About Bernard & Company

 

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Since 1976, Bernard & Company has remained a full-service industrial ad agency because it’s exactly what our clients need to help them succeed.

You have competition on price, service, delivery and technology. This means your company must expend every effort developing new markets, new products and new applications, while maintaining your corporate lifeblood, the current customer base.

Bernard & Company can enter your marketing picture with three strengths you won’t find in many other agencies…

• A short learning curve to make us productive from the outset. After 25 years in business, there isn’t an industrial company whose product, equipment or even software type we haven’t encountered or handled as a client.

• A full service menu of creative and market-keyed strategies to accomplish your objectives. Print ads, literature, direct mail, social media, PR, sales presentation materials, trade show assistance, even lead management to close the loop on the sale with you…all from one source who’s NOT on your payroll. We’ll help you do your job better and more effectively.

• Personal service from a team of professional, full-time, experienced ad agency people who understand what it takes to get and keep good clients.

WHAT WE DO FOR CLIENTS WORKS AND WE CAN PROVE IT.

For starters, over half our current clients are the #1 or #2 company in their product, equipment or machinery category. By no coincidence, these clients average 17 years with Bernard & Company.

As baseball great, Dizzy Dean, opined, “If you can do what you say, it ain’t braggin’.”

WE CAN.

Check us out at www.bernardandcompany.comemail Tim Daro for more information or connect with us in all these places:

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