Fort Myers, Fla. – April 12, 2016 – Fort Myers-based marketing communications firm Pushing the Envelope, Inc. (PTE) is excited to introduce a new division, “Compass.” Services include public relations, social media, email marketing services and more and are offered in the form of scalable kits. Compass was created to fill a void in the market for organizations with specific needs and limited budgets.
The name “Compass” originated from a faith-based epiphany PTE Founder and President Samantha Scott, APR experienced. Business requires taking risks and faith, in addition to expertise. As Scott explains, entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders generally have all of the above, but sometimes falter in getting the word out. That’s where Compass comes into play.
“Compass was created as a marketing communication Sherpa – dedicated to guiding businesses on their journey to success,” says Scott. “One of the best parts about Compass is its affordable a la carte model. Our team has a heart for small businesses, startups and nonprofits, and we know that budgets are tight, so we’ve designed kits to meet the needs and budgets of those who would otherwise not be able to hire an individual to fill a marketing role.”
Compass makes marketing communication easy so clients can focus on their business and enjoy growth, success, and less stress with as little, or as much, help as they want or need. Basic, intermediate, and advanced levels are available in each of the five kits – public relations, social media, blog, email and web. Structured for small or startup businesses and nonprofit organizations, it’s also applicable for medium-sized businesses that may need to augment their marketing capabilities.
With a diverse set of clientele – both in industries and scale (from Harley-Davidson® and West Marine to local nonprofits, restaurants and tech companies) – PTE has proven success in building brand awareness and increasing leads. Compass packages those strategies for scalable solutions.