The San Antonio Medical Foundation today launched a first-ever website dedicated to cataloguing bioscience research projects in San Antonio as a means both to increase collaborative efforts among local research institutions and their national and international peers, as well as provide a new tool for the city’s economic development efforts.
The Texas Comptroller has certified that Texas Creative meets the Statewide HUB (Historically Underutilized Business) Program eligibility criteria in Texas. The company is also a Small Business Enterprise for Federal, State and Local government contracting.
Today the San Antonio Business Journal announced that Texas Creative is the Largest Graphic Design company in San Antonio. The honor of the number one spot on “The List” is the third-in-a-row for Texas Creative.
“San Antonio has such a dynamic and vibrant graphic design community. This is such an important recognition for our design team as this is the DNA of our company,” said Jamie Allen, Chief Operating Officer.
The San Antonio Marketing community gathered for an outstanding night at The DoSeum for the annual 2016 American Marketing Association Marketing Excellence Awards. The MEAs ceremony is a showcase committed to the recognition and celebration of the finest marketing achievements within the industry. At the AMA San Antonio event, Texas Creative received three MEAs as well as the prestigious Campaign of the Year for helping build great brands and bringing creativity and originality to organizations such as Jefferson Bank, Papa John’s Pizza and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
The San Antonio Advertising community united for a remarkable evening at the McNay Art Museum for the annual 2016 American Advertising Federation ADDY Awards. The ADDYs recognize and celebrate creativity, innovation and those pushing the bounds of creative excellence in all forms of emerging media. Texas Creative was honored to take home five ADDYs at the AAF San Antonio event for work produced on behalf of San Antonio Zoo, Palmilla Beach and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.