For anyone looking to freshen up their business image, Soul Creative brings a unique skill set to branding your company. Owner Aimee McGrath has an excellent eye for seeing an organization’s passion and showcasing it to your clients. She does this through the services of brand development, website development, digital marketing, writing & editing.
Aimee enjoys working in Lancaster because it is an area rich in storytelling heritage. Relationships are meaningful and important in our growing city. These stories and relationships are what Soul Creative brings to the forefront of their brands. Having consistency throughout all areas of your business brand are also critical and something that Aimee prides her organization on providing.
Her first client, and one that she is incredibly proud of is Your Language Connection. This client is an excellent example of how Aimee can work to incorporate logo design and website development to most authentically portray your business to your desired audience.
Aimee has been in the business marketing world for 20 years. She brings a depth of experience and a fresh new look to clients’ written content and branding style. Soul Creative works throughout all stages of the business branding cycle including editing website content and social media posts. Aimee enjoys staying current in the industry by attending conferences such as PubCon. You can find a sample of her writings on her website at The Writing.
Aimee and Soul Creative can be found at the Candy Factory or by phone at 864-321-4314. Her website shares testimonials from happy clients. She can also be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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