Intrinzic welcomes Courtney Morgan

She will develop design executions for several agency clients, drawing inspiration from her professional background and passion for design excellence.

Intrinzic In The Community

Over the last nine years, Intrinzic has supported the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati in various ways – from in-person experiences, like hosting their annual holiday party, to pro bono support, like developing an ongoing marketing strategy and collateral materials.

Intrinzic Welcomes Michelle Barany

Michelle Barany joins Intrinzic in Newport as an Account Manager. She will be responsible for nurturing client relationships and the day-to-day account activities. Prior to Intrinzic, Barany worked at Incite as a project manager where she specialized in national and international qualitative market research projects. Prior to that, she organized meetings for The Living Room event facility and created its social media content. Her experience includes market research, social media, email marketing and website development and maintenance.

Intrinzic Client Work Shines

At Intrinzic we value our clients, our work and our teams. Most of the time we keep to the background and eat our humble pie. But occasionally, we like to let our work shine. Intrinzic participated in the Cincinnati Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Blacksmith Awards competition, nominating some of the great work we do in partnership with our clients. We were thrilled to come away winners in several key areas. Our Content Strategist, Rob Pasquinucci received the highest honor the Cincinnati PRSA Chapter can bestow upon a member – the Werner-VonderHaar-Bogart Award. Rob was recognized for his storied 20-year public relations career and his dedication to the community and the profession.

5 Content Marketing Predictions for 2016

I always love this time of year. The weather is typically great; the scenery is gorgeous; and there are so many fun things to do in the area with my family. It’s also the perfect time to start looking forward to 2016, and put pencil to paper for the campaigns and ideas rolling around for the last few months. For me, that centers mostly around content marketing. 2016 will be an interesting year for content. Right now, it’s a buzzword. Something people still don’t completely understand or implement correctly to achieve its fullest potential. But in 2016, I think that’s going to start to change.

Intrinzic Helps Launch Portrait of a Soul

When Cincinnati philanthropist Lee Schaefer approached us with his impassioned, heartfelt initiative to help children suffering with craniofacial conditions, he was so convincing, so committed – and so impossible to resist. Intrinzic worked with him to create the website to showcase how the organization helps heal emotional wounds by commissioning world-class portrait artists—typically reserved for only the wealthy and famous—to create stunning works of art that reflect the great worth, beauty and inner vision of these brave children. We also created and launched an e-newsletter for the organization to stay in touch with its recipients, artists and donors.

Channeling Influence into Action: The Tocqueville Society

The Greater Cincinnati region is fortunate to have so many individuals and businesses who make a commitment to our community. And while many of us are familiar with the great work of the United Way, fewer are familiar with one of its member-driven organizations, The Tocqueville Society. The Tocqueville Society is an alliance of successful, community-minded leaders who not only make substantial financial investments in the United Way, but also commit to helping the organization achieve its goals. The Greater Cincinnati chapter is one of the largest in the country, with more than 900 local members. Intrinzic and our founder, Wendy Vonderhaar, have been involved with the Tocqueville Society for several years. As chair of the marketing committee, Wendy and the Intrinzic team led the Tocqueville Society through a successful branding initiative, including the development of a vision statement – Channeling Influence into Action. The statement represents the passion of the society’s members who are driven to do more than simply “write a check;” they harness their influence and leadership status to have a broader impact on our community.

Intrinzic welcomes five new hires, fall interns, as growth continues

Intrinzic is proud to announce five new hires and two students from area universities to join us as interns for the fall. Each of our new Zs will be an important asset as we continue to expand our capabilities after our recent rebrand following our merger with Copperfox Marketing. We are looking forward to the fresh insight, creativity and impact they will have on Intrinzic.

Time for a change? Five signs your brand could use a refresh

As the kids head back to school and you check their closets to see what they need for the new year, it’s pretty easy to see what clothes they’ve worn out or outgrown that need to be replaced before classes begin. It’s a little different with our brands, which might not show the holes and scuffs of a worn out school uniform. But there are some telltale signs – here are some examples: