DeSantis Breindel a BtoB “Top Agency” in 2011

B2B branding and marketing firm DeSantis Breindel was named to BtoB Magazine’s Top Agencies of 2011 list. The annual list features a select group of leading B2B agencies nationally, determined by revenue growth, new client wins and other performance drivers.

DeSantis Breindel experienced significant growth in clients and revenue as the economy recovered during 2010. The agency provides integrated branding solutions to a roster of financial services, technology, professional services and life science companies, as well as foundations and associations. Major new client wins included Epoch Investment Partners, the Royal Bank of Scotland, the Regional Bond Dealers Association (now Bond Dealers of America), and OMG Center for Collaborative Learning, as well as expanded assignments from many existing clients. To accommodate the firm’s growth, DeSantis Breindel moved to new, larger offices in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, an area known for its concentration of creative-focused firms.  The firm also hired five new employees across multiple functions.

“This year has been a significant milestone for the firm,” said Howard Breindel, Partner and Co-Founder of DeSantis Breindel. “Our growth has been achieved through a consistent commitment to building client relationships and producing smart, innovative branding and marketing work. This recognition from BtoB Magazine validates this commitment and strategy.”

DeSantis Breindel specializes in helping companies evolve, innovate and communicate with the audiences most critical to their success: customers, prospects, employees and investors. “Many of our clients are competing in industries undergoing transformation, so a big focus has been on improving the way they communicate brand messaging to their key audiences,” said Dru DeSantis, Partner and Co-Founder of DeSantis Breindel. “Winning a spot on the BtoB Top Agency list confirms the value of the branding and marketing services we provide to clients at these moments of transformational change.”