We’re part of something really big. Eastport Holdings. A half-billion dollar family of companies, each with its own expertise and focus, from retail to experiential to multicultural marketing. From PR and media to all things digital. We work with some of the world’s biggest brands. Best of all, we work as one. We’re scalable, we’re seamless and the results are beautiful.
We’ve created results across a lot of space.
We build strong brands for providers, payors and technology makers. We’ve opened more than 20 medical centers. We’ve built marketshare for orthopedics, women’s centers, cancer centers, heart hospitals, urgent care, physician groups and more.
We’ve proved that it’s possible to move an insurance brand from being a commodity that competes only on price, to a premium brand that connects with the things that consumers and businesses want.
QSR / Casual Dining
Subway, Atlanta Bread Company, Tropical Smoothie, these are some of the brands we’ve helped grow. We focus on metrics that matter like average check, CPC and same store sales. We understand what it means to support the franchisee and how to support corporate goals.
Associations and Causes
Whether you’re raising awareness of an issue or raising funds we can help. Success stories include Association of Related Churches, Mitchell’s Place, Kids In Crisis, Vapor Ministries, and The United Way.
We know the challenges and opportunities facing he utility industry as well as the utilities themselves. Our team includes veterans of the space who’ve built careers around helping companies like PG&E, Connecticut Light & Power, Duke Energy and Dominion manage brand perception, build energy efficiency programs and change consumer behavior.
Technology by itself is not a sustainable advantage. Technology that demonstrates safety, quality, dependability, affordability, and its ability to make life better for those who use it is how you move from being a commodity to becoming a category leader. We’ve worked with Toshiba, GE, Intuit, and Atrion just to name a few.
The average customer changes banks once every 14 years. So how do you change that? How do you achieve organic growth within your existing customer base? Let’s talk.
Our team has sold groceries, cars, books and more. We’ve helped outlet centers become destination points and we’ve helped one of the nation’s largest big box retailers move from being a regional player to becoming a national player.