advertising services, their core competency is in creating brand platforms that allow their clients to distinguish themselves and succeed in the marketplace. Clients such as Oregano’s, Valleywise, Arizona Federal Credit Union, American Outdoor Brands, BASIS, Cisco and Inspirada have trusted Bigfish to grow their presence as well as their market share. Learn more at www.thinkbigfish.com