Glenn Polyn//January 21, 2021//
Glenn Polyn //January 21, 2021//
Press release: Matrix Partners
Matrix Partners, an award-winning pet product branding firm, has recently developed virtual trade show booths for numerous clients for industry shows, like SuperZoo/WPA365 and the Pijac National Pet Industry Show as well as virtual distributor events. These interactive booths help clients deliver exceptional brand messaging to maintain both their competitive edge and sales growth during these challenging times.
The Matrix creative team was also responsible for producing a number of embedded promotional videos and designing several virtual New Product Showcase displays to further enhance their clients’ presence and sales potential.
“Having successfully tackled these projects, our talented designers understand the challenges of virtual booth development,” commented Don Tomala, Matrix Partners Managing Partner. “So we’re exceptionally well prepared to efficiently proceed with our next web-enabled assignment. Given the recent announcement that Global will be virtual this year, many of our clients are interested in making sure they are well represented at this very important international show.”
In addition to designing virtual trade show booths, Matrix Partners recently added virtual focus groups to its portfolio of sevices.
“Helping meet the marketing needs of our clients is priority number one at Matrix Partners and these new services will definitely generate more sales and profits for our partners,” added Tomala.
Matrix Partners focuses exclusively on pet product marketing. Matrix has supported scores of brands ranging from food and treats, to litter, accessories, grooming, healthcare, training and more since 1987. The most important competitive advantage Matrix offers is the proven ability to influence pet parents to buy their clients’ brands. With their industry-exclusive services including brand strategy, design, PR, social, key influencer and shelter marketing, Matrix has successfully delivered tens of millions of brand impressions to pet parents.