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Apr 02, 2015

Curiosity Makes List of 55 Fastest-Growing Companies

The Cincinnati Business Courier announced Thursday, April 2 that Curiosity Advertising made the annual list of fastest-growing private companies in the Greater Cincinnati area. Curiosity is honored to be recognized by this great award program and congratulates all other finalists included in the roster! To see the list and learn more about the Fast 55... Read More

Feb 09, 2015

Curiosity Chief Development Officer’s Super Bowl Spot Reviews Featured in Business Courier

Every year the Business Courier asks Cincinnati’s top advertising executives to submit their picks for the Super Bowl’s best and worst TV spots. Partner and Chief Development Officer Greg Livingston’s reviews for Nissan’s “With Dad” and Nationwide’s “Make Safe Happen” were both featured. Click here to check out the reviews (see slides 5 and 6).... Read More

Jan 26, 2015

Business Courier Announces Super Bowl Premiere of Cincinnati Bell’s New Campaign for Gigalife

Congratulations, Cincinnati Bell! The Business Courier announced the launch of Bell’s new campaign for Gigalife, which will premiere February 1st during the 2015 Super Bowl. To read the article, click the following link: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2015/01/26/get-an-exclusive-first-look-at-cincinnati-bell-s.html?utm_campaign=Feed%3A+bizj_cincinnati+%28Business+Courier+of+Cincinnati%29&utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedburner... Read More

Nov 21, 2014

Curiosity’s Adweek Portrait

Portrait Curiosity Advertising The 3-year-old Cincinnati shop doesn’t shy away from traditional work, even as it expands its digital disciplines. Specs Who Matt Fischer (l.), president and chief creative officer; Greg Livingston, partner and chief development officer What Full-service agency Where Cincinnati While agency startups typically showcase one or two digital specialties at their launch,... Read More

Oct 31, 2014

Cincinnati Business Talk Radio Show Interviews Curiosity CEO Matt Fischer

Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. Interviewer Mike Roth talks to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services. In his interview, Matt shares his perspectives and insights on current issues in branding, advertising, marketing and websites. To listen to the interview, click the link below: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cincy-business-talk/2014/10/24/cincinnati-business-talk-212-matt-fischer-ceo-of-curiosity-advertising... Read More

Sep 19, 2014

Curiosity Featured in The Business Courier

Some great publicity around a recent Kickstarter initiative we conducted for one of our clients, country music star Jo Dee Messina: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/blog/2013/09/giving-consumers-control-boosted-these.html... Read More

Aug 28, 2014

Curiosity Wins the 2014 UC & Goering Center Small Private Business Award

Aw shucks, guys…we won the 15th Annual Family and Private Business Award in the 0-15-year-old category. We’d like to thank our clients for giving us the opportunity to create the amazing work that made this possible. For more background on the award, click here: http://business.uc.edu/centers/goering/family-business-awards.html... Read More

Aug 27, 2014

Jo Dee Messina Taps Curiosity to Build Her Brand

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jo Dee Messina Taps Consumer Packaged Goods Agency Curiosity Advertising to Build Brand and “My Time. Our Music.” Campaign Jo Dee Messina Reaches Out to Curiosity to Promote Herself and Her Music CINCINNATI, OH, August 19, 2013— Jo Dee Messina, multi-platinum country singer/songwriter with nine #1 hits to her credit, left her... Read More

Jul 16, 2014

Jo Dee Messina Case Study

Initiative Branding, Kickstarter campaign Challenge Jo Dee Messina, multi-platinum, award-winning country singer/songwriter, broke away from her record label of 17 years in search of innovation. While grateful for the support of her previous record... Read More

Jul 10, 2014

Cincinnati Bell Fioptics Case Study

Background In 2008 Cincinnati Bell launched cutting-edge Fioptics service that included TV, Internet and home phone. As a result of the expensive build-out costs, they were only able to sell their services to select pockets of the greater Cincinnati... Read More

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