Rizen Creative has an opening for a Graphic Designer. They’re looking for “an experienced graphic design/art director/all-around good human being – a real utility player who wants to play an integral part in crafting kick-butt work.”
Imagination Graphics (iMgX) is a full service ad agency / graphic design shop located in Coeur d’ Alene. They first opened in 2002, and have been steadily picking up clients and employees ever since.
A quick spin through their website suggests that iMgX is an eight-person shop that focuses primarily on graphic design and signage.
Thanks for the heads-ups Sean. Just remember though, now you guys are on the hook to send updates from time to time.
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Stoltz Marketing Group has added some new faces over the past few months, including:
Dave Jansik, who joined the agency in August as Public Relations Director. Prior to taking the position with Stoltz Marketing Group, Dave was with Micron Technology, and also spent several years with LookSmart and CNET in San Francisco.
Billy Mitchell started with Stoltz in September, as Director of Client Services. Before joining the agency, Billy was the Director of Marketing at ProTeam, and also worked with full service agencies in Portland.
Doug Gneiting is the latest addition at Stoltz, joining the shop in November as an Art Director. Doug is a recent graduate of BYU Idaho, and most recently worked for the in-house marketing group at Melaleuca in Idaho Falls.
Congratulations to all.
Wirestone in Boise has an opening for a Java / Software Solutions Architect. Candidates should have 10 years of experience, and “will be well-versed in all aspects of software development in a Java/J2EE and/or .NET environment, including architecture, configuration, development, testing and deployment.”
The college football season is officially over.
The snow keeps falling, causing headaches for commuters (if they’d just leave slow down and leave a little more room…)
Yes, that’s right, the IAF is actually getting the word out ahead of time that the entry window for the Rockies is open. Entries are being accepted now through February 15th, with a late fee assessed to those entries submitted after February 1st.
The Rockies Award Show is scheduled for April 12th at The Big Easy (or whatever the name happens to be by then) and will feature a Creative Invasion 80’s theme to the entire affair.
For questions about the Rockies Award Show, submissions, or anything else related to the event, contact Carolyn Weske.
Here’s an interesting little nugget I came across recently about the new Drake Cooper…
Jamie Cooper, formerly Chief Operating Officer is now Chief Executive Officer. Bill Drake remains President.
Also, the sign has been up on the new building for a couple of weeks now, but the new website, promised on January 1st, still hasn’t made a guest appearance.
…is no more. According to the Idaho Secretary of State’s office. Officially, the company was administratively dissolved because the annual report form was undeliverable.
The link has been removed from the list of Agencies in Idaho.
Just a not-so-subtle reminder as the year starts that you have to take care of all facets of your business, if you want to be successful.